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Unchain Our Children is a non-profit organization that endeavors to assist in the combat against child prostitution, child abuse, and other violations on human rights.

We operate by means of direct intervention, recovery of missing and exploited children, counseling of individuals at risk and conducting initiatives to lower the current occurring incidences of abuse/exploitation.

CONTACT EMAILS

If you have information that would lead to providing assistance to help underage or unwilling victims being forced into prostitution or any other form of exploitation or abuse:

assist@unchainourchildren.org.za

Helping us with donations and general enquiries:

info@unchainourchildren.org.za

SUPPORT OUR CAUSE

Donations can be made to the following account (Registered Non-profit: 2016/296796/08):

Name of Entity: Unchain Our Children NPC
Bank: FNB
Account Number: 62633208568
Branch: Hatfield
Branch Code: 252-145

NATIONAL CRISIS LINE

We now have additional resources and team members assisting in the areas of Empangeni and Richards Bay.

We are grateful to all the individuals involved and the support of our followers and benefactors!

If you need our help, please don’t hesitate to contact us on this WhatsApp.

Our National Crisis Line Number is 067 323 7116

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THE SENTINEL

Dark Horse Protection Services has seconded a dedicated extraction team that strives on a daily basis to make a difference in the continuous struggle against Human Trafficking, Gender-based Violence, Drugs and Drug Abuse, Missing Persons and other Crimes against Humanity.

The GUARDIANS are a well trained and disciplined team who operate under the banner of Unchain Our Children as an extraction team and in a supporting protection roll for investigation officers in law enforcement when operational in the field.

Pretoria Donation Drop-Off Points

Waverley Plaza Car Wash

Total Hertzog Street

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We are official role players in the Counter Human Trafficking field

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RECENT SUCCESS STORIES

Unchain Our Children’s First Operative Meeting For 2023 Welcomed New Team Members

Unchain Our Children’s First Operative Meeting For 2023 Welcomed New Team Members

During the first Operatives meeting for 2023, Wayne van Onselen, Founder and Executive Director of Unchain Our Children welcomed new Team Members which will bring a wealth of knowledge, experience, and hands-on help to the table. Wayne also welcomed Nicky McDonald, Unchain Our Children’s social worker who already is working on more than thirty cases which will be securing the best interests of the children. New affiliations with like-minded and equally dedicated individuals and organizations ensure more children, women and families can be assisted more often. Having experienced professionals like Sister Babsie Kruger and her husband Morgan Kruger, an Advanced Medic and also Director and CEO of Shekinah Home Nursing teaming up with UOC, allows the victim and survivor ...
The Heart Of Stella Foundation’s Generous Donation Of Baby Necessities And Books

The Heart Of Stella Foundation’s Generous Donation Of Baby Necessities And Books

They Provide For The Huge Need Of Vulnerable Communities That Unchain Our Children Serves Callyn Bowler, Managing Director of The Heart of Stella Foundation, an NPO focussing on supporting other organisations in their endeavour to facilitate change and growth in the communities it serves, donated a trailer-load of baby necessities including clothes, blankies, toiletries, nappies that filled an entire storage area when it was received today by Wayne van Onselen, Founder and Executive Director of Unchain Our Children. A beautiful brand-new book collection was also among the huge donations. “Unchain Our Children immediately aligned to our value system, and we believe that by working with them we can achieve a mutual goal of affecting the lives of women and ...

South Africa: What Are Sexual Offence Crimes?

The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act 32 of 2007 (Sexual Offences Amendment Act or SOAA) protects any person who has experienced any of the following:

  • Rape occurs when a person forces another to have sexual intercourse without their consent. This is a crime and must be reported. The SOAA also makes it a crime for a person to force another person to rape someone. This is known as compelled rape.
  • Sexual assault occurs when a person sexually violates another person without their consent. This is a crime and must be reported. The SOAA also makes it a crime for a person to force another person to witness or perform sexual acts to someone. This is known as compelled sexual assault.
  • Sexual grooming occurs when a person educates, introduces or prepares a child or a person living with mentally disability to perform or witness any sexual act or became sexually ready. Children are usually unaware that the person is grooming them for sexual acts because this person is often nice to the child. In most instances, after realizing the motive of the person, the child is scared to report this because the incident could have been taking place over a long period of time. This is a crime and must be reported.
  • Incest occurs when people who are related and are not allowed to marry each other engage in a sexual act with each other. This is illegal even if they both agreed to do so.
  • Child pornography occurs when a child is used for the purpose of publishing pornographic material.
  • Child prostitution occurs when a person uses a child or any person living with mental disabilities in sexual acts for a reward or expose them to pornography.

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