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2007

SSCN was founded by Nike Inc. to create a movement around sport for change. It consisted of regional co-ordination with Hubs in Southern Africa, Brazil and Argentina. In Southern Africa, the SSCN was foudned by member organisations in 7 countries with 42 affili- ate members.

2009

Nike South Africa and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammernarbeit (GIZ) GmbH through its Youth Development through Football project signed a public- private partnership, to enhave the role of SSCN during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

2012

SSCN becomes a legal entity registered with CIPRO, transitioning from a convener to a fully fledged, autonomous organisation with a board of directors and secretariat.

2017

SSCN offers its members the opportunity to come together, exchange knowledge and advocate with one voice. Its role is to enhance the growth, quality and sustainability of sport for social change programs. 79 members are affiliated to SSCN
The Sport for Social Change Network (SSCN) Southern Africa is a vibrant sustainable Network consisting of civil society, private sector, academia and government organizations active in the field of Sport for Development and Peace. At the heart of the SSCN is a core group of well-established members of over 80 NGO’s that are using the vehicle of “Sport and Recreation” as tools for social change. The SSCN is a registered Non – Profit Company. The SSCN is an umbrella body gathering several NGOs in Southern Africa to support social change and transformation through the vehicle of sport. The Networks primary objective is to act as an accelerator and liaison between different stakeholders and role players in the sport and development sectors contributing to positive human and community development. Part of the Mandate A strategic partner to the National Department for Sport and Recreation as being the Network of NGO’s as outlined in the National Sport and Recreation plan. Our Vision To be a strategic partner spearheading the delivery of social impact through sport, active recreation and physical activity. OUR SECRETARIAT
Allan Williams Network Director Working for SSCN since 2007
Hendrick Modise Programme Manager Working for SSCN since 2015
Maureen Chauke Programme Administrator Working for SSCN since 2015
Kleinie Swart Finance Manager Working for SSCN since 2013
Lebo Makgopa Programme coordinator and recreation specialist Working for SSCN since 2017
STAY INFORMED Social media Events Blogs News letter
BECOME A PARTNER Volunteer Donate
CONTACT US Contact us        About us © 2018 SSCN          All rights reserved
WHO WE ARE

2007

SSCN was founded by Nike Inc. to create a movement around sport for change. It consisted of regional co-ordination with Hubs in Southern Africa, Brazil and Argentina. In Southern Africa, the SSCN was foudned by member organisations in 7 countries with 42 affili- ate members.

2009

Nike South Africa and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammernarbeit (GIZ) GmbH through its Youth Development through Football project signed a public- private partnership, to enhave the role of SSCN during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The Sport for Social Change Network (SSCN) Southern Africa is a vibrant sustainable Network consisting of civil society, private sector, academia and government organizations active in the field of Sport for Development and Peace. At the heart of the SSCN is a core group of well-established members of over 80 NGO’s that are using the vehicle of “Sport and Recreation” as tools for social change. The SSCN is a registered Non – Profit Company. The SSCN is an umbrella body gathering several NGOs in Southern Africa to support social change and transformation through the vehicle of sport. The Networks primary objective is to act as an accelerator and liaison between different stakeholders and role players in the sport and development sectors contributing to positive human and community development. Part of the Mandate A strategic partner to the National Department for Sport and Recreation as being the Network of NGO’s as outlined in the National Sport and Recreation plan. Our Vision To be a strategic partner spearheading the delivery of social impact through sport, active recreation and physical activity. OUR SECRETARIAT
Allan Williams Network Director Working for SSCN since 2007
Hendrick Modise Programme Manager Working for SSCN since 2015
Maureen Chauke Programme Administrator Working for SSCN since 2015
Kleinie Swart Finance Manager Working for SSCN since 2013
Lebo Makgopa Programme coordinator and recreation specialist Working for SSCN since 2017

2012

SSCN becomes a legal entity registered with CIPRO, transitioning from a convener to a fully fledged, autonomous organisation with a board of directors and secretariat.

2017

SSCN offers its members the opportunity to come together, exchange knowledge and advocate with one voice. Its role is to enhance the growth, quality and sustainability of sport for social change programs. 79 members are affiliated to SSCN