Harambee has partnered with the Solidarity Fund on their “Citizens in Solidarity” campaign. Aimed at achieving broad-based behaviour change across all sectors of society, the campaign encourages South Africans to unite and do their part to overcome the pandemic we’re facing.

Being a Citizen in Solidarity is easy. There are many ways to be one. Wash your hands to protect your neighbours, wear a mask to protect your friends, keep a safe distance to protect your family and just be kind. Watch the campaign message below:

 

For more information or to join the campaign and become a Citizen in Solidarity visit https://solidarityfund.co.za/citizens-in-solidarity/.

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