Intervention

The HCRF was established with a clear focus on alleviating the consequences of the July protests in South Africa. To have the maximum impact on the lives of those affected by these riots, the HCRF aims to implement a rapid and coordinated response. The goal is to mobilise and coordinate the financial and in-kind contributions from individual donors, governmental and non-governmental organisations, as well as the international community. Disbursements from the HCRF are aimed at combatting the resulting food and medical crisis caused by the protest action. Together, we can rebuild, through our unity and solidarity.

Donation Summary

TOTAL PLEDGED

R672 Million

TOTAL RECEIVED

R597 Million

TOTAL DISBURSED

R495 Million

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Food Relief

Through the collaborative efforts of the HCRF, The Department of Social Development (DSD) and the Provincial House of Traditional Leaders (PHTL), various projects have begun with the aim of providing access to food to those who were affected by the protest action through the delivery of food parcels.

Medical Support

Medical infrastructure (such as collection points for chronic medication) also experienced the negative consequences of the protests, with many people unable to access medical services. The Fund will focus support on this critical area as a part of its overall health support to ensure people are once again able to access these services.

Business Recovery

With the unfortunate and subsequent damage to local businesses, the HCRF has committed itself to helping small and local businesses recover from the devastating consequences of the damage and loss of employment many people experienced after the protest action. Projects aimed at business recovery are currently under review by the HCRF.

Overview

Food Relief

DSD and PHTL Food Parcel Distribution Programme

ALLOCATED    R100 Million
DISBURSED    R100 Million

Business Recovery

NEF SF partnership for SMME support

ALLOCATED    R273 Million
DISBURSED    R265.9 Million

Afrika Tikkun / FNB SMME Support

ALLOCATED R64.8 Million
DISBURSED R64.5 Million

Civil Society and Cash Voucher Support

Civil Society Grants

ALLOCATED    R87.2 Million
DISBURSED    R86.9 Million

Cash Vouchers

ALLOCATED    R87.3 Million
DISBURSED    R85.5 Million

Impact

157 112

Food parcels delivered in affected areas of KZN and GP through the DSD and the PHTL

6 274

Approximate number of jobs saved through NEF and Afrika Tikkun business recovery initiatives

21 313

Employees received cash vouchers of R3000 to rebuild after July unrest

896

SMME’s receiving grants and loans to rebuild.

Reports

Food Relief Consolidated Impact Report

The Humanitarian Crisis Relief Fund (HCRF) was established with a clear focus on alleviating the consequences of the July 2021 protests in South Africa. To have the maximum impact on the lives of those affected by these riots, the HCRF aimed to implement a rapid and coordinated response. The goal was to mobilise and coordinate the fi nancial and in-kind contributions from individual donors, governmental and non-governmental organisations, and the international community. Disbursements from the HCRF aimed to combat the resulting food and medical crisis caused by the protest action.

Business Recovery Support – Afrika Tikkun Impact Report

The Humanitarian Crisis Relief Fund (HCRF) was established in response to the civil unrest in Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal (KZN) in July 2021. The HCRF, administered through the Solidarity Fund, is positioned to provide urgent assistance to people, projects, organizations, and programmes that provide relief to communities damaged by this unrest. The HCRF chose to address four key areas, namely Food Support, Medical Support, Business Recovery and NPO Support. This Afrika Tikkun/FNB partnership addressed the Business Recovery component, with a focus on small, micro and medium-sized entities (SMMEs) with a turnover of less than R3 million per annum.

Food Relief

DSD and PHTL Food Parcel Distribution Programme

ALLOCATED    R100 Million
DISBURSED    R100 Million

Civil Society and Cash Voucher Support

Civil Society Grants

ALLOCATED    R87.2 Million
DISBURSED    R86.9 Million

 

Business Recovery

NEF SF partnership for SMME support

ALLOCATED    R150 Million

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