Publications

Read Our 2021 Annual Report

 

We are pleased to present our latest Annual Report.

The report reflects on the context in which the work took place and our key program areas and highlights for the year.

 “The milestones of 2021 demonstrate SCAT’s contribution to building vibrant and sustainable rural communities with empowered individuals, able to claim their rights and improve their livelihoods. Our work in this period has contributed to broader civil society efforts to tackle the unprecedented impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and other socio-economic challenges.”  Nkosikhulule Xhawulengweni Nyembezi , SCAT Chairperson

The full report can be read here:  http://www.scat.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/SCAT-Annual-Report-2022_29-July-2022_Web.pdf

Gender-Based Violence Research Reports

 

SCAT completed two GBV research studies in the past two years. On 20 October 2021 we launch the most recent research report by Dr. Melanie Judge, “Finish this Elephant: Rural Community Organisations’ Strategic Approaches to Addressing Gender-Based Violence”. Click the image on the left to read the report summary.

The full report can be read here: http://www.scat.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/SCAT-GBV-Report_19-OCT-2021_e-version.pdf

The previous report by The Centre for Law & Society can be accessed here: 

http://www.scat.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/SCAT-GBV_21-March-2020.pdf

Read our 2020 Annual Report Here

Read our 2019 Annual Report Here

Rural voice III

 

 

Rural Voice III is our latest publication which shares how SCAT and its rural partners responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. It is a collection of 15 stories from our rural partners and is available to read here. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rural Voice III cover page

Rural voice II

Rural Voice II was published in November 2019 to coincide with our 35th Anniversary. It is a collection of stories of transformation from SCAT’s grantees in celebration of our 35th Anniversary.

Mt Fletcher community

“What a joy to read – 35 years of SCAT’s existence symbolically expressed in clear and proud voices who tell stories of their lives and work on behalf of their rural communities. ” Mpho Ndebele, First Director of SCAT and former Trustee

Video Stories

Here are links to our YouTube channel to some of our recent video stories.