Our Partners

Love Land is continuously supported by our partners.


Academic Partner

Randomised Controlled Trial of Love Land App

The Department of Psychology of the UCT is  one of the leading research departments in South Africa. Their staff members have considerable expertise in a number of areas, and have contributed important original research to national and international journals.

A dedicated research team of the University of Cape Town, under the leadership of Professor Dr. Catherine Ward, is currently developing a cluster randomised control trial on the effectiveness of the Love Land app in promoting sexual and reproductive health knowledge and behaviour change among young people aged 10-19 years.     


Pro Bono Supporter

Establishment of SROI and CEM

Costello Medical provides scientific support to the healthcare industry in the analysis, interpretation and communication of clinical and health economic data. They are proud to deliver projects free-of-charge on a pro bono basis, which allows them to give back by sharing their expertise with charities and non-profits.

Over the last year, Costello Medical have been working with Taboobreaker Association to evaluate the socio-economic impact and cost-effectiveness of the game-based Love Land intervention in South Africa. In 2022, the Costello Medical team presented plans for the development of social return-on-investment (SROI) and cost-effectiveness models (CEM) at a University of Cape Town symposium during Digital Health Week. Costello Medical have now completed both models together with the Taboobreaker Association. 

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Testing Partner

Testing of Love Land App and Game Design Advice

The Game Design Department of the ZHdK focuses on the culture, research and design of interactive games. 

Students of ZHdK under the lead of Prof. Ulrich Götz are testing the Love Land app and advising us regarding game mechanics, content and storyline.


Cooperation Partner

Joint workshops in the field of sexual and reproductive health education

The Justice Desk is a Human Rights non-profit organisation that is active in South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The Taboobreaker Association and The Justice Desk have built up a cooperation to foster sexual and reproductive health education with Love Land for the young people of the justice desk. 


Official Partner

Promotion and International Networking

Transform Health is coalition of organisations that advocate for the equitable digital transformation of health systems. So far the Taboobreaker Association has participated twice at the Digital Health Week, launched by Transform Health and is an official partner of Transform Health.

Help us to make a difference

If you feel like your organisation has valuable resources or insight to contribute to Love Lands mission to make digital sexual and reproductive education globally accessible, get in touch with and become a partner or donor.

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