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Namibia MAP policies

Namibia MAP policies

The MAP policy roll out process in Namibia has been very slow. However, there was some acceleration in 2008. MAP started with a target of 17 media houses but this number has since gone down to 13.

Malawi MAP Policies

Malawi MAP Policies

Since the launch of the HIV and AIDS and Gender Baseline Study in 2006, the MAP policy roll out process has enjoyed steady progress in Malawi. Together with Mozambique, Zambia and Tanzania, Malawi had a high number of media houses targeted for MAP of 27.

Madagascar MAP Policies

Madagascar was one of the countries targeted as part of the Francophone expansion of MAP. Progress in the roll out process in this country has been steady but intermittant for the targeted 17 media houses.

Lesotho MAP Policies

Lesotho MAP Policies

Progress in the implementation of the MAP process in Lesotho was swift. The roll out process started with a target of 17 media houses but ended with 13 that have since drafted and launched their polices.

Democratic Republic of the Congo MAP Policies

Democratic Republic of the Congo MAP Policies

As part of the objective to expand MAP into Francophone countries, in July 2007 Gender Links went on an exploratory visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to determine the feasibility of the project in that country.

Botswana Map Policies

Botswana Map Policies

The Media Action Plan (MAP) on HIV and AIDS and Gender initially started with a target of 11 media houses in Botswana. These were; Mmegi/The Reporter, Daily News, Botswana Press Agency; Radio Botswana, The Botswana Guardian and Midweek Sun, The Voice, The Botswana Gazette, Gabz FM, Yarona FM, Sunday Standard and The Mirror.

Matlou is one tough cookie Banyana star – Sowetan

Matlou is one tough cookie Banyana star – Sowetan
December 16, 2009 Themes: Sports Programs: Gender Aware | News | Portrayal | Virtual Resource Centre VRC | VRC Clippings

MISA Draft Policy and Action Plan

Draft gender and policy action plan for the region’s main advocacy and lobbying network on issues of media freedom.

Gender and The Times of Zambia

This report summarises the Zambian workshop on Covering Gender Violence convened by Gender Links and ZAMCOM from 5-9 November 2001.

December 11, 2009 Themes: Gender violence Programs: Gender & Media | Gender Policies | Policy and action plans

Where is South Africa zooming to? Wake up and smell the coffee from around Africa!

As a woman and South African with roots in many parts of the continent, the events of the last few weeks have filled me with a terrible sense of déjÁ  vu. I was born in Zimbabwe of South African parents who became involved in the Zimbabwean liberation struggle from the coalface of the Mozambican border. My husband is from Ghana. As a journalist for nearly two decades, I reported from several countries across Africa.