GLS Associate

Kevin Chiramba has worked with Gender Links (GL) since 2012 in coordinating Gender Based Violence (GBV) surveys in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Seychelles, South Africa, Lesotho, and Botswana. This work has seen him working with civil society organisations, donors, gender ministries, national statistical offices, the police, courts, and government health departments across the SADC, in drawing up gender mainstreaming programmes, GBV action plans, training as well as advocating for the collection, analysis and utilisation of GBV data. He conducts rapid GBV and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) assessments and mapping exercises aimed at strengthening the prevention of GBV in the SADC region. To promote GBV awareness, Kevin periodically writes opinion articles on GBV and SRHR for the GL news service including contributing to the GBV chapter of the annual SADC Gender Barometer. Kevin holds a Masters in Population Studies (Demography) and a BSc Psychology degree from the University of Zimbabwe.