Case Studies

Eswatini: Tryphinah Ngomane

Economic Empowerment and Gender Equality can bring change in Society. I work for the Salvation Army organization as a Female Peer Educator for GBV, Sexual Reproductive Health and HI6/AIDS. It is a faith based organization that works with the Fonteyn community and other donors. Their role is to help needy children in that constituency. We […]

December 11, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini: Linda Chissano

SRHR for young people, key populations and work place. Sexual and reproductive Health and rights(SRHR) HIV Knows No Borders project is done by the youth mentor and a group of volunteers (Change Agents). This project is monitored by the Youth mentors on a daily basis, and it runs through out the communities, schools and work […]

December 10, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini: Sncomiso Mavimbela

Save The Children Eswatini – SRH HIV Knows no boarders The project targets 3 groups, being Young people (Adolescence), Migrants (internal and externally) and sex workers. Sex workers are our first priority because in our area sex work is very high. Most Sex Workers were not getting health services because they were discriminated against because […]

December 9, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini: Thandeka Maziya

Eswatini: Council campaign for breast and cervical cancer screening. We aim to integrate cervical cancer screening and treatment services into HIV and sexual and reproductive health services. HIV platforms are ready-made entry points for low-cost cervical cancer services and wider health service coverage for young women and girls. An awareness event was held in October […]

December 9, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Ezulwini: Fezile Nsibande

Hlatikhulu SRHR Programme Gender Links had a workshop to educate us as Local Authority or Council on how to implement such good practices, all this took place in the end of 2018 then we as Hlatikhulu Town Board decided to implement it early 2019 and that was according to our work plans. Our main target […]

December 9, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini: Neliswa Dlamini

Mbabane Youth against HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence Mbabane in-school youth had spelling B competition, poem writing, and debate. All of the above activities were about HIV/AIDS and GBV. We chose in-school youth because they are the ones who experience the most and are most likely to be peer pressured when making decisions, which leads […]

December 9, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini: Zintombi Simelane

Community Mother Mentor works for SNAP a Non government organization. The programme started in 2018 by SNAP as people and youth of msunduza were dying because of lack of knowledge about HIV. The youth of Msunduza were  getting pregnant at a high rate too. Gender based violence was very high in our area. Women of […]

December 9, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini: Bongile Mbingo

Ezulwini Municipality Gender champion. The Mayor’s Walk- Menstrual Health Campaign. The Menstrual Health Campaign themed My Period, My Power, My Pride is an initiative that was started when Gender Links rolled out the Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights program in Johannesburg where there was an SRHR training. As a Gender Champion, I attended together with […]

December 8, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini: Thembie Matsenjwa

A Young Women’s Alliance advocating for empowerment of girls and young women through economic empowerment activities, advocacy and capacity building Eswatini Young Women’s Alliance (EYWA) is a Youth Organisation working on Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights – including Gender Based Violence, HIV and AIDS, and Youth Engagement. EYWA is a women’s empowerment and rights […]

December 8, 2020 Themes: Young Women Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini: Dr Selena Rathwell

Asinakekelane Organisation – ESwatini: Empowering all Genders to make a safe community Asinakekelane is siSwati name for “Let’s Care About Each other”. It is a community based organization at Waterford Kamhlaba with a membership from teachers, students, parents, and other community members. Through a number of different campaigns, such as candlelit vigils, performance evenings, and […]

December 8, 2020 Themes: Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Eswatini – Nothando Matsebula

AMICAALL Mbabane – Mbabane youth in action against HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence. Adolescents and youth in Mbabane are at risky sexual behaviours and reproductive health problems that can have long-lasting consequences into adulthood and into their subsequent generation, these age group is most vulnerable to unplanned pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS, peer pressure and […]

December 8, 2020 Themes: Gender based violence | Reproductive health Programs: Gender & Governance

Lesotho:Kahisano Kolobe

“Accessible Education, Development and leadership” The name of the project is WRAP it up, it is premised on the notion of wrapping things up or putting a finality to issues of unplanned pregnancy, poverty, vulnerability and sexual exploitation. This is also empowering teenagers and young mothers with skills and technical expertise to improve their competitive […]