FIGHTING GBV IN EZULWINI


Date: May 13, 2014
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Fighting Gender-Based Violence in Ezulwini is a practice that has been on going and this time more emphasis has been put in helping men to stop GBV. A series of Activities has been done to try to contribute to halving of Gender based violence by 2015. This practice gives out information on GBV to people of all ages in Ezulwini. The information ranges from what is GBV, the causes of GBV and what impacts has GBV caused in the society. Gender based violence is addressed in relation to HIV/AIDS. Swaziland has a high prevalence rate of HIV in Southern Africa at 26% (DHS 2006/7) and GBV contributes to these high rates. It is a fact that cannot be avoided that GBV has exacerbated the HIV situation in Swaziland as we refer to the inferiority complex of women in Swaziland. This is a good practice in that people are equipped with knowledge on GBV and they are also given the opportunity to discuss what the causes and effects of GBV.


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