Individual innovation

Date: June 30, 2010
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This category called for submissions from individuals who have shown particular innovation and dedication to ending GBV at the local level.

10 entries from 7 countries were received for this category, some of the initiatives included establishing traditional dance groups and empowerment clubs, training courses, ‘I” stories, rehabilitation and reintegration programmes, working with resident development committees, and spearheading policy development initiatives.

To view the presentations click on the links in the table below.






GBV education-Xhosa traditional dance, Patience Tsoho, Lesotho Personal commitment in the fight against GBV, Satyam Chummun, Mauritius Accountancy, Costing and Budget in Creole, Saskia Naidoo, Mauritius
“IÀ Stories: Namibian girls come out of the box on gender based violence: Speak out À“ set me free, Bertha Amakali, Namibia Young sex workers’ rehabilitation and reintegration programme, Trudy Xhala Mavimbela, South Africa

Girls empowerment club (GEC), Doreen Ngwenya, Swaziland

Working with Resident Development Committees (RDCs) to enhance the fight against GBV, Tasila Hara, Zambia

Initiating the law of succession in western province, Mary Chipango Chainda, Zambia Spearheading a gender policy for the City of Harare, Pumulani Musagwiza, Zimbabwe
Foyem, Waste management initiative, Wendy Chiriri, Zimbabwe




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