Date: June 30, 2010
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This category called for entries from councils and organisations demonstrating how they respond to GBV eg. by advancing legal literacy, working with local police, etc. to ensure redress for victims.

18 entries were received from 6 countries for this category focusing on projects which work with men and churches in addressing GBV, social welfare and community development programmes, listening and legal counseling centres, prevention and training programmes and environmental initiatives.

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







Social welfare and community development, Sowa Town Council, Botswana Working with Churches to address GBV, Kgatleng District Council, Botswana Take back the night, BALA and Lobatse Town Council, Botswana


Organising civil marriage groups, Commune Manjakandriana, Analamanga, Madagascar

Cas d une femme battue par son mari par son mariririva,Conseil Communal d’Andoharanomaitso, Madagascar

Violence contre la femme, Commune urbaine Antananarivo, Madagascar


Création d’un Centre d’Écoute et de Conseil Juridique Á  Toamasina, Madagascar

Working together to respond to GBV, Rehoboth Town Council, Namibia


Waste management in squatter area, Likondjela Group Project, Gobabis, Namibia


Counselling and support, ADAPT, South Africa

Addressing GBV through faith, South African Faith and Family Institute, South Africa CD Magazine, Gauteng, South Africa

L’Abrie de Dieu Safe House, Stellenbosch, South Africa

Community Action Team, Partners in Sexual Health, Cape Town, South Africa

“A Safer Zambia”: Sexual and GBV Coordinated Response Programme, Care International, Zambia

Jambanja environmental sanitation initiative, Chitungwiza Municipality, Zimbabwe Fatherhood Peace Project, Zimbabwe





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