Response – Best practices

Date: March 31, 2011
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Summary of good practise

‘Mapuleng Secheche, Lesotho

The Ministry of Gender has established a temporary shelter (Lapeng Care Centre) aimed at accommodating women and children survivors of gender violence who are in need of safety and care on a temporary basis. It also provides counselling services to people who have directly or indirectly been affected by abuse

‘Matumelo Maqokela, Lesotho
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Child and Gender Protection Unit (CGPU) within the Pitseng Police Station provides a user-friendly reporting environment and responds to and processes gender violence related complaints, promptly refers children in need of care and places of safety.

Bosao Monyamane, Lesotho
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An organisation that provides temporary shelter and psychological intervention to children and families affected by gender violence. It also provides a strong prevention programme that creates awareness to this problem

RAKOTONDRASOA François Victor, Madagascar
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A rape occurred in the locality where RAKOTONDRASOA Victor is living. Near their house, there was a dark and gloomy headway, the very road where that little girl was raped. In reaction with this sad circumstance, he pleaded the cause of this girl to the council and convinced the members of the councillors to help the girl and to lighten the road through street lamps.

Siphokazi Raisley Bona, South Africa
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Awareness programmes and also run a women’s centres for victims of GBV

Rosemary Sakala, Zambia
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Zambia police through the Victims Support Unit (VSU) addresses victimization of women, men and children. The victim support unit works with international conventions on the rights of the child and on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women.

Annah Murigwa, Zimbabwe
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Council embarking on a project to provide clean water

Clara Makwara, Zimbabwe
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Waste management campaigns

Nakai Godfrey Nengomasha, Zimbabwe
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Care work to be a burden for all men and women not only for women-educating men to be caregivers

Regis Manjoro, Zimbabwe
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Assisting orphans and vulnerable children through addressing GBV

Wendy Chiriri, Zimbabwe

Helping women who have been abused to take legal action

Dineo Segobai, Botswana
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Awareness campaigns of the Kgatleng District Council

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