Date: June 30, 2010
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This category called for submissions from councils and organisations demonstrating how they support those who have experienced GBV.

25 entries from 8 countries were received and they focused on economic empowerment initiatives, support groups, victim support and counselling, shelters and protection projects.

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







Mabote Women Empowernment Network, Maseru, Lesotho Support to vulnerable children: God’s Love Centre, Maseru City Council, Lesotho Support of orphans and vulnerable groups, Phomolong Support Group, Lesotho Counselling of vulnerable groups, Tse’Pong Counselling Centre, Lesotho

Women economic empowerment project, Basali Ntlafatsong Association, Quthing, Lesotho

Promoting gender equality in private relationships, Commune Rurale Anjinjaomby, Madagascar Agir ensemble pour lutter contre toutes formes de violence Á  l’égard des femmes et des enfants, Commune Rurale Mahavelona Foulpointe, Madagascar Assisting a woman and daughter in need, Commune Rurale Antanamitarana, Madagascar
Setting up a halfway home, ANPPCAN, Mauritius Shelter and assistance to survivors of GBV, SOS Femmes, Mauritus Support to victims of crime, Victim Support Mauritius, Curepipe, Mauritius Shelter for Women & Children in Distress Trust Fund, Mauritius
Empowerment initiatives for women in Outjo, Outjo-Kunene Region, Namibia Saartjie Baartmen Centre Eerste Begin, Cape Winelands District Municipality, South Africa 7 Steps To Victory, Wellington, South Africa

Micro Enterprise Development Programme, World Vision International, Swaziland

Sukuma Nhlangano Ulwe ne HIV/AIDS, Community HBC, AMICAALL, Swaziland Elusitweni Help Centre, Swaziland Law enforcement and counselling, Victim Support Unit, Zambia Police, Zambia

Sensitisation of GBV in schools, Kalabo District Council, Zambia

Supporting victims of corrupt land repossessions, Chiredzi Town Council, Zimbabwe


Irene Hiwa Nhloko Children’s Home, Zibagwe Rural District Council, Zimbabwe

Support and care work, Gwanda Rural District Council, Zimbabwe








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