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25 November marks the beginning of 16 days of activism against women and child abuse, a 16-day campaign that creates awareness around the violence that women and children face.
When you think about gender-based violence, you might immediately think about men being violent against women. This wouldn't be wrong chomas. Mainly b...
The threat of violence can increase women and girls' vulnerability to HIV by making it difficult to set the terms of an equal relationship. Here's more information.
The negative effects of gender abuse can be so strong that they can trigger mental illnesses. Here are the mental effects of gender abuse and ways to get help.
Abuse affects everyone, no matter your age, gender, background or race. The only way to break the cycle of abuse is to speak out and get help. Sounds easy, right? Not always, Choma.
Ending GBV is one of the many solutions we need to reduce HIV infections among young women. Here’s a guide to what you can do to break the cycle
Here are a few ways to help start the conversation about gender equality with the males in your life.
Any form of abuse is a traumatic experience that can happen to anybody regardless of their age, race or background. Here are 5 Queens who are speaking out against abuse:
The 16 Days of Activism campaign aims to create awareness around, challenge and reduce violence against women and children. Read more here:
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