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SECOND ANNUAL SOUTHERN AFRICA LOCAL

GOVERNMENT AND GENDER JUSTICE


SUMMIT AND AWARDS
28 – 30 MARCH 2011
KOPANONG HOTEL, JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH
LEADERSHIP

AFRICA
“365 DAYS OF LOCAL ACTION TO END GENDER
VIOLENCE: HALVE GENDER VIOLENCE BY 2015”

COMUNICATING GENDER BASED


VIOLENCE
HOW HAS THE LEADER INFLUENCED THE
LEVEL OF BUY IN AND INVOLVEMENT OF
MANAGEMENT?
• Organized community level GBV
partnership among sake holders i.e
LEADERSHIP

RDCS,NHC etc
• Drama shows
• Door to Door outreach
• Educating the community that GBV is
prohibited

COMUNICATING GENDER BASED


VIOLENCE
IS THE LEADER KNOWN WITHIN THE
INSTITUTION, COMMUNITY, ETC FOR
ADVOCATING FOR ISSUES OF GENDER AND
GBV?
• Stakeholders e.g happy children centre
through activities
LEADERSHIP

• Is involved in counseling of couples and


young people.

COMUNICATING GENDER BASED


VIOLENCE
WHAT TIMES DOES THE LEADER DEVOTE TO
THIS WORK? IS IT PAID OR VOLUNTARY?

• Monday to Friday in community


organizing community development in
LEADERSHIP

partnership with stakeholders.


• On Voluntary basis.

COMUNICATING GENDER BASED


VIOLENCE
HOW HAS THE LEADER HELPED TO
POPULARISE GENDER AND GBV ACTIVITIES
AND INITIATIVES IN THE WORKPLACE?


LEADERSHIP

• GBV focus discussions.


• GBV policy awareness at Work place .

COMUNICATING GENDER BASED


VIOLENCE
WHAT RESULTS HAVE BEEN ACHIEVED?
HOW IS THIS LINKED TO PERSONAL
CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE LEADER?
• Knowledge is power .People feel
empowered with information on GBV.
LEADERSHIP

• People are able to report GBV Cases.


• Planning together
• Discussing safe sex

COMUNICATING GENDER BASED


VIOLENCE
SHORT STORY OR ANECDOTE THAT
ILLUSTRATES THE PASSION OF THE LEADER

• ESTABLISHED A TWIN PANDEMIC


PROGRAMME OF HIV AND GBV IN THE
LEADERSHIP

WARD WHICH WAS WELL RECEIVED


BY THE COMMUNITY.
• HAS PASSION TO SERVE THE POOR
COMMUNITY OF OVER 7000 WHO ARE
VULNERABLE TO BOTH HIV AND GBV

COMUNICATING GENDR BASED


VIOLENCE
CONTACTS

• ARON DAKA
• +260979745881
• LUANSHYA
• ZAMBIA
LEADERSHIP

ANY QUESTIONS?

COMUNICATING GENDER BASED


VIOLENCE