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Turning the Tide on Gender Based Violence Summit Report: November 1st-3rd, 2011 Harare, Zimbabwe

The SAfAIDS Regional Summit, Turning the Tide on Gender Based Violence, HIV and Culture in Southern Africa, held from November 1st-3rd, 2011, in Harare, Zimbabwe, is the second such cross cultural learning conference to date1. This was a combined event which included the north-south annual conference, regional monitoring and experience sharing events.

Swazi Survivor Stories of Abuse: Interlinkages between women’s rights, abuse of women, HIV and culture

This booklet is part of SAfAIDS’ ‘Changing the Rivers Flow’ (CTRF) programme which Positive Women Together implemented in Mvembili, Dvokolwako, Velezizweni and Materdolorosa High School between 2009 and 2011. Through the ‘Changing the River’s Flow’ programme, implementing organisations challenge gender dynamics in a cultural context to address HIV. The programme also makes the interlinkages between culture, gender based violence and women’s rights and addresses these in order to make an impact on high HIV incidence in communities in the region....

Factsheet: The Role of Traditional Leadership Preventing Violence Against Women Towards Effective HIV Prevention In Southern Africa

 

Factsheet: The Role Of Traditional Leadership Preventing Violence Against Women Towards Effff ective HIV Prevention In Southern Africa

 

Turning the Tide on Gender Based Violence: Best Practices of Organisations Applying the ‘Changing the River’s Flow’ Model in Southern Africa, SAfAIDS, 2011

This book presents information on nine organisations working in five countries in the region. It highlights the work of these organisations in the hope that the information on processes, strategies and counter-strategies provided will encourage and support other organisations as they implement similar initiatives in other communities, with the ultimate aim of turning the tide of the HIV epidemic, achieving reductions in incidences of gender based violence, and consequently reductions in new HIV infections.

Best Practices on Challenging Gender Dynamics in Cultural Contexts SWANNEPHA and NATICC Implementing the ‘Changing the River’s Flow’ Programme’ in Swaziland

Best Practices on Challenging Gender Dynamics in Cultural Contexts SWANNEPHA and NATICC Implementing the ‘Changing the River’s Flow’ Programme’ in Swaziland, SAfAIDS 2011

 

Best Practices on Challenging Gender Dynamics in Cultural Contexts Padare and Women’s Action Group Implementing the ‘Changing the River’s Flow’ Programme’ in Zimbabwe

Best Practices on Challenging Gender Dynamics in Cultural Contexts Padare and Women’s Action Group Implementing the ‘Changing the River’s Flow’ Programme’ in Zimbabwe, SAfAIDS 2011

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