Africa Gender Indaba

CHANNEL AFRICA  |  Podcast , ±41 min episodes every 1 week, 2 days  | 
A weekly 40 (forty) minute and an hour long weekend gender-based programme that engages men and boys across the African continent to create the change necessary for men, women, young people and children to enjoy equitable, healthy and happy relationships. The Programme also contributes to the development of just and democratic societies using a human rights framework to build the capacity of government, civil society organisations and citizens to achieve gender equality, prevent gender-based violence and reduce the spread of HIV and the impact of AIDS.

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Africa Gender Indaba

In this edition of AfricaGender Indaba, we’ll discuss how to reach men to improve sexual and reproductive health, with our focus being on the Kingdown of eSwatini, formerly known as Swaziland, in particular.
We'll also discuss efforts to address forced and early child marriage in the East African country of Tanzania.

Africa Gender Indaba

On Africa Gender Indaba this week, we look at the prevalence of violence against children in Uganda.
We’ll also have a focus on the unhealthy aftermath of Cyclone Idahi.
And, we hear that there is a need to challenge and change the traditional identity of men in order to end all forms of gender inequalities and gender-based violence. And at the heart of this there must be an understanding of the identity of a man.

Africa Gender Indaba

In this edition of Africa Gender Indaba, we hear from a meeting of religious leaders in South Africa in response to concerning levels of sexual and gender-based abuses perpetrated by faith leaders.
And, less than a year after eSwatini passed the Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Act into law, there are calls for it to be reviewed or repealed - and civil society organisations are concerned about these calls.

Religious leaders in South Africa

In this edition of Africa Gender Indaba, we’ll hear about efforts by religious leaders in South Africa to engage the faith community to eradicate sexual and gender-based violence in spaces such as churches and mosques as well as in society in general.
And, in Ghana, a multimedia production company, EAA Media Productions, is pushing for funding for the country's domestic violence law. It has started a social media campaign with the hash tag #FundGHDomesticViolenceLaw, hoping to put pressure on the government to commit money to a Fund set up by government itself for the care needs of domestic violence, but is failing to fund.

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