• Qualitative findings on how a community mobilisation intervention to prevent violence against women created change in Kampala, Uganda
  • Join our movement to highlight the connection between VAW and community health during this year's 16 Days!
  • What does it take to prevent Violence against Women and HIV?  Get answers to this question and more.
  • Take Action Now! Join Equality Now’s efforts to Bring Back Our Girls!
  • Resources

    ‘SASA! is the medicine that treats violence’.

    Qualitative findings on how a community mobilisation intervention to prevent violence against women created change in Kampala, Uganda

    Find more resources here
  • News

    16 Days Campaign to Address VAW and Health Starts Now!

    Join our movement to highlight the connection between VAW and community health during this year’s 16 Days!

    Read more about the Campaign here.
  • Announcements

    SASA! Study Results Published

    What does it take to prevent Violence against Women and HIV? Get answers to this question and more.

    Read the Study results here.
  • Urgent Action

    Bring Back Our Girls!

    Take Action Now! Join Equality Now’s efforts to Bring Back Our Girls!

    Read more and take action.
  • Resources

    ‘SASA! is the medicine that treats violence’.

  • News

    16 Days Campaign to Address VAW and Health Starts Now!

  • Announcements

    SASA! Study Results Published

  • Urgent Action

    Bring Back Our Girls!

The GBV Prevention Network is a dynamic group of activists & practitioners committed to preventing violence against women in the Horn, East & Southern Africa.

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