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Nabzie
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Nabzie May 22
"It is the minds of men that wars begin therefore it is in the minds of men that wars must stop" shares work to promote as a means of transforming gender norms but also as a means of reducing HIV infections.
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Nabzie May 22
Professor Rachel Jewekes presenting on violence through economic empowerment programs at the regional mering on accelerating Men's HIV service delivery and uptake.
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Nabzie May 22
A wealth of experience on engaging men and boys at this table, presenting on what's works to transform gender norms and how can we take it to scale? The need for a gender transformative approach.
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Nabzie May 22
Dr. Catheine Ssozi requests all to accelerate efforts to reduce HIV infections, she points to the blind spot report showing tHIV as a global phenomenon, we will achieve our targets with the engagement of men and boys.
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Nabzie May 22
Rev Bafana Khumalo making brief remarks about the need to engage Men in the fight against HIV, an engaging men in all their diversities.
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Nabzie May 22
Dr. Lydia Mungherera from making opening remarks at the meeting on accelerating Men's HIV Service delivery & uptake in Eastern & Southern Africa, happening now in Johannesburg.
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Nabzie May 16
A catholic priest recently commented that women are beated because they don't listen to their husbands, if figures of authority are making such careless comments then we really still a battlr ahead of us!
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Nabzie May 13
This is the rubbish that women have to endure when they report , they carry the burden of proof while men are believed automatically.
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Nabzie May 12
Many women can relate to this picture, this was a ripe ground for sexual harrassment, catcalling, rude and sexist comments, annoying hissing, you name it. is real!
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Nabzie May 12
And this is what engaging men is all about, we do not celebrate men or fight for their rights, we challenge them to get off their patriarchal behinds and be part of the solution!
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Nabzie May 12
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Nabzie May 11
Happy Mother's day to all the women in this category💕
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Nabzie May 9
While politicians and senior government officials are amassing wealth, state house daily budgets of over $100,000 and yet we have children learning in flooded classrooms, what kind of universal primary education is this? How do these kids compare with kids in big cities?
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MenEngage Africa May 9
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GBV Prevention Net May 7
As women activists working to dismantle patriarchal structures and end , we are exposed to violence and injustice and can internalize the trauma. Self + Collective care means recognizing our personal needs and finding time to rest -
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Nabzie May 6
Neither is marriage an achievement but a choice to be made, when she wants just like other choices in life
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Nabzie May 4
This that happen in Africa, Hollywood should be never run out of scripts!
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Nabzie May 4
Replying to @honey
...not sweet
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Nabzie Apr 30
MenEngage alliance needs to be humble because the work we are doing was started by the women's movement, therefore we should seek to collaborate and build synergies.
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