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Date June 12, 2024 4:29 PM
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** Austrian Development Agency (ADA) gender equality project booklet

** Budget: R70 000
Closing Date: 21 June 2024

** About Sonke Gender Justice

Sonke Gender Justice, established in 2006, is an organisation that strives to prevent domestic and sexual violence, reduce the spread and impact of HIV and AIDS, and promote gender equality and human rights. Sonke ’s work is in South Africa’s nine provinces and 24 countries across Southern, Eastern, Central and Western Africa through the MenEngage Africa (MEA) partnership. Globally, Sonke works in partnership with various development agencies, members of the Global MenEngage Alliance and other international networks and affiliates.

** Project overview

The Austrian Development Agency Linking policy and implementation for gender equality project is a 3-year project implemented in 3 countries in Africa, namely Malawi, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. The linking policy and implementation for gender equality project seeks rapid and sustained change in the harmful cultural norms and patriarchal attitudes that drive gender inequality and human rights violations. This project is informed by unequal distribution of resources, power, and wealth, combined social institutions and norms sustaining inequality, GBV deeply rooted in gender physical violence suffered by children, sexual violence suffered by girls, emotional violence suffered by children, impact of uninvolved fathers, lack of positive role models for boys and girls and Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This project builds on Sonke’s long standing work with MEA and its country networks and prioritises capacity building and organisational strengthening as a means of ensuring local ownership and has further planned for regular learning exchanges across the three country networks. An important focus of this project is to strengthen each country's networks' accountability to women’s rights organisations, to ensure that the voices of the women and girls whose lives we are looking to improve, are part of the process. When social and gender norms are disrupted and civil society organisations and movements have the capacity to advocate for better policies and laws, governments and communities are better at addressing GBV risk factors resulting in improved outcomes for preventing/ reducing GBV incidents.
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