Joyce Muzuma

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Gender Based violence is a pandemic due to systemic gender inequality that disembowels women, girls, and children, and stifles their voices so that they will be hardly heard and their natural human rights can be more easily taken away.

Gender Based Violence in Africa is a pandemic due to systemic gender inequality that disembowels women, girls, and children, and stifles their voices so that they will be hardly heard and their natural human rights can be more easily taken away. The campaign to reduce Gender Violence will be featured by songs and media advertisement. We will print T-shirts and other clothes for women a...
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Gender Based Violence in Africa is a pandemic due to systemic gender inequality that disembowels women, girls, and children, and stifles their voices so that they will be hardly heard and their natural human rights can be more easily taken away. The campaign to reduce Gender Violence will be featured by songs and media advertisement. We will print T-shirts and other clothes for women and men to wear. We will advocate and increase awareness of gender inequality. The song will be recorded for entire national to hear the cry of equality. The key messages to rural and urban area are- women and girls work up let us start going to school-enroll in science programs if you can, go to different workshops and pursue different leadership position to lift ourselves and the national economically and socially. We will advocate through a mass-media and interpersonal communication campaign. The Overall goals are reducing the stigmatization, bias, segregation and all bad characterization regarding women. Will mobilize the community participation in gender equality through conference, workshops, group meeting and dialogs The campaign to reduce Gender based violence will be in Mwanza, Arusha, Tabora , and Mara.
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Stage 3: Proof of Concept

Gender based Violance is an issue faced by many people in our society. The united Population funds listed as 1 in 3 women have emotional, financial or verbal abused. This proves that gender based Violance is an issue which needs intervetion.
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Focus Areas:

Gender-based Violence, Economic Empowerment, Basic Education and 2 MoreSEE ALL

Gender-based Violence, Economic Empowerment, Basic Education, Communication with Communities and NutritionSEE LESS

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Problem

Gender Bases Violance- education depriviation, employment segregation, economical bias, business bias,

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Solution

Gender Based Violence- will be improved in the following categories: 1) education-women and girls should understand the importance of education- 2) Women empowerment-to provide different skills to improve their economic status 3) To engage men so that they can be affective allies and start working hand to hand with women to achieve gender equality. 4) Equip women with digital development skills for communication with officials and networking- to find more opportunities.

Target Beneficiaries

Women, girls, men, boys, children ( all population)

Mission and Vision

To prevent gender bias we must engage men, women, girls, boys, children to understand the magnitude of achieving gender equality.

Competitive Advantage

Gender Based Violance in Africa is a pademic due to systemic gender inequality that disembowels women, girls, and children, and stifles their voices so that they will be hardly heard and their natural human rights can be more easily taken away. The innovation is to close the gap regarding Gender equality.

Planned Goals and Milestones

implementation and evaluation of the success of the innovation ( Gender bases violance)
Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted1,000
Recruit2 management, 2 boards, 1 advisory, 1, accountant, 2 secretaries, 2 training professionals, 10 volutees

The Team Behind the Innovation

Martin Lukando MBA, worked in Tanzania as a Director of Meteology- he worked in Swaziland and Kenya as well Joyce Muzuma warked in USA as Medical Laboratory Scientist with ASCP certisfication worked in Tanzania as a high School Teacher Mary Itandu- worked as a high school teacher and she worked in UK as well

EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN

Milestone

Jul 2020
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