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Gender Ministry Launched SGBV Support Centre in Ghana

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection with support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on Thursday, 11 March 2021 launched an Orange Support Center and the Boame App to help address sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and harmful practices in Ghana. #IWD2020 #ZeroSGBV #UNFPA #ForTheGoodOfGhana.

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FAREWELL CALL BY ANNE-CLAIRE DUFAYOn Thursday, 8th October, 2022, the outgoing UNICEF Representative to Ghana, Madam Anne-Claire Dufay paid a farewell call on Hon Lariba Zuweira Abudu, Deputy Minister / Minister Designate and Dr. Afisah Zakariah, the Chief Director of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) Madam Anne-Claire Dufay during an interaction with the leadership of the Ministry commended the government of Ghana for its effective collaboration with UNICEF in the areas of Social Protection, Child Protection issues, Child marriage amongst others. She also congratulated the Ghana for being the first country to ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child urging the Government to ensure it strengthens the Child Protection Systems in the country so that no one is left behind in the development agenda of the country. Hon. Hajia Lariba Zuweira Abudu on her part thank Madam Anne-Claire Dufay for her relentless commitment and contributions towards Child Rights and the well-being of the vulnerable which has propelled Ghana into achieving so much for children and the vulnerable.She also commended her for leading very important initiatives such as: the Ghanaians Against Child Abuse Social Drive Campaigns; Integrated Social Services Programme, the Social Welfare Information Management System, the Integrated Social Services among others. The Incoming UNICEF Representative in Ghana, Mr. Fiachra McAsey reaffirmed UNICEF's commitment and support both financial and human in order of ensure the Ministry deliver on its mandates.#MoGCSP_Ghana ... See MoreSee Less
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NATIONAL STAKEHOLDERS’ VALIDATION MEETING The Department of Gender (DoG) under the auspices of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MOGCSP) held a National Stakeholders Meeting on the Reviewed National Gender Policy in Accra on Wednesday 7th December, 2022.The purpose of the Meeting was to finalize inputs from stakeholders for a revised National Gender mainstreaming in Ghana.In a welcome address read by Madam Vera Karikari on behalf of the Chief Director of MOGCSP, she said, achieving gender equality calls for the country to address the biggest challenges confronting the nation such as poverty, inequality, intersectionality as well as putting an end to violence and discrimination against women and girls.She urged all to be mindful of the fact that, the time has come for a significant change that will propel accountability to end gender inequality in all forms.The UNFPA country representative Mr. Barnabas Yisa in his statement pledged their continuous commitment to work with all stakeholders to ensure the effective implementation of the revised policy so that Ghana will eventually attain: - Zero unmet need for family planning - Zero preventable maternal deaths and -Zero gender-based violence and harmful practices He congratulated the government of Ghana, MOGCSP and stakeholders involved in the process of revising and updating the Policy to ensure that the strategy options in achieving gender equality are transformative and also follow current global trends. Mrs Sheila Minkah-Premo, a consultant took participant through the overview of the process for the review of the National Gender Policy (NGP) and strategic Implementation Plan ( SIP)UNFPA Ghana #MoGCSP_Ghana#genderpolicy#womenempowerment ... See MoreSee Less
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MoGCSP HOLDS AWARD CEREMONY TO END 16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCEThe Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) in collaboration with its Development Partners (DPs) have climaxed the 16 Days Activism against Gender-Based Violence with an Award Ceremony on Tuesday, 6th December 2022 in Accra.The event dubbed; "UNITE! Activism to end Violence against Women and Girls", is an International campaign that runs between 25th November and 10th December every year.The Award Ceremony sought to acknowledge Change Makers in the fight against Gender-Based Violence in the Society.Fifteen (15) GBV advocates across the country were awarded for their tremendous fight and advocacy against GBV issues in the society. They were awarded with a plaque and a table top refrigerator.A keynote address delivered by the Deputy Minister/ Minister Designate of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Hon. Lariba Zuweira Abudu (MP), thanked the Development Partners, and Stakeholders for their support in the celebration of the 2022 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign.According to her, Gender-Based Violence such as an intimate Partner Violence, Female Genital Mutilation, Harmful Widowhood Rights, Child Marriages, Forced Marriage among others have deep cultural and religious routes in the country.Thus, some women have been brainwashed to accept that it is normal to be abused by their husbands.'This shows the lack of empowerment and support from communities to speak and act against these abuses', she added.Hon. Zuweira Abudu indicated that the Ministry is reviewing its Legal Frameworks such as the Domestic Violence Act and the Legislative Instrument, the National Domestic Violence Policy and the National Gender Policy in order to respond to the abuses' affecting the vulnerable.She announced that over Eighty (8) Market Executives have been empowered with basic knowledge in legal Frameworks to respond and assist survivors at the markets and various communities since the concept of Paralegals was introduced in 2019.'The concept is intended to be replicated to all the regions in the country', she said. The Minister Designate therefore charged all to prevent all forms of abuses' before they escalate in the various communities.In her welcome address, the Chief Director of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Dr. Afisah Zakariah commended the Development Partners, Organisations and individuals for doing well in the areas of prevention, prosecution, rehabilitation and reintegration.She called on all to strengthen the fight against Domestic and Gender-Based Violence in order to achieve a Zero Tolerance for GBV. The UN Resident Coordinator/ Head of UN Systems, Mr. Charles Abani on his part pledged their continuous support to the Government and the Ministry to improve responses on issues of Gender-Based ViolenceHe encouraged all to speak against any form of Domestic violence against all especially, women, girls and the vulnerable.United Nations in GhanaUNFPA GhanaUNICEF GhanaUNDP GhanaWorld Food ProgrammeWorld Health Organization GhanaIOM GhanaOXFAM in GhanaUnited NationsEuropean Union in Ghana#MoGCSP_Ghana#16DaysofActivism2022#OrangeTheWorld#EndSGBV#awards#stakeholders ... See MoreSee Less
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16DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCEGirls are not brides. #MoGCSP_Ghana #16DaysofActivism2022 #OrangeTheWorldCOPYRIGHT WE DON'T OWN RIGHT TO THE BACKGROUND MUSIC . ... See MoreSee Less
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