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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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16DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCEGirls are not brides. #MoGCSP_Ghana #16DaysofActivism2022 #OrangeTheWorld ... See MoreSee Less
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JOINT TRAINING ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING, BORDER MANAGEMENT AND REFUGEE LAWSThe Human Trafficking Secretariat (HTS) under the auspices of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP), in collaboration with Partners, is holding a Week-long 'Training Program for Law Enforcement Agencies on Human Trafficking, Border Management and Refugee Laws' in Tamale. The training workshop which started on Monday 28th November and set to end on Saturday 3rd December, is a result of a joint collaboration between MoGCSP, Expertise France, Ghana Immigration Service , International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees - UNHCR Ghana.It falls under the implementation of two European Union Emergency Trust Fund for Africa projects – respectively the "Support to the fight against human trafficking in the Gulf of Guinea countries" and “Strengthening Border Security in Ghana” – and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.The workshop mainly seeks to train law enforcement officers on Integrated Border Management, joint operations; identification and management of Human Trafficking cases; and effective management of refugee/asylum related cases.It also aims to equip participants with knowledge and tools related to human trafficking, Integrated Border Management (Inter-Agency coordination, cooperation mechanisms, border surveillance, joint patrolling), counter-terrorism management), and the identification and protection of refugees in line with obligations under the Ghana Refugee Law, 1992.Additionally, the training program comes off as an advanced training for some selected officers from the Northern, North East, Upper East, Savannah, Upper West, Ashanti, Ahafo, Bono, Bono East and Eastern Regions who have undertaken an earlier training on human trafficking and irregular migration.At the end of the six-day capacity building workshop, it is expected that officers will gain better knowledge on topics of the training; sharpen their skills to identify, detect and manage simple and complex human trafficking cases, and enhance management of tools related to IBM and security, human trafficking, working with communities, and the identification and protection of refugees.The training program is being funded by the European Union in Ghana.#MoGCSP_Ghana#Training#stakeholders#lawenforcement#security#officers#EndHumanTraffic ... See MoreSee Less
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WALK AND MEDIA LAUNCH OF THE 16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCEThe Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) in collaboration with its Development Partners (DPs) have joined the rest of the world to commemorate this year’s 16 Days of Activism Campaign against Gender-Based Violence today, Friday 25th November 2022 in Accra.The16 Days of Activism 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 commemoration is used as an organizing strategy by governments, individuals, and organizations around the world to call for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls.Addressing participants, the Deputy Minister/Minister Designate for the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Hon. Lariba Zuweira Abudu (MP) expressed her appreciation to Development Partners, the CSO fraternity and the Government Agencies for uniting to support the campaign.According to her, Sexual and Gender-Based violence are some of the common happenings that are criminal in nature and continue to put women and girls at a disadvantage in terms of health, education and the general well-being of their development.‘This is unacceptable and unjustified,’ she addedIn the quest to continue to increase awareness and fight the course for the vulnerable in the country, the Minister Designate announced that the Ministry is reviewing the Domestic Violence Act, 732 (2007) and its Legislative Instrument, the National Domestic Violence Policy, the Operational Plan on Ending Child Marriage and the National Gender Policy.Hon Zuweira Abudu commended the Government of Ghana for providing resources towards the Domestic Violence Fund for the upkeep of Victims of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in the country.‘The Ministry intends to operationalize its shelter in Accra by 1st quarter of 2023 to support survivors when need arises,’ she made it known.She made a plea to traditional and opinion leaders not to condone these forms of abuses (rape, defilement among others), under the cover of culture and tradition.“To the public, all Ghanaian women, girls, clergy, and mallams, I encourage you to speak up against gender-based violence in our societies and find solutions, let no one die in silence and let no one be left behind in Sustainable Development Goals Agenda,” she emphasized.The UN Resident Coordinator in Ghana, Mr Charles Abani in a statement said the Development Partners, CSO’s and Government Agencies must act in unity to reverse the situation and create a world based on gender equality, respect for women and girls since a lot of them endure violence in conflict, harassment at a work among others.He pledged UN’s commitment to work with Government and other stakeholders to promote law and policies that address child marriage and protect the most vulnerable.UNICEF GhanaUNFPA GhanaUNDP Ghana United Nations in Ghana World Health Organization GhanaIOM GhanaOXFAM in GhanaUnited Nations #MoGCSP_Ghana#16DaysOfActivism#EndGenderBasedViolence#stakeholders#united ... See MoreSee Less
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16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCEThe Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) in collaboration with its Development Partners (DPs) will join the rest of the world to commemorate this year’s 16Days of Activism Campaign against Gender-Based Violence under the theme: UNITE! Activism to End Violence against Women & Girls.The Global commemoration of 16Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence originated by activists at the first Women's Global Leadership Institute in 1991 which created awareness around the globe on issues on gender-based violence. The commemoration is used as an organizing strategy by governments, individuals, and organizations around the world to call for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls.The 16Days of Activism Campaign each year commences on 25th November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs through till 10th December, Human Rights Day. The celebration of the 16 Days of Activism will kick off on Friday 25th November 2022 with a Walk and Media Launch. An award ceremony will also be organized to acknowledge Change Makers in the fight against D/SGBV to climax the celebration. The award ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday 6th of December 2022. There will be Radio/TV Talk Shows and Social Media Campaigns through issuance of daily messages from the Ministry and partners as part of the entire 16 Days Celebration.#MoGCSP_Ghana#EndGenderBasedViolence #OrangeTheWorld #16DaysOfActivism ... See MoreSee Less
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