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An innovative way to communicate data on AGYW

Posted: Sep 5, 2019
Category: YouTube channel

AVIWE has created an animated infographics video communicating Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) specific data and statistics in an engaging and fresh way. You can use this video in a presentation or talk, show it at a workshop or use it to advocate for AGYW. Even more, this animated infographic will be updated from time to time with the most recent data and statistics.

Download the video and use it in your presentations.

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GAP Year – Self-defence training

Posted: Jan 23, 2019
Category: YouTube channel

The GAP Year programme is a randomised control trial and works at all levels of the socio ecological model seeking to address adolescents’ health, education, social and economic assets in high schools as they progress in education.

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GAP Year Programme

Posted: Dec 12, 2018
Category: YouTube channel

 

The GAP Year programme is a randomised control trial and works at all levels of the socio ecological model seeking to address adolescents’ health, education, social and economic assets in high schools as they progress in education. This study started in 2017 and has enrolled over 2886 learners in 25 schools across three sites in South Africa with a retention rate of over 80%.

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

Posted: Dec 12, 2018
Category: YouTube channel

PAVING, a project led by Wits RHI, addresses community attitudes, norms and behaviors that result in gender inequality, violence and increased vulnerability for women. By supporting community based organisations (CBO) in Ekurhuleni and uMgungundlovu districts, PAVING provides technical assistance and IEC materials to create awareness and interest for the 16 days of Activism campaign.

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Girls Achieve Power (GAP) Year

Posted: May 22, 2018
Category: YouTube channel

The project aims at educating young girls about HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health and gender norms.

Watch the video below and for more information, contact Saiqa Mullick, smullick@wrhi.ac.za or Nicolette Naidoo, nnaidoo@wrhi.ac.za