IntraHealth International, Partners Work To End Gender-Based Violence, Promote Gender Equity In Zambia

IntraHealth International: New Project in Zambia Will Combat Gender-Based Violence, Expand Services for Survivors
“In Zambia, IntraHealth International and our partners are working to end gender-based violence (GBV) and prevent the spread of HIV by promoting gender equity and human rights as part of a new $17 million, five-year project funded by the United States Agency for International Development. An additional $10 million may be used to pursue new opportunities to address GBV for up to five more years. IntraHealth will work with lead partner Zambia Center for Communication Programmes and others to bolster access to services for survivors of GBV and support laws and policies that protect and advance equality among men, women, and children — including members of key populations and people with disabilities…” (2/11).

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