Monthly Archives: March 2018

International Women’s Day 2018: Women and HIV

Atticle by:  Audrey Nosenga Students and Youths Working on Reproductive Health Action Team (SAYWHAT) joins the world in celebrating the International Women’s Day under the theme PressforProgress, The theme of the International Woman’s Day Campaign provides a unified direction to guard and galvanize collective action globally. The theme does not end on International Women’s Day but it’s just a starting point as it builds momentum throughout the whole year. What does this theme mean for women living with HIV in Zimbabwe and around the world? HIV disproportionately affects women and adolescent girls......

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International Woman's Day

The definition of a woman A worker A warrior A champion A leader An inspiration A QUEEN As we join the rest of the world in celebrating women, let us remember that if women are held back from achieving, the rest of the world is held back from developing. If the voices of women are suppressed, then the rest of the worlds cannot speak loudly, clearly or truthfully. If the hopes of women are destroyed then we have destroyed the hope of generations to come. Let us therefore work together to #PressForProgress......

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Thigh For A Mark

The irony of the scourge of sexual harassment at institutions of higher learning is that it reflects how young women are disempowered in environments that are meant to empower them and prepare them for a future as significant contributors to the development of their nations. As pervasive as sexual harassment is in colleges and as much as measures have been put in place to address the problem, it is still associated with silence and shame, particularly for the victims. Sexual harassment often goes unspoken, survivors do not receive the help they need......

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