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Happy Flow Monday: The Africa I Yearn For

Happy Flow Monday: The Africa I Yearn For

Words by Patricia Kajumba I want an Africa where everyone’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights are fulfilled and protected without any kind of discrimination. To be more specific, I want an Africa that thrives in Men...

When Violence is ENOUGH!

When Violence is ENOUGH!

The role of the church in addressing Gender Based Violence to ensure Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Dr Sibusiso Mkwananzi shares some reflections and recommendations for faith-based action to end GBV. What shou...

Spiwe Dongo reflects of the Movement Building Forum

Spiwe Dongo reflects of the Movement Building Forum

The Sex Rights Africa Network movement building forum was a platform that connected brilliant minds from Africa, where representatives of various organizations and communities came together to strengthen the sexual reproducti...

Erick Muzyamba reflects on the Movement Building Forum

Erick Muzyamba reflects on the Movement Building Forum

I would to thank the AIDS Foundation of South Africa for facilitating me at the forum. The forum was exciting, resourceful and fun with a warm grand opening by Just Six band. I learnt of different strategies in SRHR programmi...

Poverty in Activism

Poverty in Activism

Poverty in Activism Calling out power and inequality in human rights work By Dumiso Gatsha There are many assumptions with which community members view many activists; one of them is that they have economic power. Often ...

#HappyFlowDiaries: Tambu Glenda Muzenda

#HappyFlowDiaries: Tambu Glenda Muzenda

The #HappyFlow Campaign was launched in 2016 by Pepeta Africa, an online community of young female SRHR activists from Zimbabwe, Zambia, DRC, and Malawi, convened by Katswe Sistahood. The campaign is mobilising SRHR champ...