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Past Projects (8)

Thursday, 20 February 2020 09:45

BGBVC – Save the Children (2017 – 2019)

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BGBVC implements activities in the North-Eastern Botswana, covering the areas around the borders of Ramokgwebana, Maitengwe and Chobe – in the borders of Botswana/Zambia and Botswana/Zimbabwe, and will reach out to 7,000 at risk and vulnerable children.

Social services are made readily available, and accessible to children on the move (COM). The project endeavours to link the COM to the services, including cross border children.

Thursday, 20 February 2020 09:41

BGBVC – Amplify Change (2016 – 2020)

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The project aims to empower young people, men and women to realise their sexual and reproductive rights. BGBVC’s role is to advocate for and promote better sexual and reproductive health and rights working with groups of young people (Gender Equity Movements).

Thursday, 20 February 2020 09:40

BGBVC – FHI360 (2016 – 2019)

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The project focused on advancing and supporting community programs that seek to improve the overall health of communities and achieve other health-related impacts, especially in relationship to family planning.

The role of BGBVC was to provide post GBV care and support

Thursday, 20 February 2020 07:05

BGBVC – ACHAP (2016 -2018)

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Community Systems Strengthening Module of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria aimed at building capacities of communities for the effective delivery of community TB/HIV/RNMCH services in 12 health districts in Botswana. '

Twenty five Civil Society Organisations were targeted and supported to build systems and to improve their capacities to accelerate prevention and management of HIV/TB/RMNCH at community level.

Thursday, 20 February 2020 07:03

BGBVC-UNFPA (2010-2016)

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BGBVC with the financial and technical support from UNFPA conducted a number of activities for the Children Youth Women Empowerment (CYWE) planned activity, to prevent and respond to gender based violence and HIV.

The activities contributed to the Country Programme Output, “Institutional mechanisms developed to promote accelerated prevention and response to gender based violence, HIV and SRHR”.

Thursday, 20 February 2020 07:01

BGBVC–FELM (2013 -2021)

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The project is titled “Reaching out to Communities to Strengthen Their Response to GBV, Harmful Practices and HIV and AIDS”. This project set out to significantly raise awareness and empower communities on gender based violence, through social dialogues on core human rights values and inter-linkages of these to Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), and HIV and AIDS. The implementation of activities for the project is geared towards behavior change in order to entrench a culture and norms that respect the sanctity and dignity of people, irrespective of gender.

Thursday, 20 February 2020 06:58

BGBVC – European Union (EU) (2014 – 2016)

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Through EU’s Instruments on Democracy and Human Rights BGBVC implementeda project “Enough is Enough, Stop Gender Based Violence”byproducing twenty six (26) television episodes on gender based violence for Botswana Television (BTV). The television series was dubbed Pelokgale.

It aired on BTV from 23rd March - 14th September, 2015 and was a transcription of the book published by BGBVC “Stories of Courage”, a documentation of real experiences of BGBVC’s clients. The project’s objectives were: toreduce incidences of gender ba

This partnership was for the Tselakgopo OVC and Gender Project in Botswana. BGBVC’s role was to address gender variables as they relate to HIV prevention, response and access to social services. BGBVC set out to raise awareness on gender based violence and HIV, and support communities to not only respond to gender based violence but also prevent it from occurring, and integrating HIV into its community intervention strategies.

Physical Address: Plot 6062/3 Extension 19 Broadhurst, Gaborone

  • Email: support@bgbvc.org.bw
  • Phone: +267 3907659
  • Fax: +267 3908691

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