The US Embassy in collaboration with Mobile Web Ghana organised a two-day training session for Civil Society Organizations and gender activists. The event was held at Mobile Web Ghana, from the 12th -13th of March, 2019. The workshop was aimed at equipping participants with the requisite skills and knowledge to
This year, Visuals for Gender is reaching out to Junior High Schools in Accra to talk the pupils about their Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. On Friday, 22nd February 2019, the team had an insightful session with the pupils of Jewels of the Millennium School in Agbogba, North Legon.
Our world today breeds differing opinions when it comes to respecting ones rights. Consent culture has become a household name, yet the question is, are people fully given the rights to freely express themselves and uphold their values? Consent culture is often linked to people having absolute rights to their bodies
As part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence worldwide, Visuals for Gender was privileged to participate in a workshop organized by the U.S Embassy in Ghana, in partnership with Mobile Web Ghana. The focus of the workshop was to address the different forms of violent acts against
Gender-based violence is prevalent all over the world. It is alarming to know that women and children form as the dominant victims of abuse. It is prudent for everyone to understand that, gender-based violence is not only a societal issue but a world issue. Efforts by NGOs/CSOs, government, gender-activists, etc
One of the prevalent acts of gender-based violence across Africa is Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). It is defined as the cutting of the female genitalia for cultural or religious reasons. Perpetrators are emboldened by some primitive cultural beliefs that were used in the olden days (especially in rural areas) to