I feared to report the abuse against me. I suffered in silence because i thought people would judge me and not believe me
We can nolonger tolerate any form of violence. Do not fear to report, you will be listened to because your opinion matters . All cases will be dealt with according to the laws , so report them.
All survivors are handled with utmost urgency and confidentiality. Don't wait until you have an unwanted pregnancy or infection
Shot of lake victoria ferry to Kalangala district, young SGBV survivor narrating under a tree her ordeal.
As a youth Minister , i am mobilizing communities to support and take part in activities that prevent Sexual violence
Law enforcer on the Island talks about holding perpetrators accountable by addressing all survivor reports according to the law.
I am supporting my fellow young people to break the silence, with zero discrimination by offering information on support services
Health worker at a hospital speaks about handling of survivors at health facilities
Sexual violence hurts all of us and has ripple effects, seek help and break the cycle
Here we have the youth minister sharing about community rallying and a representative from the ministry of Gender talking about the national burden of sexual violence and the difference it would make if it stopped.
Despite the conducive legal and policy environment, SGBV is still unexpectedly high. It costs government more than 56 billion shillings to support survivors. These resources would be invested in other sectors if we worked together to end violence.
Young female advocate championing change in her community