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United States Embassy Eswatini,Deputy Prime Minister’s Office launch “No means No” campaign to fight Gender Based Violence(GBV).

Monday, 17th June, 2024

MBABANE:The United States(US) Embassy in collaboration with the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister(DPM) has launched the “No means No” campaign in an effort to fight Gender Based Violence(GBV), the US Embassy reported on Monday through its online platforms.

“The U.S. government,through The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR),in collaboration with the The Deputy Prime Minister’s Office Eswatini, is proud to support the introduction of the “No Means No” campaign.This initiative, launched last Friday at Inyandza High School under KaLamgabhi constituency, aims to empower both adolescent girls and boys to confront and prevent gender-based violence.Since 2015, the U.S. government has invested approximately $10M USD (180M Emalangeni) in efforts to prevent and respond to gender-based violence, recognizing it as a critical factor in the fight against HIV”, reads the US Embassy online report.

United States Embassy Eswatini,Deputy Prime Minister’s Office launch “No means No” campaign to fight Gender Based Violence(GBV).
United States Embassy Eswatini Deputy Prime Minister’s Office launch “No means No” campaign to fight Gender Based Violence(pic: US Embassy).