GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE

JELDAH NYAMACHE: Culture key to ending gender violence

Root causes embedded in culture.

In Summary
  • The blame, shame and stigma faced by survivors or victims and their families need to be eliminated
  • Discrimination leads to violence most times while equality promotes peace in society.

In recent months, gender-based violence has been on the rise in Kenya and the world at large. It remains the most widespread form of human rights violation and one of the worst and more neglected ...

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