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With support from UNFPA, The Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development developed the National Male Involvement Strategy for the prevention and response to Gender Based Violence in Uganda aimed at engaging men and boys to become change agents in their communities and workplaces, promoting peace and security, mitigating conflicts, protecting the rights of women and girls, sensitising their peers and ensuring victims/survivors receive appropriate services. 

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Uganda needs more midwives now than ever before

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Investing in 10-year-old girls could yield huge demographic dividend, pump billions into national economies.

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Demographic and socio-economic data are useful for planning and evidence-based decision-making in any country. 

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Developed by the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development with support from UNFPA, this multi media strategy is part of the overarching National Policy on Action Plan to Eliminate Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Uganda.  The Strategy will guide the campaign to prompt communities as well as those in positions of authority, to change their behaviors and improve their knowledge, attitudes and practice related to GBV.  
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