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Gender Gaps in Swaziland that has prompted LUSIP to develop a gender policy

Gender gaps in Swaziland manifest themselves in all the spheres of life, socio-cultural, socio-economic and socio-political. The overriding factor is patriarchy where male interests override those of females in the different spheres of life. Gender inequalities that exist in social, economic, cultural and political spheres lead to a systematic process of unequal development between the sexes. This unequal development has meant that women are not equal partners, and hence the development process…See More
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What is the name of your organisation?
Indvuli young People's Organisation
What is your position/ function within the organisation?
Director
What does your organisation do on gender in value chains?
Training youth on Gender issues
Does your organisation have a website?
http://No at the moment
Please introduce yourself briefly:
I am a founder of this organisation and have a parssion working with youth. Gender issues are issues which I am always passionate with even in the composition of the youth groups I ensure gender is ensured and groups are equaly represented by both sexes. I would like to have the youth fully trained on gender issues and to have clear understanding on the Gender issues.
Who invited you to this platform?
Meketane Mazibuko
Which countries - regions do you focus on in your work?
Swaziland at the moment but looking forward to spred to Africa

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Gender Gaps in Swaziland that has prompted LUSIP to develop a gender policy

Posted on May 23, 2012 at 9:06 0 Comments

Gender gaps in Swaziland manifest themselves in all the spheres of life, socio-cultural, socio-economic and socio-political. The overriding factor is patriarchy where male interests override those of females in the different spheres of life. Gender inequalities that exist in social, economic, cultural and political spheres lead to a systematic process of unequal development between the sexes. This unequal development has meant that women are not equal partners, and hence the development…

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