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Leave No Woman Behind – Situation of Women and Girls with Disabilities Africa Report

Download the report as PDF here. Executive summary The focus of this report is the multiple discrimination experienced by women and girls in Africa, examined through evidence gathered in Ghana,…
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#LeaveNoWomanBehind National Report on the Situation of Women with Disabilities in Kenya #IWD2021

In anticipation of the International Women’s Day 2021 on the 8th of March #IWD2021, GCAP publishes key reports from its #LeaveNoWomanBehind campaign. We encourage National Coalitions and Constituency Group and…
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National Report on the Situation of Women with Disabilities in Ghana #LeaveNoWomanBehind #IWD2021

  In anticipation of the International Women's Day 2021 on the 8th of March #IWD2021, GCAP publishes key reports from its #LeaveNoWomanBehind campaign. We encourage National Coalitions and Constituency Group…
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Invitation to online event: Better support needed for women with disabilities: Leave no women behind during COVID-19 and beyond

Date: Friday, 26th February 2021 Time: 10:00-11:30 AM (Nairobi time) / 7:00 AM-8:30 AM GMT Please click on the link below to join the event https://zoom.us/j/99845115291?pwd=d1orTGNrNXlQSGFBeUN6VS9pZytCZz09 Download the flyer in…
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National Report on the Situation of Women with Disabilities in Mali #LeaveNoWomanBehind #IWD2021

In anticipation of the International Women’s Day 2021 on the 8th of March #IWD2021, GCAP publishes key reports from its #LeaveNoWomanBehind campaign. We encourage National Coalitions and Constituency Group and…
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Open Letter to All Governments, International Institutions and Lenders

Dear Leaders of Governments, International Institutions and Lender Institutions, COVID19 has turned our world upside down. The Covid19 pandemic has severely impacted on the health, safety and survival of hundreds…
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Statement on the Political Situation in Mali

Download GCAP expresses deep regret and concern about the coup d'état or military takeover in Mali. Indeed, Mali is a Sahel country already in the grip of multiple jihadist violence…
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Africans stand in front of the Don Franc hotel in Guangzhou, before the coronavirus crisis.

COVID 19 and Racism

GCAP strongly condemns the recent cases of racism in relation with the Coronavirus pandemic and calls for strong reactions from governments, civil society and the international community. The Corona virus…
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GCAP Uganda’s Statement on Covid-19

Civil Society Contributions to the Uganda Covid-19 Response Submitted to the Office of the Prime Minister’s Inter-Ministerial Technical Taskforce on Covid-19 3 April 2020 On the 2nd April 2020 the…
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Zambia and COVID-19

A few weeks ago, most people were living a normal life: waking up, going to work, going for a walk and spending time out and about with those close to…
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GCAP Senegal Position on Covid-19

While the world is grappling with (COVID-19), Senegal has not been spared by this pandemic which continues to progress, installing desolation, fear, psychosis and a procession of misfortunes. The Senegalese…
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GCAP Mauritius Statement on Covid-19

By Halley Movement Coalition & GCAP Mauritius COVID-19 and Mauritius The novel coronavirus has impacted Mauritius since March 2020 where the country has registered its first Covid-19 positive case. As…
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