End GBVF Movement
All End GBVF Movement platforms in one place
This is your one-stop entry point for accessing a variety of resources and platforms aimed at supporting communities and organisations to end gender-based violence and femicide in South Africa. It is managed by Eish Impact Africa, a NPC, that helps communities and organisations translate intent into impact, for societal issues that matter to them. It does this by helping them organise 100-Day Challenges.
End GBVF Collective operationalised the National Strategic Plan on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide. In 2020 the collective started the movement to end GBVF in SA. The collective host the 100-Day Challenges to implement the NSP at the local level.
100-Day Challenges Impact
Keep up-to-date with where End GBVF 100-Day Challenges are happening and the progress of the 100-Day teams. The teams set their own ambitious 100-Day goals and developed work plans, including new ways of working and innovations, that they will test.
The World of Impact Training platform
Online Training platform for Ambassadors and Conveners that are the local facilitators of the 100-Day Challenges approach. Read more about the learning journey, previous Challenges and what it takes to host and facilitate a 100-Day Challenge in your community.
Join the Amplifier Circle
Welcome! We are excited that you want to join the Circle of Amplifiers. We are a group of people inspired to connect, learn from each other, and build our individual and collective capacities to respond to GBVF issues effectively. Through the circle, we are growing the members of End GBVF Collective and helping organisations prepare to host 100-Day Challenges in their communities. Click on this LINK to read more about End GBVF 100-Day Challenges.
Amplifiers could be schools, community-based organisations, government departments, municipalities, courts, universities, churches, private companies, informal networks, or groups of activists who desire to address GBVF in a practical, collaborative, and impactful way.
Unsure of who should register your organisation? See What if’s at the bottom of the page.
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GBVF Health Check Report
Access to quarterly self-improvement survey and report to help your organisation on its GBVF maturity journey.
Safeguarding – Our first online learning module to ensure we have an awareness and sensitivity about the complexity of GBVF.
Visual tools for organisations and municipalities to track their progress and compare their GBVF performance with their peers.
GBVF Good Practices
Resources to support your organisation on its GBVF maturity journey.
Insights from Implementers
Innovations and lessons learned from local 100-Day Challenge teams implementing the NSP.
Support services offered by partners to 100-Day Challenge teams and Amplifiers.
Invitation to periodic events to share learnings and practices on GBVF themes.
What if I am not part of any organisation or group and would like to join the Circle as an individual contributor?
You can still register as an organisation, you being the only member. Use your name as the organisation’s name and fill out other fields as best as possible and where applicable.
What if my organisation has multiple offices, branches or operations?
We suggest each office, branch, or operations register separately to ensure confidentiality on the End GBVF Health check survey. An office can share their results with their organisations if they choose to do so.
What if I am not my organisation’s representative?
If you are not in a position to represent your organisation or group, please provide the details of the person who can do so. For example, this could be the executive director, the End GBVF coordinator, the gender focal person, or the HR manager. They will receive an email suggesting that they register the organisation. Once they do that, they will get a link that others in the organisation can use to register on the site and get access to the various tools.