End GBVF Movement
Who we are
End GBVF 100-Day Challenges are part of a multi-year movement-building effort to accelerate the implementation of the National Strategic Plan on Gender-Based Violence at the local level.
The Programme is undertaken by the End GBVF Collective and supported by the Ford Foundation and other philanthropic organisations. The implementing agency for this effort is The World of Impact and Eish Impact Africa.
iResults has been the implementation agency untill 2023 and set up a Public Benefit Organisation, Eish Impact Africa, to become the hosting organisation for all support activities and infrastructure related to this effort from 2024.
The World of Impact, is an organisation registered in South Africa that owns the intellectual property used for training programs related to 100-Day Challenges, and it manages an online learning platform for training and supporting 100-Day Challenge work. Eish Impact Africa is in partnership with the World of Impact for the 100-Day Challenges work.
Eish Impact Africa, a Non-Government Organisation (in the process of registering as a Public Benefit Organisation), is the hosting organisation for all support activities and infrastructure related to the End GBVF 100-Day Challenge and related programmes. Eish Impact Africa will focus on Social Impact work in Southern Africa using 100-Day Challenges.
The organisation’s mission is:
- To support leaders and teams at the local level, empowering them to improve their social, economic and health conditions; providing project design and coaching and training to government agencies, non-profit organisations, and communities. 100-Day Challenges will be the core method of bringing about change and social impact.
- To organise social movements that inspire communities and organisations to move into action on social issues, for example, on gender-based violence, access to justice and service delivery.
The programme is endorsed and supported by the Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities (DWYPD), whose mandate is to lead on socio-economic transformation and implementation of the empowerment and participation of women, youth and persons with disabilities through mainstreaming, advocacy, monitoring and evaluation.
The end GBVF 100-Day Challenge programme works with the following national convening partners:
- The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
- South African Local Government Association (SALGA)
- The Department of Higher Education.
- The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development
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