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Member Countries

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Women Impacted

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Publications Made

SIHA

Established in 1995 by a coalition of women’s rights activists with the aim of strengthening the capacities of women’s rights organizations and addressing women’s subordination and violence against women and girls in the Horn of Africa, SIHA has grown substantially and is now comprised of 136 member organizations. SIHA operates and advocates within the following 5 key strategic themes of focus:
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Challenging violence against women and girls

Challenging violence against women and girls

Especially in sexual exploitation in conflict & post-conflict situations.

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Building inclusive women’s movements

Building inclusive women’s movements

As agents of Women human rights defenders (WHRD)

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Strengthening women’s access to justice

Strengthening women’s access to justice

Transforming negative, harmful religious & cultural dogma.

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Combating trafficking of women and girls

Combating trafficking of women and girls

Protection of women and girls who work abroad.

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8 Member Countries

Where We Work

A NEW REPORT: CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE

Gender inequality and rampant SGBV in Wau, South Sudan

Through a qualitative research that was undertaken in Wau Town at the end of 2018 through to early/mid 2019, “Caught in the Middle: Gender Inequality and Rampant SGBV in Wau, South Sudan” critically examines the dynamics of violence experienced by women and girls, to understand the root causes, and provide policy recommendations on how this can be addressed. The key observations from the paper range from sexual violence, bride-wealth based marriage practices etc.


PRESS STATEMENT: NEED FOR A "SUDAN-MADE" PEACE

Sudan Women Protest applauds Government on visit to Kauda

For the first time, a Sudanese top-level official traveled to Kauda in the Nuba Mountains to meet with the leadership of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM North). The significance of this meeting is that this is the first time in decades that Sudanese formal leadership has met publicly with the rebel faction’s leadership inside the boundaries of the country.


A NEW REPORT: CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE

Gender inequality and rampant SGBV in Wau, South Sudan

Through a qualitative research that was undertaken in Wau Town at the end of 2018 through to early/mid 2019, “Caught in the Middle: Gender Inequality and Rampant SGBV in Wau, South Sudan” critically examines the dynamics of violence experienced by women and girls, to understand the root causes, and provide policy recommendations on how this can be addressed. The key observations from the paper range from sexual violence, bride-wealth based marriage practices etc.


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