It was remarkable to witness the commitment of over 256 community activists, opinion leaders and sengas reach so many community members conducted outreach activities to drinking places , through games such as snakes and ladders, ludo game competitions, participatory drama activities and interactive trainings on a daily basis, when they talked about VAW , VAW and health consequences and actions to end VAW. Throughout the campaign, over 12 community events were conducted and3167, 1310 women, 1200 men and 657 youth. learned more about the consequences and actions this was seen from examples of how CAs engaged communities in discussions about the negative consequences of violence.
On 10th December, 2014 CEDOVIP received an award from Action Aid as recognition of CEDOVIP's work to prevent VAW. Similarly in the Lancet journal profiled Tina Musuya the Executive Director and CEDOVIP for taking the lead to prevent VAW in Uganda. Thanks Action AID for recognizing CEDOVIP's efforts.
On 25th November 2014, MGLSG popularized a pull up banner for consistency advocacy regarding DVA implementation DVA and as the opportunity to remind policy makers to allocate funds to DVA in order to address needs of survivors of sexual Violence.