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The survey sought to collect data on gender dimensions of citizens’ participation in the electoral process, looking specifically at women’s participation in comparison with men in voter registration, voter education and participation in elections as candidates and voters.
The Gender Equality Baseline Survey (GEBS) was commissioned by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) within the framework of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission Capacity Building Project (ZIMECO 2016-2020).
The Legal Environment Assesment (LEA) for HIV, TB and Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights report is focused on identifying and examining all important legal and human rights issues affecting in particular people living with HIV, people with tuberculosis (TB) and those at higher risk of HIV exposure, such as key and affected populations – women, young people, gay men and other men who have sex with men, sex workers, prisoners, persons with disabilities and people who inject drugs.
An in-depth assessment of the key HIV law and human rights issues was conducted with an analysis of the extent to which existing laws and policies and those in the process of development are able to respond to these issues.