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There are widespread reports of girls and young women in schools who are vulnerable to GBV. It is common knowledge that teachers demand sex from students in return for good grades, especially from those students who are close to completing Grade Collaborating with the education sector on dissemination of information on the Act is important to prevent violence and legally empower women and girls to seek protection.
One of the most successful community outreach programs of the VSU in Kasempa is the radio program which is broadcasted twice a week in the local language.
However, there are communities in remote areas around Kasempa district who do not have radios. In Solwezi, radio programs for youth in Luvale, Lunda and Kaonde languages could be developed and broadcasted. These women sometimes are kept in brothels or work near the truck stops.
As sex work is illegal in Zambia, they do not come forward to report violence. They also fear police intimidation. Despite this, sex workers are one of the most vulnerable groups who are at risk and face GBV. While some men understand that these women do sex work to escape poverty and to earn a living, the majority of men condemn sex workers and justify the violence against them. Men should understand that violence against sex workers includes inconsistent use or lack of condom use and the increasing the risk of STI and HIV infection.
Making them aware of the kinds of violence which comes within the purview of the Act would help in sending a strong signal that violence committed against another person regardless of the place or the type of work they are engaged in is an offence under the Anti-GBV Act.