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AD596: Child welfare in Ghana: Citizens say government is not doing enough
Fewer than half of citizens say resources to help vulnerable children are available in their community.
Plus de la moitié des Nigériens pensent qu’il est justifié qu’un homme batte sa femme
Communiqué de presse
AD594: Batswana see gender-based violence as a priority for government and societal action
Half of citizens say violence against women and girls is common in their community.
AD593: Majority of Ugandans see domestic violence as a private – not criminal – matter
Half of citizens say gender-based violence is “somewhat” or “very” common in their community.
AD589: Batswana support gender equity, want greater government action to promote equal rights
Large majorities endorse equality in hiring, land ownership, and political leadership.
AD588: Ugandans applaud government efforts to promote gender equality, but want more
Gender gaps persist in educational attainment and asset ownership.
AD586: In Angola, gender-based violence is seen as the top challenge to women’s rights
A majority of citizens say violence against women and girls is common in their community.
AD586: Em Angola, a violência baseada no género é vista como principal desafio aos direitos das mulheres
A maioria dos cidadãos dizem que a violência contra as mulheres é uma ocorrência comum em sua comunidade.
AD585: Les Gabonais approuvent la promotion des droits des femmes mais demandent encore plus
L’inégalité dans les milieux professionnel et politique est la priorité, selon les citoyens.
AD582: Digital divide: Who in Africa is connected and who is not
Price of service may be a more important barrier to connectivity than service coverage.