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Published on Jan 5, 2014
Violence against women touches everyone's lives. We tend to believe that this violence - rooted in the inequality between men and women - must be very difficult to prevent. But an approach called SASA! makes us think again. This short video documents SASA's systematic phases for organising communities to take on the prevention of violence against women and HIV. At its core, SASA! is a way to discuss and transform power. Community activists engage at many levels - from individuals to families to leaders and institutions - to infuse a community with new ways of thinking and behaving.