Make your voice heard today and stand for gender equality!!!
Survivors of SGBV still don’t know where to go to to seek help or report. As reported by WHO, GBV is a global pandemic that affects 1 in 3 women in their lifetime while more than 5 women are killed every hour by someone in their own family (UNODC, 2022).
VoiceIT is a platform that provides 24/7 support for survivors of gender-based violence, securely connecting them with professional assistance while prioritizing the confidentiality of their interactions. VoiceIT also aggregates and provides real-time AI-driven data and analytics to help improve reporting, service uptake and evidence generation for policy and programme planning.
VoiceIT is the uber for SGBV reporting and services!!!
Why use our platform?
We are a trusted community for adolescent girls, boys, young people and parents to own their voice and empower one another.
Know More About GBV
GBV is an obstacle to “the social and economic development of communities and States, as well as to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals 2030.
Gender-based violence affects the health, dignity, self-esteem and rights of its survivors. However, it remains masked in a culture of silence.
Gender-based violence includes physical, emotional and sexual abuse, as well as traditional practices that are harmful to girls, such as female genital mutilation and early or forced marriage.
Gender Based Violence is a human rights issue. It violates the right of any human being concerned.
Children without adequate adult protection and care are extremely vulnerable to all forms of abuse including sexual violence.
Would you like ask us any question?
VoiceIT is a web and mobile platform that allows users to report cases of SGBV and connect with on-demand, confidential, non-judgmental, safe and trained local service providers nearest to them- CBOs, Doctors, Psychologists, counsellors, lawyers 24/7. The platform also provides accurate preventive information and resources on GBV, HIV, SRHR in a way that is engaging for young people to fact-check and make informed decisions about their health.