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Amplified Gender Voices #AGV

Amplified Gender Voices #AGV

By Amplified Gender Voices
A podcast platform that entails amplifying the voices of women in the communities of South Sudan, this podcast shall cover stories, interviews, and conversations by women for women as they discuss, converse, and push for policies as solutions to the derailing problems that face them in their families and communities.
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Episode 01: Peer Pressure
Have you been pressured now? How did you feel, yes as you think about it! Yes, everyone has peers. Peers can be your friends who are about your age and have similar interests and experiences. Peers can also be other kids who are about your age and are involved in the same activities as you or are part of a community or group you belong to. You may not consider all of your peers to be friends, but they can all influence you.
July 07, 2021
Episode 01: Child Negligence
Child neglect is a form of abuse,[1] an egregious behavior of caregivers (e.g., parents) that results in a deprivation of children of their basic needs, including the failure to provide adequate supervision, health care, clothing, or housing, as well as other physical, emotional, social, educational, and safety needs.[2] All societies have established that there are necessary behaviors a caregiver must provide in order for a child to develop physically, socially, and emotionally. Causes of neglect may result from several parenting problems including mental disorders, unplanned pregnancy, substance abuse, unemployment, over-employment, domestic violence, and, in special cases, poverty. I am your host Vicky Imoya and in this podcast series, I shall be bringing stories from victims of child neglect as they share with us what happened to them.
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: Girls Education
Welcome to yet another interesting segment of the Amplified Gender Voices podcast with your host Rania David. In this episode, I explore the factors limiting girls' education in South Sudanese homes. (This episode is entirely in the Arabic Language).
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: Women and Work
Hello, welcome to the Amplified Gender voices podcast where we get to encourage, inspire and motivate young girls to speak up against the denial of their rights to work with your host STELLA PONI. In this episode, I will be exploring the reasons why some men refuse their wives to work. 
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: The Female Cast
Hello and welcome to the female cast with your girl, Anthoneta Keji on Amplified Gender Voices podcast. This is a segment where we talk about female rights, property ownership, rights around travel, and freedom of speech among others. I will be linking up with different victims whose rights have been violated by particular situations, and we shall be talking to different professionals as well who will be telling us about the referral pathways once female’s rights have been violated.
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: Sexual molestation at home
In South Sudanese communities, extended family settings are prevalent/common, especially in the capital city Juba, where individuals flock in search of better standards of living. The question we need to ask ourselves is, how safe are the girls living in such large families? Hello, welcome to the Amplified Gender Voices podcast where we get to inspire, motivate and encourage young girls and women to speak up for themselves against sexual harassment at home with your daily host ESTHER YATUN SAMUEL.
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: School Dropout
A school dropout is someone who has left school or college before they finished their studies.Hello listeners, hope you're all doing well and great. Welcome to the Amplified Gender Voices Podcast, your listening partner for all gender-related issues. It's me, Iklass Martin Micheal, and with that in mind in this episode, I will be talking about school dropouts in South Sudan. 
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: The Untold Story
Local media in 2020 reported an 8-year-old girl was raped by 3 young men in her home in the capital Juba. In recent weeks, at least 4 women have also reportedly been gang raped in different parts of the country with fears that the numbers are rapidly increasing. This is just one among thousands of cases of gang rape reported across the country since the outbreak of violence in 2013. Rape; is an unlawful sexual activity, most often involuing sexual intercourse against the will of the victim through force, or with an individual who is incapable of giving legal consent becuase of minor status mental illness and mental deficiency.  I am your host Awate Rose, and today we shall be discussing about rape and how it has affected the stay, life, and mental health of victims.
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: The Paradox of skipping classes
When students jump to the next class to sit for final examinations, it enhances unpredictable decline in their performance in their respective selected subjects of interest, leading to several unanticipated issues. Yet, a whole bunch of students do that and continue to do it in South Sudan. In this episode, we explore What could be the cause for such habit?
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: Gender Based Violence
Gender-based violence is violence that is directed at an individual based on his or her biological sex or gender identity. It includes physical, sexual, verbal, emotional, and psychological abuse, threats, and economic or educational deprivation, whether occurring in public or private life. it's me Aman Mabior Arem and with that in mind on the Amplified Gender Violence podcast, we shall be focusing on a series of stories from Survivors of gender-based violence.
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: Early Pregnancy
Teenage pregnancy is defined as any pregnancy that occurs before the age of 20. According to the South Sudan Medical Journal, South Sudan is ranked among the top 10 countries with the highest rate of teenage pregnancies. In this podcast series, a victim of teenage pregnancy shares what should have been done differently by her family. P.S: This whole episode is in the Arabic Language.
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: Child Marriage
Child marriage refers to any formal marriage or informal union between a child under the age of 18 and an adult or another child. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 100 million girls were expected to marry before their eighteenth birthday in the next decade. Now, up to 10 million more girls will be at risk of becoming child brides as a result of the pandemic. I am your host Susan Alison Lomoro and join me as I discuss this with survivors, advocates, and parents on this serious topic.
June 29, 2021
Episode 01: The Women's Silent Killer
Infant mortality is the death of an infant before his or her first birthday. The infant mortality rate is the number of infant deaths for every 1,000 live births. In 2019, the infant mortality rate in South Sudan was at about 62.4 deaths per 1,000 live births. And these rates are likely to go high. In this episode, Rita Sebila is joined by a mother to share what led to her twin babies' death.
June 29, 2021