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by VOW Initiative | December 18, 2012 at 2:18 AM
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thank you very much Fatima
Hello VOW Initiative,
I am a World Pulse Member, would like to connect with you in empowering girls and women this 2013.
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I believe everybody has the potential to live a better life. Given the Opportunity, Education and Motivation ANYONE can become someone admirable. Nobody is a NOBODY, everybody is SOMEBODY.
I am glad to have met you here and to know about the wonderful work that you do with these girls. It is truly amazing. I hope that you can get to share some of these amazing stories on our website for more people to know about the work that you do. Our website is www.vowinitiative.org and our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I hope that we can get to communicate more often and work together. Thanks
J'ai bien lu votre initiative est bien fondé. J'aimerais aussi être participante aux développements des idées et changements d'opinions.
bonjour madame! je suis très heureuse et contente de vos initiatives .recevez mes encouragements et mes félicitations. Très sincèrement BÉNÉDICTE B
TO PRESENT YOU THE VISION OF CONGO OSODI ORGANISTION
à info, volunteer
Objectives emphasize the idea according to which both women and men have the right to be protected against all forms of violence. to local leaders aware of different forms of violence against women. give skills for leaders to stop violence against women in their households and communities.
Osodi as a basic information
Define gender-based violence that results or may result in physical destruction, sexual, psychological, threats, coercion, lack of freedom.
Osod patients have focused to eliminate violence against women in order to promote healthier families and stronger communities,
(Strong families a strong, strong church, strong nation
(A small family, a small country and a small community)
Violence because the impact on the economy, when women are abuses in their families, countries, they are sick is it affects their ability to work.
The same thing about children, the negative impact on the lives of children see violence done in their household, the children remain orphans, abandoned, Izege, Walungu Kaniola nindja, Kabare with the enemies of peace, many women have become sick, abandoned by their husbands following they have experienced sexual violence or their households (other domestic partner violence, honor killings,
Women subjected to violence are at a high risk of contracting HIV-AIDS and many are depressed and traumatized by this experience, the fear of being raped by the enemy prevents women in rural areas to develop the strength of marriage the child 44% of women aged 20-24 were married at the age of 15 years, a lot of girl to marry men who double their age, a tough time they are abandoned by their husbands because of their inability . Widows are also bitter abandoned the death of their husbands
Removal: a special way, in post-conflict situations, removal is a continuing threat. Abducted women are often sexually abused, necessarily married or killed. It affects women and girls, but the well-being of children, families and the safety of entire communities.
Suggested Osodi Present statistics and local information about violence against women, intervene with specific examples of how violence against women. Discuss how men and women are treated differently and ask every man has to think about Could it be, to be a woman in her family and community.
Ms. akonkwa cheshe
je suis heureuse de lire vos initiative;merci pour avoir encourage les femmes et filles vis àvis de la dependance
merci et courage pour ces initiative
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