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On Gender Base Violence… Destined Ladies School Community Stakeholders

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The facilitator of the training, Philip Bah addressed participants on the purpose of the training. As he explained that the paramount reasons for the training are to raise awareness about gender base violence, to foster and build a fruitful relationship between couples as well as bachelors within the community. Development and peace paralleling flow together, Bah stated that men are the key perpetrator of domestic violence as well as gender base violence. He encouraged participants to put into practice the knowledge and experience derived from the training, in order to make Adonkia a violence free community.

The Secretary General of Destined Ladies, Alphinia Williams said that they started the organization as social clan to support each other when the need arises. …”but we eventually registered our club as an organization that  assist women and children especially at the Adonkia community” she affirmed that the organization has been in existence for over a decade without any support from the government or  nongovernmental organizations. “Normally we used partially from our salaries and savings to support our community through awarding  scholarship  to Junior Secondary School pupils  and donating  to needy women” Williams Landed.

Participants at the training expressed gratitude to the ladies for their usual support to the community. Owing to the awareness and thorough sensitization, most community people promised to serve as peace ambassador in their various communities.  

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