Sensitization on GBV and Sexual Reproductive Health in Tiko Community

NgangErnest
Posted February 13, 2020 from Cameroon
Child Protection is our collective responsibilities.
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The alarming rates of Gender Based Violence and Sexual Reproductive Health is a call for consent during this period in my community and we need to take the bull by the horn. Worthy of note also is the rights of a child which most parents are not aware of and they do things to their children which affects them negatively. 

We decided to go out the and teach our communities these issues which are alarming and affecting our communities. 

No to Gender-Base Violence, no to child trafficking, no to child exploitation, no to rape.

Let's teach our different communitties these issues plaguing us in this challenging times. 

 

Ngang Ernest Che

Green Skills Africa

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maeann
Feb 13
Feb 13

No to Gender-Base Violence, no to child trafficking, no to child exploitation, no to rape!!!

Thank you for standing with the most vulnerable child, girls and women.

Thank you for bringing this awareness to your community Ernest. Kee it up.

Thank you for sharing.0

NgangErnest
Feb 14
Feb 14

Thank you so much

Anita Shrestha
Feb 13
Feb 13

Dear Sis
Great work , keep continue

Hello, Ernest,

This is another great initiative from you! Are you bringing the children with you during this campaign?
We stand with you! No to Gender-Base Violence, no to child trafficking, no to child exploitation, no to rape!

NgangErnest
Feb 14
Feb 14

Thank you so much.

You’re welcome!

Tamarack Verrall
Feb 15
Feb 15

Dear Ernest,
You are leading the way for men to follow. It is so important for men to take public stands against violence against women and girls. May many more men learn from you and take your lead. Thank you dear brother for your work.

Iam_motivated_jay
Feb 17
Feb 17

Appreciate this story

Mercy Vernyuy Munyuy

Hi Ernest
Thank you for taking such initiative.it is true some parents violate the rights of their children not because they are wicked but because of ignorance.keep up the good work

laison sylvie
Mar 01
Mar 01

Gender based violence my brother is one I'll that has eaten up the pride of women. It makes them feel very inferior and the worse thing is, they are afraid to speak out. Good job there.