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Strategy To End Violence Against Women

“It will help in negotiation across many sectors from sports to related sectors, judiciary, agriculture, fisheries and conversed with many women who voiced their concerns,” she said.
29 Nov 2022 18:13
Strategy To End Violence Against Women
Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Permanent Secretary, Jennifer Poole(sitting second from left), with members from the Vunimoli Sanatan Mother’s club, community men and (far right-second row) area advisory councillor, Navin Kumar(standing far right), during an awareness session and visit recently in Labasa.. Photo: Sampras Anand

The implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP) is crucial to ending violence-related problems for women. It will also promote a voice for women.

Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Permanent Secretary Jennifer Poole, said this while recently addressing the Vunimoli Sanatan Mother’s Club in Labasa.

“It will help in negotiation across many sectors from sports to related sectors, judiciary, agriculture, fisheries and conversed with many women who voiced their concerns,” she said.

 

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