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Jonald Namayangye provides info on Domestic Violence to Kanungu Women & delivers Microloans

Posted: Tue, August 22, 2017 | By: Women’s Empowerment



I kindly report to Brighter Brains Instiute that I met with Kanungu Women’s Empowerment Centre yesterday on 21st August 2017.

I organised with them at Kanungu Humanist School where we had a second lecture in the morning and in the afternoon the money was handed over to the women in cash.

I taught them how to end domestic violence in their homes.

  1. Some of the points i talked about included;
  2. Calling the police if one sees or hears any evidence of domestic violence
  3. Helping their friends and neighbours find assistance be it legal or social
  4. Checking at their friends and neighbours regularly
  5. Making calls to friends if any act of violence happens especially to girls

I taught women the causes and effects of teenage pregnancy, drought and health of women

I taught them that if they invest well and make some incomes, it can help to end domestic violence because in most families domestic violence is caused by poverty.

I concluded by telling women to be proud of themselves and stand for their rights.

Sincerely

Jonald Namayangye

(left) Kanungu women receive Microloans from Brighter Brains Institute



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