Supporting and empowering of survivors economically its our pleasure

Date: May 12, 2014
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The march was held on the 7th December 2013 during 16 days of activism in the council. The march has involved everybody in the fight against gender based violence and in promoting gender equality. The main focus of the project is to see women, youth children, men and disabled people living peacefully as we all know that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. This is according to Article 1.

Womenâ € ™s forum on economic empowerment (starting small businesses):
The forum was held on 16 November 2013 in an attempt to encourage women to start small businesses in their communities. The project is funded by Moliko Trust under the supervision of Nthabiseng Moliko as a loan officer. The project is also meant to reduce poverty in local communities as well as to improve the economy in the families and the community at large. Participants were mainly survivors within the council.

Community member training:
The training was held in the council on the 20 March 2014 by Lesotho send a cow under the supervision of the European Union. LCN was there to implement a three year plan project of deepening decentralisation in the community. Its overall objective is in contributing to poverty reduction at community level.

Gender Committee Forum has representatives of the following sectors: support group members, gender based violence (GBV) victims, disabled people together with CGPU officers from Mafeteng. The intention was to make them aware that GBV still prevails so all the stakeholders must come up with a solution to reduce gender based violence.

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