Friday, 27 September 2013

Gakenke: local leaders trained on Gender Based Violence

The only way to completely eradicate Gender Based Violence in Rwandan society is to denounce perpetrators to be punished for all people to learn the consequences of their actions. This was said by Josiane Nyiramongi who works for Haguruka Association in Gakenke district.

 local leaders trained on Gender Based Violence

Josiane Nyiramongi

This was during the opening session of the training on Gender Based Violence that will be concluded on Friday the 27th September 2013.

This training is meant to inform the Gender Based Violence committees in the district about GBV and their role in cubing it down. This is so especially since Gakenke district is one of the districts in the country with high levels of GBV cases.

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 People in the training

“Our main objective is to completely eradicate GBV in Rwandan communities as these cases are still many in Gakenke district” says Nyiramongi.

Adelphine Mukashema the coordinator of “Umugore Arumvwa” program that prepared this training says, for the GBV to be completely eradicated, people involved have to find a solution to it.

This training was attended by the local leaders, leaders of clubs against GBV and religious and church leaders from Gakenke, Karambo, Nemba and Gashenyi sectors of Gakenke district.

Gakenke: local leaders trained on Gender Based Violence


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