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Georgetown Global Health Nigeria call against the perpetrators of Gender Based Violence in Society

From Ahmad Adamu Azare:


The Gender Advisor for the Georgetown Global Health Nigeria (GGHN), a Non-Governmental Organisation Mrs. Evelyn Beyan Paul has called for the drastic measures from all stakeholders against the perpetrators of Gender Based Violence in order to stop and prevent the act within the society.

The official made the call in a chat with our reporter in Azare Katagum local government, during this year’s 16 days of activism by the organisation to raise awareness on Gender Based Violence on women and children particularly the girl-child.

Mrs. Evelyn Paul noted that the programme invited several stakeholders including officials from partner organisations, social welfare officers, judiciary staff and religious leaders in order to meet and discuss on this critical issue that requires urgent attention.

She said all hands must be on deck to raise awareness on understanding the problem and encourage the victims to speak up so that the perpetrators are prosecuted to face the wrath of the law.

The official noted that through such engagements, the public will be made to understand what is GBV and it’s associating consequences as well as how people will protect themselves from falling victims of the act.

She said this NGO is working assiduously to ensure that justice is prevailed on whoever is involved in Gender Based Violence against women and children.

The Georgetown Global Health Nigeria, described its project has made possible through the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United States Agency for International Development leads international development and humanitarian which they save lives, to reduce poverty, strengthen democratic governance, and help nations progress beyond assistance.

According to her, The Georgetown Global Health Nigeria is a Non-Governmental Organisation, supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) that works and manage HIV/AIDS programmes in hospital facilities under three Northern states of Kano, Jigawa, Bauchi.


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