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GENDER BASED VIOLENCE SEMINAR

June 5, 2018

INTRODUCTIONS

Domestic violence has become a very common vice in Meru at large.
In Kenya domestic violence has increased to 38%. The violence is both physical and emotional for both men and women. We have had women killed or have their body parts mutilated by their partners. CIFORD Kenya works with rural women who are suffering silently from domestic violence, these women are therefore prone to psychological torture, emotional and physical which a time leads to death. As CIFORD, we have taken it as our concern to sensitize women on how best to reduce domestic violence.
CIFORD Kenya found the importance to organize a seminar on domestic violence its causes, effects, and solutions. They were encouraged to sustain their families violence is not the solution to family problems.

SEMINAR

On 25 May 2018, CIFORD Kenya organized a one-day seminar to educate women on gender-based violence. A total of 64 women attended the seminar. Topics discussed were;

  • What is Gender-Based  Violence
  • Causes and effects
  • The root cause of violence
  • Direct and indirect violence
  • Other types of violence
  • How to avoid the confrontations 

ACHIEVEMENTS

 

  • 64 women were trained on G.B.V
  • Women were able to understand more on  their right, causes  and how to prevent G.B.V

 

  • The women were trained on how to reduce confrotations at home.
The Challenges of Physically challenged and elderly in Rural Kenya

The Challenges of Physically challenged and elderly in Rural Kenya

Kalumera Thuranira is a 63 year old widow from Mumui sub location of Meru in the semi-arid region. Kalumera is seen as an outcast in the community as she is deaf and dumb and has no children. Her husband died 20 years ago who had married her as a second wife. Kalumera lives a lonely and alienated life.

Rays of Hope

Rays of Hope

Julia Kauria is a member of Kailakai Self help group in Kianjai ward, She is a beneficiary of CIFORD training program which is aimed at sustainable agriculture for food security. Julia has a garden and the joy in a whole family can be expressed in their faces.

TRACES OF HOPE THROUGH SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

TRACES OF HOPE THROUGH SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

Ann Mwari, a proud mother of six in her late 30s from Cheranga Village, Tigania West Constituency in Meru County. She is a member of Cheranga women self-help group. Her commitment, dedication and passion to unleash her potential through their group is quiet promising. Her journey started 2 years ago when she made a bold move to join colleague women in order to work together by bettering one another.

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Rays of Hope

Rays of Hope

Julia Kauria is a member of Kailakai Self help group in Kianjai ward, She is a beneficiary of CIFORD training program which is aimed at sustainable agriculture for food security. Julia has a garden and the joy in a whole family can be expressed in their faces.

TRACES OF HOPE THROUGH SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

TRACES OF HOPE THROUGH SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

Ann Mwari, a proud mother of six in her late 30s from Cheranga Village, Tigania West Constituency in Meru County. She is a member of Cheranga women self-help group. Her commitment, dedication and passion to unleash her potential through their group is quiet promising. Her journey started 2 years ago when she made a bold move to join colleague women in order to work together by bettering one another.