CIWED Ghana hold 2-day capacity building for the leadership of the MAN to help them address the drivers of intimate partner violence in their communities

CIWED Ghana carried out a two days’ capacity building training workshop for the leadership of the MAN to help them address the drivers of intimate partner violence in their communities. The aimed of the activity is to empower the leaders of the MAN with the requisite skills to enable them address the intimate partner violence. Commenting on the issue, the Executive Director of CIWED, Mr. Baako Abdul-Fatawu tasked the leadership to be circumspect in the discharge of their duties in their various communities as there are the urgent for change that we are looking for and they should demonstrate it to the max. The programme is supported by Management Science and Health Ins. US to support coordinated civil society advocacy for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health (WCAH) in COVID-19 response and recovery and is expected to benefit 10 communities in Savelugu Municipality and 10 in Nanton District in the Northern Region of Ghana

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