The 21st century has witness a geometric increase in the rate of domestic violence as a whole and gender violence in particular. We are fundraising for our M-POWA GIRL campaign. A campaign involving young community gi...
we just rounded up with our mobile apps we will be using for the campaign and we are testing
Adolescent GBV survivors may experience a wide range of immediate and long term emotional and mental health consequences following assault.The risk of experiencing negative mental health sequel post sexual assault may be more pronounced in adolescent given their developmental stage, their relatively limited coping skills compared with adults and the fewer available resources to help with recovery.
It is against this backdrop that we want to champion a campaign involving young community girls, victims of gender base Violence. We have decided to call the campaign M-POWAGIRl with our catchy phrase being "I don't mind". It’s a campaign where our goal is essentially to fight the shame and fear that surrounds mental illness and bring hope to people that need it by offering them therapy sessions on our virtual report desk and therapeutic platform.
Because “I don’t mind” sharing how I actually feel and “I don't mind”, you knowing as well as admitting to you that I need help, because I get sad sometimes and I have a tendency to be obsessive. "I don't mind" seeking out therapy and counting on friends and family for support. As a group led by young web developers, we will be training and empowering these girls on digital skills that will permit them to live comfortable and sustainable lifestyles as we will give out latops to the most activate girl in each community we will visit. That is encouraging them into non-traditional vocations and breaking stereotypes. Properly addressing domestic violence, rape and encourage them to report cases of violence against them through our virtual report desk and get immediate and timely help. This is so because violence stop them from attaining their full potentials. We will also engage men during this campaign because it is a way to maintain the progress and boost the confidence of the process since most often than not men are at the center of the violence of any form.
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