Help Siyakholwa Support Care Centre with 100 volunteers for GBV VIRTUAL
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Help Siyakholwa Support Care Centre Donation and by sharing to 100 volunteers for GBV VIRTUAL VOLUTEER CAMPAIGN
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TO LETS FIGHT GBVF
Rural Areas special Eastern cape farms, in particular is known for negative cultural practices including forced early marriages for the girl child, which constitutes rape crime. The early marriages for girls also imply that many girls do not go to school as they are prepared for marriage. Wife are beaten by husband and they can not able to report the case due to lack of knowledge and they can not say no to sex activities with no sex protections. The husband engaged with more than one partners called Makhwapheni .This has implication on their economic security even as adult women and lack of awareness on their legal rights.
Gender Gap in Entrepreneurial Participation
There is also a gender gap in Entrepreneurial participation as women in Rural Areas culture were not oriented towards Business and or other activities outside the domestic environment.
Farming and sustainable development goals, however has proved to build individual self esteem, confidence, keep people physically and psychologically fit and it also has a strong convening power and these are opportunities
that Siyakholwa would like to exploit in building women’s capacity to prevent and respond to Gender Based Violence.
The project will take an integrated approach using Agriculture and land access as a social development tool
using it as a mobilizing platform and also equipping women with skills in different Agriculture and Farming for self confidence, tolerance and realization of women power to challenge the traditional attitudes on limitation of what the girl child and woman are capable and not capable Specific Objectives
• To increase women’s awareness on their legal rights.
• To improve women’s knowledge on types and extent of gender based violence and its consequences.
• To empower women with information on available services providers for response to gender
• To develop women’s skills in sports for improved health, team spirit and self-confidence.
• To promote women participation in sports as a tool for promotion of their rights.
- To provide victims with sustainable development goals
AGRICULTURE AND ACCESS TO LAND IS START- UP RECOVERY ACTION PLAN FOR THE VICTIMS