Eastern Cape Team joins fight against the abuse of women and children

13 January, 2017

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Eastern Cape Team joins fight against the abuse of women and children

13 Jan,2017WoF service

The Tsitsikamma Team attended two events in support of the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children Campaign. One event was held at the Storms River Hall and the other at the Mandela Park Hall.

The teams marched with community members, South African Police Service (SAPS), social workers and the Health Department. The team held high placards condemning the abuse of women and children and calling for community members to join the fight by reporting any abuse of women and children to the relevant authorities.

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