Multinational Women Group – ‘Big Ocean Women’ climaxed a day resort with the theme “Lightening the Way to a Peaceful Harbor”
By Abdul Rahman Bangura–
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone- Apparently, the resort was carried over the weekend and galvanized women from diverse compartments across Liberia, Nigeria, Ghana, the United States of America, Sierra Leone amongst others conveyed their knowledge and some endeavors they have
withstood to influence women and girls with reverence to crashing impediments on Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV), domestic violence and the more.
The seeable resort alike, glimpsed women unveiled projects and activities they desire to embark into during the next stage. For example, the cottage in Ghana says they have started up overhauling re usable pads because the normal pad destroyed the environment and affect the globe climate, and therefore crave assistance the more from their partners in that direction.
Kaymah M. Padmore, Coordinator of Faiymah Cottage in her submission, clarified that the group has been huddling virtually across the world during the global Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Women’s proficiency to pile, compose, and collaborate is important to the accomplishment of the invention of this safe harbor. She proceeds “we observes throughout history, women have worked to preserve spaces that would ensure privacy and safety.”
Padmore made furtherance that, women have tenaciously battled for balanced alternative and presentation pointing out that “these hard fought battles depends upon the preservation of language specific to a women’s fully sexed female body and biology.”
Big Ocean Women reckon that, every woman has intrinsic energy to dictate change, this power she mumbled, is amplified when women assemble concurrently and coordinate.
Similarly, Big Ocean Women core person – Mmonbeydo Joah let out, the lineage of cessation and humiliation linked with SGBV tandem with the COVID-19 pandemic where numerous people lost their job heightened the case of domestic violence.
According to her, most women in Liberia are poor because men are far ahead of them and the COVID-19 pandemic has awfully snarled on women livelihood. Joah contended that, women are change leader referencing the domestic violence bill which she argued was passed due to efforts of the women movement.
“Each woman has the power to bring about change. We are women who believe in faith, family and motherhood regardless of the status of beliefs. It is time we all join to ensure a safe space for women and girls around the world.”
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent