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16 days against Gender Based Violence (GBV) ends

The 10th of December marked the end of the 16 days of activism against Gender Based Violence and the public have been urged to continue fighting the violence against women and the girl child especially and different organisations have been promoting the days through various campaigns.

Shamwari  Yemwanasikana Trust Child Ambassador Kim Fusire has reminded everyone that children have right to live in peace therefore violence should be stopped everywhere.

In most parts of the country Gender Based Violence(GBV) had become very rampant and become a norm which people ignored leading to many victims suffer without a voice.

Meanwhile minister of state and provincial affairs of Manicaland Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba said that organisations that deal with issues of gender based violence should broaden their scope in terms of awareness campaigns to teach people on sexual harassments.

Many people have acknowledged the 16 days as days that those who suffered in silence had their voices heard and boost their confidence .seminars concerning the (GBV) issues are still taking place in the country.

People have been urged not only to act during the 16 days of activism against GBV but to carry out the action throughout the whole 365 days of the year.

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