[Sust-mar] Justice for Women & Children

CUSO Atlantic MLwhite at eastlink.ca
Sat May 12 05:28:32 EDT 2007

Why Justice Must Be Done

CUSO invites you to a presentation on global issues related to access to justice for women and children. Our special guest Betty Ayagiba, CUSO Ghana partner, will share her experiences in a dynamic presentation.

Betty Ayagiba is the Director of WOM, a CUSO partner in Ghana.  Widows and Orphans Movement carries out the following activities:
  a.. Income Generation Activities:  Farming, craft, animal husbandry, cloth weaving, bread –baking, shea butter extraction, groundnuts oil extraction and bead making.
  b..  Support widows and orphans with HIV/AIDS
  c.. Advocacy against the harmful practices widows go through after the death of their husbands.
  d.. Support victims of Community and Domestic Violence
  e.. Research

Tuesday May 15th, 11:30am
North Preston Community Centre
Light lunch provided
Hand woven baskets from Ghana for sale

Wednesday May 16th, 10am to 12 noon
Halifax North Branch Library
2285 Gottingen St.
Hand woven baskets from Ghana for sale

Thursday May 17th, 7pm
Just Us Cafe, Wolfville
Hand woven baskets from Ghana for sale

For more information contact CUSO Atlantic at 1 800 676-8411 or 902 393-4550
cuso.atlantic at cuso.ca
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