The tradition in Liberia has been the silence of women in matters that after their lives though this situation is gradually changing. Speaking out was perceived by men in communities as disrespect and undermining of their cultural norms. As a result of creating awareness about inclusive gender participation, good governance, and sexual gender-based violence (SGBV), women began to vow for chairperson ship of community groups and speaking in public gathering among men without fear. By the end of the reporting period, women leadership increased from fifteen (15) to twenty-five (25) with much still to be achieved on women inclusion.
- Post author:Sam Flomo
- Post published:April 12, 2020
- Post category:Bread of the World
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