The Association‘s aim is to empower survivors of violence by providing psychosocial support to those people who have been affected by violence. Survivors are therefore given individual counselling sessions as well as group therapy sessions so that they are emotionally uplifted and are able to deal with their situations and realise their self- worth. This is done through individual counselling, holding of monthly circles (group counselling) and a youth program called ”She-Hive Youth Club” (SHY-Club).Read more
Awareness Raising and Advocacy Campaigns
The Association seeks to break the chain of silence around abuse thereby increase the number of reported cases through advocacy campaigns. These campaigns are aimed at educating the community on women and children’s rights so as to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls country wide and eventually world- wide.Read more
Meaningful Engagement Of Survivors
This activity runs concurrently with all other activities. When implementing activities, survivors are engaged and given the first preference conditions permitting. ”I stories” are used all the time as curtain raisers and assurance to audience or target population that we don’t talk fiction but real life issues.