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Wednesday, 25 February 2015 09:58

Diverse Activities by Women Groups

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Celebration of International Women’s Day in Saida

A meeting to celebrate the International Women's Day was conducted in March 14, 2013 in a local NGO’s centre in Saida. 153 women from (PARD’s committees’ members and local health educators) the 13 gatherings in Beirut and the South attended.


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The women committees in Beirut and the South chose to work on an issue which is related to rights-health and social status. Through their work in their community they found that very young women are interested in marriage due to the influence of social media and Television (Turkish series and others). This media influence went along with other influences especially parents or parent encouragement or coercion, family members influence, ignorance, economical needs, leaving schools and others. The women committees launched a campaign to decrease the frequency of early marriage in their communities through statistics, raising awareness (143 lectures benefiting 170 males {16- 20 years old} and 1404 females {12- 18 years old}) and problem solving. This campaign will end by mid 2014.

 

Training on Gender Based Violence (GBV)

12 of PARD’s staff working in Beirut and the South gatherings (1 nurse, 2 midwives, 1 record keeper, 6 community health workers and 2 coordinators) received a 4 days training on GBV.

 

Training content:

-          Introduction to the conceptual framework of the problem of violence against women and Gender Based Violence (Introduction- Types and forms- causes, effects and costs of violence against women)

-          Introduction to listening technique skills (to survivors of Gender Based Violence):

* Why do we need training on Listening technique skills (Aims and Functions)

* Roles and Functions of centers responsible for reception and listening of GBV survivors

* Foundations, principles and standards of active listening for GBV survivors.

* Rights and Responsibilities of both the listener and survivor- Characteristics and skills of the listener

- Properties and standards of the listening environment

- Referral skills

- Functions and principles of documenting GBV cases

- Discussion on possible intake form/questionnaire 

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