“We shall die of hunger if not of that Corona. Look, any women among us have been obliged to stay in the house. The house is very small and you, the husband and yourself are closed in for weeks and weeks.” COFAPRI member.

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 Since they started gaining money from their sewing, they now feel a bit more respected and relaxed. They said that their husbands were abusing them because they had no job and no money…

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Increased security helps women become self-reliant and less financially dependent on their husbands. This improves the situation for the whole family and also means the women are less vulnerable to abuse.

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It remains very important within communities for men and boys to be educated regarding the rights of women and girls, including their proper, fair and respectful treatment. When the women and girls become empowered, it is the whole community that benefits.

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TRIGGER WARNING:  “Sometimes, he asks me, “But mum, where is my dad?” This question never lets me sleep at all… I had my soul totally damaged and bleeding, but you are helping me and my child to understand that our minds can still be mended and so we can move forward. I believe in your unity and support to us.”

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“COFAPRI is doing a great job. They are opening the eyes of our children.. Sending our daughters to school brings moral peace and security in our hearts. We can now ensure the future of our children will be ok with the education they are getting.” – COFAPRI member.

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