Global Voices Against Violence Training Morocco

 
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Summary

In the past five years the Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center has conducted trainings in 40 cities in 25 countries around the world. Hundreds of women & girls attended our trainings. From these, over 100 became Outreach & Education Ambassadors, Global Voices united to ending domestic violence and sexual assault against women. In 2014, will conduct one day training programs in Marrakesh and Casablanca, Morocco to train 40 women & girls to become Global Voices Against Violence.

What is the issue, problem, or challenge?

Approximately 60 percent of Moroccan women have experienced some form of violence recently and a quarter of them sexual violence in their lifetime, according to an extensive UN Women-supported study unveiled on 10 January 2011 at a press conference in Rabat. The study reveals that 6 million out of the country's 9.5 million women between ages 18 and 65 had experienced some form of violence in 2009.

How will this project solve this problem?

From our experience of conducting one day trainings in 40 cities in 25 countries around the world, training women and girls creates a giant ripple effect. i.e. train one woman or girl can reach thousands as they take what they learned and present to their communities, lobby to enact violence against women laws, learn to organize for change and expand the knowledge of access to resources for victims. These trainings are free for attendees. $1,600 will cover out-of-pocket costs and materials.

Potential Long Term Impact

By providing 40 women and girls Global Voice training, they can reach thousands and influence social change in Morocco to end the pervasive violence against women and girls.

Funding Information

This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.

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Global Sexual Assault Prevention & Crisis Response
If you were a victim of Sexual Assault while traveling overseas would you want someone to call who could help? According to the US Department of State over 65 million Americans travel abroad each year eager to explore new adventures in foreign countries. Unfortunately, many become victims of sexual assault. In an expansion of our mission, we are launching our SASHAA Program - Sexual Assault Support & Help For Americans Abroad in response to the increasing number of victims who are reaching out. project reportread updates from the field

Project Leader

Paula Lucas

Founder
Portland, OR United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Global Voices Against Violence Training Morocco