550 Women & Youth to Defend Property Rights

Oct 3, 2013

The Path of Peace AntiViolence Club Now On its Own

This Venture has graduated into a self-sustained training module that addresses issues of violence relating to property rights.  Working in the rural community of Mutara District, community stakeholders recently formed an “anti-violence” club, The Path of Peace, which will continue to educate people, including children, about women’s rights.  The club is now sending team members out to people’s homes to help educate them so that entire families including children can learn about equality and rights. In the past 7 months, the group reports that two theater events took place addressing the issue of family violence.  Each theater production drew large audiences of 250 people.

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Project Leader

Gretchen Wallace

President and Founder
Hanover, NH United States

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