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End Violence Against Women and Girls Now: #Orangeurhood #FPNigeria and more

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women and Girls. This issue of violence against women and girls has been designed in what is a whole 16 days of activism that runs from today November 25 to December 10, which is the International Human Rights day.

The United Nations Secretary General's Campaign to End Violence Against Women is tagged "UNiTE: Orange Your Neighbourhood: End Violence Against Women and Girls."

Personally, I have been invited to the pre-conference event for social media influencers for the 3rd Family Planning Conference #FPNigeria and then the main event which holds on November 26-27 at Sheraton Hotel Abuja. This conference is facilitated by Ipas Nigeria.

Keep your participation handy even as you go about your business these days, remember to stand up against any form of violence against Women and Girls.

Let our world be safer so our businesses can bloom.

Photo credit: Instabul Convention


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