Changing The Narrative

One in every three women worldwide will suffer physical or sexual violence from a male partner, or sexual violence from a non-partner, during their lifetime.

Six out of every ten girls and women around the world experience violence in their lifetime. Still, there are too few stories, too few actions, poor data, and limited investment to stop violence

Be The Change In The Society

Violence against girls and women is an all too common problem around the world. It happens to girls and young women who live in the communities where we have pledged to make a difference. It happens to our members, our family and friends. We have a responsibility to these girls and young women and this is an opportunity to empower them to speak out and take action.

Activism against Gender-Based Violence

Violence against women and girls, or gender-based violence (GBV), is one of the most prevalent human rights violations in the world, whether at home, at work, in public, at school or in the community. It is one. On average, one in three women worldwide experience physical or sexual violence at some point in their lives, usually by intimate partners. In addition to devastating the dignity, security and welfare of survivors, violence against women is a widespread social and economic cost in all societies, including the cost of public services, loss of income and productivity. Brings.


Awareness through photography

We use photography to advocate against GBV