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An efficient prevention programme against sexual offences.

In response to alarming figures of reported rapes 113 a day and teenage pregnancies 271 deliveries a day.

Gender inequality

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Violence in schools and in the community

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HIV and AIDS

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The founder of I Protect Me (IPM), Monica Clarke- Bennett, responded on the incident following the violent death of Anene Booysen, by raising awareness through public media.

Every year gender-based violence(GBV) affects the lives of millions of people across South Africa. In fact, levels of GBV in SA are among the highest in the world

Intimate partner violence (IPV),Sexual violence Non-partner sexual violence According to a study conducted by the Centre for the Study of Violence andReconciliation in 2016, the most vulnerable population groups at risk for violence are “younger women and coloured (mixed-race) women”. The report indicates that the number of coloured women reporting violence was 66%higher than African women, who follow coloured women in prevalence. Further to this, the study identified that the following forms of violence weremore dominant to these at- risk groups:

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We are driven by values

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Our Community

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Shop 87 1 Standford Road Cleary Park Port Elizabeth 6059 South Africa

JANET MORRIS

“What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?”

WILLIE BROWN

“What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?”

SEAN FISHER

Let’s work together

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