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-Celebrants Of The 16 Days Of Activism In Kakata
As Liberia joined the world in celebrating the 16 days of activism, the Coordinator of the Ministry of Gender in Margibi County has called on various groupings and government agencies in the country to get involved in the fight against gender-based violence and violence against women and girls.

Madam Danielette D. Asilton said it would be a good thing if government agencies, women groups, youth groups, men organizations, religious organizations, civil society organizations and local county authorities joined in the fight.
She spoke recently when her office in collaboration with Action Aid Liberia and the Gender Based Violence Taskforce of Margibi celebrated the 16 days of activism.
According to Asilton, this will make the society rethinks how things are structured and who supposed to benefit from the natural resources.
“It is about time that everyone together makes the world a peaceful place where both men and women live equally in the image and likeness of God, enjoy their God given rights and realize their full potential,” she said, and noted “it can never be realized unless it is a holistic approach.”
“As everyone celebrates the 16 days of activism, goes out advocating and ensuing that gender-based violence and violence against women and girls come to an end; it is the Ministry’s earnest call and deepest thought that the 16 days of activism, be times in the lives of men, women, boys and girls where the world can rethink about how to treat women and girls.”
She expressed hope that women and girls will remain in school understanding that education is not just knowledge but about enrollment, retention and completion.
“If enrollment is sure, retention and completion is a must,” she said, stressing “these things will only work when education is free of violence especially violence that threatens the survival, growth and development of girls.”
Also, the Program Coordinator for Action Aid Liberia, Justina Kanneh has expressed the need for more campaign and advocacy to be carried out on the 16 days of activism and other related days beginning from November 25th to December 10th each year.

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