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EU Meeting with CSOs And international Stakeholders, UNiTE! Invest to Prevent Violence Against Women & Girls

Kulich Youth Reproductive Health Development Organization has been working closely with other CSOs and forums to tackle GBV comprehensively. By partnering with like-minded organizations, Kulich has been able to leverage collective expertise, resources, and networks to address the multifaceted challenges posed by GBV. This collaborative approach has enabled the organization to implement more effective interventions and advocate for policy changes that prioritize the prevention of GBV and support survivors.

The organization actively participated in the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, which took place on December 8 and 9 at Mangolion Hotel. This event provided a platform for stakeholders to come together, share knowledge, and strategize on how to combat GBV effectively. The meeting facilitated discussions on best practices, challenges, and opportunities in addressing GBV, fostering a supportive environment for learning and collaboration.

The 16 Days Activism meeting on GBV was sponsored by the European Union, highlighting the recognition and support from international bodies for efforts aimed at combating GBV. This sponsorship not only underscored the significance of Kulich’s work but also provided an avenue for further engagement with the EU and major international partners on matters related to GBV, sexual and reproductive health (SRH), and broader social issues affecting communities.

Kulich Youth Reproductive Health Development Organization expressed to continuing its collaboration with the international partners that its currently working with and its deep interest to work with the European Union and other international organizations on addressing GBV, SRH, and other social issues that are prevalent within communities. By forging partnerships with global entities, Kulich aims to amplify its impact, access additional resources, and contribute to more sustainable solutions that benefit vulnerable populations.

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