Learn strategies of curbing GBV – Ludondo
Mongu residents have been called upon to take advantage of the 16 days of gender activism and learn strategies on how to curb the vice.
Precious Ludondo a mongu resident told news day Zambia in an interview that it was sad to note that violence had continued to occur despite stakeholders carrying out sentisation in communities.
“Women should have always been victims, it’s time they voice out and desist from withdrawing Gbv cases so as to achieve zero Gbv tolerance”,Ludondo said.
She said traditional leaders should take a leading role in curbing gender based violence in their chiefdoms.
Ludondo added that families should also be agents of change and work towards the eradication of all forms of violence against women and children.