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Title: A Guide to Developing a Community Response to Violence Against Women in Ghana
Authors: Coker-Appiah, Dorcas
Keywords: Sustainable
Violence Against Women
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: In 1998, the Gender Studies and Human Rights Documentation Centre, in collaboration with eight implementing partners, Action Aid Ghana, Centre for Development of People (CEDEP), General Agricultural Worker' Union (GAWU), Maata "N" Tudu, Amasachina, Associates in Development (ASSID) and Centre for Sustainable Development Initiatives (CENSUDI) and Bawku East Women's Development Association (BEWDA) undertook a nationwide research on violence against women and children (VAWAC). The aim of the research was to gather as complete and comprehensive information about violence against women (VAW) as possible.
ISSN: 9988-8440-4-2
Appears in Collections:Women’s Human Rights

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