To educate children, youth and adults about topics that impact their families and communities
Substance abuse is a very serious problem it affects and costs the individual, the family, and the community in significant, measurable ways including loss of productivity and cause unemployment; impairment in physical and mental health; reduced quality of life; increased crime rate; increased violence; abuse and neglect of children; dependence on non-familial support systems for survival; and expenses for treatment.
Substance abuse affects women physical and mental health and social consequences of alcohol and other drug use by women can seriously affect their lives and those of their families
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This is a Gender-Based violence response program aimed at combating the spread of violence in the country.
Bullying is very difficult for children, or anyone, to deal with. It makes one feel afraid and devalued and often it makes a person feel like they are worthless. Bullying also makes one stop wanting to go out because of the fear that they might see the person bullying them. Many children who are bullied even start asking themselves if they can do anything
Signs of being bullies include:
People calling you names
Making things up to get you into trouble
Hitting, pinching, biting, pushing and shoving
Taking things away from you
Damaging your belongings
Stealing your belongings
Taking your friends away from you
Threats and intimidation
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