"A Night to SAY NO to Violence Against Women" is a benefit to raise awareness for the Say NO UNiTE initiative, while raising funds for UN Women. Over 300 people will come together on May 9 at Hotel Chantelle in New York City for a night of fun, music, food, and raffle prizes.
Mark your calendar on May 18th for the 9th Annual 5K Walk to End Violence Against Women. This year’s Walk takes place again in Atlanta’s picturesque Piedmont Park. Beginning at 10am walkers may register, check-in and participate in a warm up organized by a personal trainer.
Half of the world’s population, 3 billion people, still use open flames to cook for their families and to heat and light their homes. Accidents are commonplace – with the world’s most disadvantaged and vulnerable people, impoverished women and girls in developing countries, suffering more than half of all burn injuries in the world.
Given to the Millennium Declaration signed at the Headquarter of the United Nations based in New York by 189 leaders and governments of the state members of the United Nations from around the world with 8 proposed solutions for the elimination and prevention...of the poverty and all forms of miseries bosom of the global local community
Inviting other civil societies to the cause. Having a Private Lunch at InterContinetal Hotel on the 14th December 2012 from 10 30hrs to 14 30hrs. With Ms Neo Thema from Botswana as guest speaker and Mama Winnie Mandela from South Afrrica as the special Invited guest.
Project Model Tee’s main fundraising initiative will be the production of a tee shirt line designed exclusively by supermodels passionate about fighting sexual violence. We expect the line to be available to the public at our launch party in February, 2013, and then online and in stores.
"9 year old Chinenye Emeka got her buttocks burnt with hot electric pressing iron by her guardian, Mrs. Ifechukwu Akabekwa, because she used the money given to her by a philanthropist to pay her school fees without the permission of her guardian.