The programme is one of the most cost-effective literacy programmes in the world. We train community volunteers as literacy facilitators, who are then equipped to run literacy circles in their own community
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One of the most destructive weapons in the assault against the family today is that of gender-based violence and Mothers’ Union is joining in the fight against it
Rachael Anderson, Mothers’ Union’s Events and Digital Communications Manager, is currently at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) in New York with a delegation of Mothers’ Union and Anglican members from across the world. Here she reports from the opening day yesterday (12 March).
Mothers’ Union member Marthe Vira, from DR Congo, was on Wednesday 14th March one of the speakers for the National Alliance of Women’s Organisations (NAWO) panel event “Child widows and young widows” at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW). Marthe presented on her experiences with war widows in her country’s rural communities