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Persons with disabilities and their families must at the very least be provided the same level of care and support during emergency situations to enable them to continue living independently. Health and education service providers should ensure that remote platforms are safe and accessible for girls and boys with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Psychological support should be available for caregivers.
“It’s an honour and a privilege to be a Get into Rugby PLUS coach,” says says Kitiana Kaitu, a primary school teacher from Nasinu, Fiji. She has recently qualified as coach and life skills trainer for the Get Into Rugby PLUS programme.
The main reason is the strong stigma towards women and girls who have been sexually abused. This is aggravated by perpetrators and the relatives who exert pressure upon the victim to suspend any legal process. The relatives of the victims fear public ridicule, and often prefer to keep [the truth] within the family, [away from the public eye].
When we talk about leaving no one behind we want to identify all these different forms of violence that women experience. This violence takes place hidden, but in plain sight, normalized so it is hardly noticeable. It becomes just part of life.
This Network was present this year during the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), held in March in New York, and participated in many side events. The priority theme of the CSW of this year was the challenges and opportunities for women and girls in rural areas. Africa’s presence, especially the rural women this year, was truly amazing. The participation was significant, and a qualitative contribution made to the text that was finally agreed.
And really, there are three major challenges facing young indigenous girls. There is violence, in their homes, there’s sexual violence in the communities. Then there’s the challenge of education—there are 168 communities and only 25 high schools, so there aren’t as many opportunities. And many of us have to start working at a young age, so we only have time to study on weekends.