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Project Alert Violence Against Women kicks off the #BreakTheCycle Campaign



Nigerian based NGO ‘Project Alert Violence Against Women’ has just kicked off the #BreakTheCycle campaign to raise awareness on the effects of domestic violence on young children. In these haunting videos, children are captured internalizing and adapting to the horrors they witness in a household with domestic violence.

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“Domestic violence has a huge impact on children who live in such toxic environments. The environment is tense, unpredictable and often dominated by the fear of what would happen to themselves, their mother and siblings. Children who live in such homes suffer physical, psychological and emotional trauma,” explained Josephine Effah Chukwuma, Executive Director, Project Alert Violence Against Women in a statement.

Children learn what they see… Spread the Message #BreakTheCycle

You can join the conversation on social media via #BreakTheCycle.

Follow Project Alert Violence Against Women on social media

Instagram: @projectalertVAWng

Twitter: @projectalertVAW

Project Alert is a non-governmental women's rights organisation set up in January 1999 to promote and protect the rights of women and young girls.

Project Alert seeks to influence society by actively advocating for zero tolerance for all forms of violence against women / young girls.

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  1. joyin

    July 2, 2018 at 8:29 pm

    LOUD IT! Because people will still insist on stay for the sake of the children, forgetting that whatever you are staying and experiencing, the children are experiencing it with you. A broken home is a home without peace, regardless of whether father and mother are together and are sir and lady chukuolisa in st Magdalene’s church of God. Children deserve a happy home, in whatever shape or form that is!!

  2. Andrew Ekwenuya

    October 24, 2018 at 8:44 am

    I will love to support this campaign you can contact me.Thanks

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