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Medical Care & Legal Aid

1 Year ago

To help victims of Gender Based Violence through legal aid, needs to NANTACHA spend over $1000 right from the initial stages of case reporting, arresting the perpetrator, hiring a human rights lawyer, transporting victim & perpetrator and accessing Courts of law. NANTACHA also requires just over $700 to give treatment to the victim of Gender-Based Violence and rehabiltation.
To achieve justice for the GBV victims we need your help please donate.



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Women Empowerment Programmes

9 Months ago

The process of rehabilitating a GBV victim comes with an empowerment programme which may be training her in tailoring, Knitting, art & crafting, farming and small business start-ups. This involves hiring trainers who charge approximately $200 monthly for each programme. To achive this we need over $20,000 annually according to statistics we have at hand.

Please we urgently need your help to help women achieve their freedom


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Education for All

3 Months ago

Education should be a basic need that can be afforded by any parent, however, this has been a myth in African societies. Most children start school as 8 years after baby sitting their little siblings for over 4 years. This is a violation of their rights too but because there is no solution to this no body worries about. This is why NANTACHA has come out to help these kids get into school and have a life ahead of them

Please we urgently need your help to achieve this!


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Girl Child Education

9 Months ago

The NANTACHA Programme champions its founders' objectives of improving people's livelihood through education of children by helping mostly those from marginalised societies and children of DV survivors to access qaulity education. However this can only be achieved with the help of people who forward their donations to us and we enable the objective come true. We really appreciate your donations

Please we need your help!


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Domestic violence is not a show of love. It is a manifestation of the control of women through the use of violence. Violence against women involves infliction of bodily injury, verbal threats, harassment and emotional abuse or the destruction of property. It is often used as a means of coercion, control, revenge or punishment on a person with whom the abuser is involved in an intimate relationship.
Domestic violence is a very common culture that is spread across the world. Our communities live according to customary law. Most women are subject to customary law whose main position is that women are subordinate to men. For this reason the use of violence has long been accepted by religious, cultural as an acceptable way of disciplining women. This is why NANTACHA has come-out to change this belief.
No, No, No, No!!, Perpetrators of violence will give excuses such as "my woman is poor at cooking, parenting or housekeeping skills". These faults are used to justify violence. But no woman deserves to be beaten and domestic violence is a crime punishable under our law.
So long as two people are in a relationship where one exerts power and control over another, domestic violence can happen whether they dwell in urban or rural communities. Domestic violence is experienced by people from all walks of life regardless of their race, gender, age, abilities or social class. It is experienced by people from rich and poor countries and among those who are educated or illiterate. It can take any form including physical, sexual, psychological or financial abuse.
No, No, No, No!!, Domestic violence can continue behind closed doors for a long time. Domestic violence is a crime and this makes it a subject of public concern. Women's rights activists have campaigned over the years and successfully shown that what happens to women in the privacy of their homes spills over to what happens to them on the streets, at the workplace, in schools and other institutions such as the church. This gave rise to the slogan "private is public". The right of women to be protected in their homes by their spouses not to be violeted of their rights instead.
The NANTACHA Programme champions its founders' objectives of improving people's livelihood through education of children by helping mostly those from marginalised societies and children of DV survivors to access qaulity education. However this can only be achieved with the help of people who forward their donations to us and we enable the objective come true. We really appreciate your donations we have so far received and we are glad to say, over 20 children are back in School.



$120 can Sponsor Each of these Children in School annually