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This project set out to achieve a shift in behaviour and attitudes through interconnected community interventions to reduce the prevalence of harmful traditional practices affecting women and girls.
DDP Charity Concert on Friday 21 October 2022 at St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich. Featuring Fine City Chorus, Norwich Harmony – and award-winning mixed chorus Mosaic.
It was a pleasure to welcome Egide Ndayizeye, convenor Burundi Light of Life Action, to DDP.
Meet Abera, a 45 year old religious and community leader who had no knowledge about harmful traditional practices like FGM, but now works for their eradication.
Thank you to Quaker Meetings in Norfolk and Suffolk who hosted recycling sacks in their Friends’ Meeting Houses, raising funds for DDP.
We are very lucky to be able to welcome four Master’s students from the UEA School of International Development to placements at DDP this summer.
Senior officials at Manicho Health Centre are pleased that DDP and BL have intervened to address the prevalence of harmful practices in Malga.
One of many Community Conversations across Malga District, changing public attitudes towards harmful practices.
Read our Spring e-Newsletter, with a focus on DDP partners in Nepal. Please subscribe to receive it by email.