As we continue to fight Gender based Violence in our communities, we do believe that better solutions come from us.

Erwau Carol Akello, the Administrator for PG3 Logistics. , one of the sponsors for the KICK THE BALL, KICK OUT VIOLENCE football game believes women should come forward and tell their stories

“In order to bring about change, it is necessary for us women to come forward, tell our stories and request that perpetrators are held accountable. Mechanisms must also be set up to ensure that women are listened to and that they receive emotional support and practical advice”.

The continuous harassment in the place of work based on gender can only be addressed when workers are aware of their rights and the power they hold to report such acts and still stay safe and keep their job.

“Speak Out”, “Come Out”, “Share” and together, we can end GBV