End violence against women

All Woman

Renee Rose (second right), corporate programmes manager at LASCO Distributors Limited, and Tacquise Campbell (second left) 2019-2020 LASCO/Nurses Association of Jamaica Student Nurse of the Year, make a stand to end violence against women and children alongside Kerrian Lawes, registered nurse midwife, Spanish Town Hospital, and Serica Brandon-Betty (right) nurse educator and registered nurse midwife at the University Hospital of the West Indies on November 23 during the Orange Walk in Spanish Town.

#Orangetheworld is the tag used to mark the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, an annual international campaign that kicks off on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs until December 10, Human Rights Day.




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