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A Prayer Answered

Monday, February 12 2018 00:00 WIB

NOW, Ata Layan is always eager to discuss domestic violence with her husband- from the various forms of domestic violence to how to stop it. But Ata herself, a housewife from the village of Poka in Ambon City, Maluku, has never experienced domestic violence. "I was given new information that opened my eyes to the problem," she said.

A Prayer Answered
The Arika Mahina Foundation are organizing public discussions on gender equality to inform women in Poka village in Ambon, Maluku.

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  • NOW, Ata Layan is always eager to discuss domestic violence with her husband- from the various forms of domestic violence to how to stop it. But Ata herself, a housewife from the village of Poka in Ambon City, Maluku, has never experienced domestic violence. "I was given new information that opened my eyes to the problem," she said.

    Ata only came to understand inequality in gender relations recently, after participating in gender equality training

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