Violence delays development: Sagoe-Moses
Contributed by NAMPA.
WINDHOEK, 03 DEC (NAMPA) – The Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare opened a three-day workshop on ending violence against children here on Monday.
A speech read on behalf of World Health Organisation (WHO) Country Representative Charles Sagoe-Moses highlighted that for the first time ever, violence prevention targets are included in the Sustainable Development Agenda.
WHO has been promoting an evidence-based and science-driven approach to violence prevention, said the country represent ...