The Jordanian parliament voted to abolish a provision in the penal code that allows rapists to escape punishment if they marry their victims.
In the ever-changing context of Nepal, there needs to be a favorable environment for civil societies to play an active role.
On the picture we can see two girls, Nour and Mala from the Haja Rafika center. What will the future be like when these girls grow up – will there be a change for persons with disabilities and women in general?
Luma Jamjoum has made up her mind. Her two sons, Faris and Omar, will have the same right to a good health and will be respected even though they have different circumstances in life.
Despite the schools deficiencies it is important that the children show up every day. In school they learn how to be children and are not drawn into all the problems and challanges of the world of adults.
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