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Date: Dec 3, 2010
Source: The Daily Star
Project launched to tackle violence against youth in Lebanon
By The Daily Star
Thu, Dec 02, 2010
 
BEIRUT: A human-rights organization launched a project to combat gender-based violence against teenagers Wednesday. “Enough Violence and Exploitation,” (EVE) in cooperation with Save the Children and under the patronage of Social Affairs Minister Salim Sayegh, launched the three-year project. It will be implemented in cooperation with two organizations in Yemen and the occupied Palestinian territories. Zoya Rouhana, EVE’s director, said the project aimed at raising the awareness of children and teenagers – aged between 10 and 17– of their sexual and reproductive rights. – The Daily Star


 
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