Author Archives: houseofsarah

Naviavia Agriculture Training 1st-3rd June 2022 HOS- UNDP Gov4res Small Grants initiative

St Pauls Association of Anglican Women Food Security and Livelihood Project Naviavia Village, Wailevu West, Cakaudrove, Fiji 1st June 2022 Parishioners of St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Naviavia, participated in a 3-day workshop (1st – 3rd June 2022) to foster the community ‘s resilient capacity to climate change, impacts of pandemic and external conflicts. This activity […]

Pacific Anglicans counter violence – Anglican Taonga 18 Dec 2021

Pacific Anglicans counter violence JULANNE CLARKE-MORRIS | 18 DEC 2021 | Source: Anglican Taonga The Diocese of Polynesia’s Ministry Officer the Rev Sereima Lomaloma has addressed European Commission members and faith-based gender justice leaders from round the globe to share the House of Sarah’s work on ending violence against women and girls. Ministry Officer for […]

#16Days: The Pandemic of Violence Against Women – Episcopal Church and the United Nations Dec 10th 2021

#16Days: The Pandemic of Violence Against Women December 10, 2021 Episcopal UN By Yvonne O’Neal, Diocese of New York In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, the Task Force on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and the Office of Congregational Vitality and Formation of the Diocese of […]

Archbishop Peter Loy Chong supports House of Sarah – 11th Dec 2021

During an interview and Media Coverage for Day 1 of the Men’s Ministry Convention for the Catholic Archdiocese of Suva. Archbishop Loy Chong was seen wearing a House of Sarah/ UNW supported by the Pacific partnership to End Violence Against Women and Girls T-shirt for the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence campaign […]

In the words of Sani Daoni: “I struggled with people who had power over me. Still, I was using the power to control people closest to me.” UN WOMEN

https://asiapacific.unwomen.org/en/news-and-events/stories/2021/11/in-the-words-of-sani-daoni?fbclid=IwAR2mFRyc5XO1rcOBtf58z2D-cEuO3RF952plaKdY7UJfRp0l3HGC–6Tp1Y In the words of Sani Daoni: “I struggled with people who had power over me. Still, I was using the power to control people closest to me.” Date: Tuesday, November 30, 2021 Interviewed by: Miho Watanabe Since 2018, the faith-based non-governmental organization House of Sarah has been piloting the project, PreventingViolence Against Women in […]

Evidence based approach needed: Akbar FBC NEWS 9th Dec 2021

Evidence based approach needed: Akbar Global evidence demonstrates that violence against women and girls is preventable within years and not a lifetime. Last year, Fiji embarked on a mission to develop a five-year Fiji National Action Plan to prevent gender-based violence – the only other country in the world to do so apart from Australia. […]