8 June 2014
Following its two day meeting which
ended on Friday 6 June, the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa
National Gender Committee did an honest assessment and reflection of its own
effectiveness in executing gender activities for the organization as well as
the country’s progress in advancing gender struggle.
It found that a lot still needs to be
done to change the mind-set of the nation, and that a tool ought to be used to gauge
the success or failure through monitoring an evaluation.
Denosa 2nd Deputy
President and head of Gender Thandeka Msibi said as DENOSA we’ve noticed that the
statistics showed an increase in women to women violence aswell as the statistics
of women abusing children.
”As we approach the congress resolutions
to this matter,DENOSA National Gender Committee will ensure a proportional representation
in the activities and structures of the organization so that more women can display
their capabilities and leadership skills that will help and empower women in the
country Msibi added.
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