The Special Project 2016/17 focuses on families and prevention of gender based violence.
The international project working with CWS and their partner Council of Protestant Churches (CEPAD) in Nicaragua, will fund more training programmes so young people and families can tackle the violence that is damaging their lives.
The New Zealand project works with family’s affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), a term that describes adverse development that can occur when a person is exposed to alcohol whilst in the womb. The organisation FASD-CAN plans to develop respite care options for families.
In this package is a CD containing more information, digital copies of the printed material and a power point presentation from CWS.
Working together as the women of Presbyterian churches and co-operating churches we can make a difference in the lives of others.