A DAY WALK AGAINST RAPE & CHILD ABUSE



Date: 31st July, 2020 ( Friday )


Time: 12 PM.


Take Off Ground: Okpara Square Independence Layout Enugu state.


#SayNoToRape


Rape is a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual penetration carried out against a person without that person's consent.

The WHO states that the principal factors that lead to the perpetration of sexual violence against women, including rape, are:

》beliefs in family honour and sexual purity;
》attitudes of male sexual entitlement;
》weak legal sanctions for sexual violence.

No single facet explains the motivation for rape; the underlying motives of rapists can be multi-faceted. Several factors have been proposed: anger, power, sadism, sexual gratification, or evolutionary proclivities. However, some factors have significant causal evidence supporting them. American clinical psychologist David Lisak, co-author of a 2002 study of undetected rapists, says that compared with non-rapists, both undetected and convicted rapists are measurably more angry at women and more motivated by a desire to dominate and control them, are more impulsive, disinhibited, anti-social, hypermasculine, and less empathic.




Major effect of rape include the following which could be grouped into the following:


》Emotional and psychological damage
》Physical damages or bruises on the body of the victim
》Possible infection of sexually transmitted diseases
》Victim blaming, secondary victimization and other mistreatment. Other effects of sexual abuse includes:

Gynaecological disorders

Reproductive disorders

Sexual disorders

Infertility

Pelvic inflammatory disease

Pregnancy complications

Miscarriage

Sexual dysfunction

Acquiring sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS

Mortality from injuries

Increased risk of suicide

Depression

Chronic pain

Psychosomatic disorders

Unsafe abortion

Unwanted pregnancy

Control and response to sexual violence (rape);response to sexual violence is comprehensive. The responses can be categorized as: individual approaches, health care responses, community-based efforts and actions to prevent other forms of sexual violence.

Sexual assault may be prevented by secondary school, college, and workplace education programs. At least one program for fraternity men produced "sustained behavioural change." With regard to campus sexual assault, nearly two thirds of students reported knowing victims of rape and over half reported knowing perpetrators of sexual assault in one study; one in ten reported knowing a victim of rape and nearly one in four reported knowing a victim of alcohol-facilitated rape.

Rape is a CRIME

Rape is INHUMAN

Rape is Abuse to RIGHT TO LIFE

#SayNoToRape

#JusticeForRapeVictims

#EndGenderBasedViolence


Southern Students Forum Of Nigeria a.k.a ASONIS are organizing a one-day Walk Against Rape in Enugu state.


This is necessary to show resentment over the killing and raping of students in Southern Nigeria.


We will also do the same (Walk Against Rape) in the South West and South-South regions.

The Association of Southern Nigerian Students (ASONIS) is led by Comrade Edeh Elijah Chinedu.


The creation of Association of Southern Nigeria Students (ASONIS) came after deep relationship developed with different zones students leaders and high degree of research and consultation.


Comrade Edeh travelled to the five Eastern States, to Delta and 3 South Western states. He spent 3 years researching the setbacks students face politically, economically, socially and spiritually due to lack of unity among the 3 geopolitical zones in southern Nigeria.


He utilized the history of southern Nigeria in 1900 where high productivity was attended due to high intellectualism that characterized people living in these zones.



Comrade Edeh's several relationships and consultations with NANS first national president, Hon. Comrade Sunday Oladele .D. from Oyo State strengthened his spirit and the actual implementation of the vision to unite and promote peace and progress in South East, South South and South West.


ASONIS: A DAY WALK AGAINST RAPE & CHILD ABUSE

ASONIS project July/August/September ( South East, South South and South West Nigeria )

Requirements (in Naira):

1. Banners ( 5 to 10 ) @ #50,000
2. Megaphone @ #20,000
3. Branded cap ( 50 - 100 pieces ) @ #50,000
4. Branded Polo (50-100 pieces) @#100,000
5. Logistics @#30,000
6. Refreshment @#50,000

Total = #300,000

To support or sponsor this event; contact any phone number here:

Committee secretary- +234 8107900301( SUG President Coal City University )

Committee chairman - +234 8143054995 ( SUG President IMT Enugu )

Coordinating Vice President - +234 8106359016

Convener - +234 9064215808.

We are receiving donations and value your support:


ASONIS National Bank Account

Name: Association Of Southern Nigeria Students

A/c No: 6060295188

Bank: Fidelity Bank

Rape is a CRIME
Rape is INHUMAN
Rape is Abuse to RIGHT TO LIFE

*#SayNoToRape*

*#JusticeForRapeVictims*

*#EndGenderBasedViolence*


ASONIS also campaigns against suicide.



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