ASONET AND DDP WOMEN'S DIALOGUE ON ACCESS TO SOCIAL SERVICES

ASONET AND DDP WOMEN'S DIALOGUE ON ACCESS TO SOCIAL SERVICES

The DDP (Democracy Development Program) and ASONET (African Solidarity Network) in partnership with other women organisations held a women’s dialogue at the Diakonia Conference Centre on Saturday, 18 March 2017.

STHABISO MDLEDLE

The theme of the dialogue was Access to Social Services by Women.

The dialogue was attended by several African women from various countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and South Africa.

According to one the facilitators Jenny Boyce these dialogues are a platform for women who go through certain hardships in their homes/lives to share their stories, listen to other stories and come up with solutions to these issues.

She said that women who come to South Africa (SA) from other African countries are the same as any other women in this country (SA). She said: “We face the same problems; our pains are the same. As women, we are peaceful, loving and caring creatures by nature, it’s our job to love and protect one another”.