Who We Are
SHEEKO SHEEKO CAMPAIGN
The Neighbourhood, Friends, and Families project is an Ontario wide initiative which aims to prevent violence against women and to promote awareness and action by those who see the warning signs of abuse against women. This NFF Campaign is brought to the Somali Community by Family Service Toronto.
The Sheeko Sheeko Project is part of the NFF Immigrant and Refugee campaign, funded by the Ontario Women’s Directorate. In essence, the project is a campaign to promote positive change through education, with the aim of ending violence against women and their children within the Somali-Canadian community in Toronto, Hamilton and Kitchener. The work of the project centers on raising awareness about abuse in families and its impacts on individuals and the community at large.
Ontario Women’s Network was established in 2015 with the mission to end all violence against women and children. Currently, there are three cities that are collaboratively engaged with Ontario Women’s Network: Toronto, Hamilton and Kitchener.
ENOUGH. LET'S END ABUSE ALL TOGETHER
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