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The Jamil and Nyanga Jaward Foundation recently organized a session in the Dwazark community to empower less privileged women and widows by raising awareness about their rights. The session, led by the foundation's field staff, Solomon Temgbeh, and Hawa Bintu Dauda, covered crucial topics such as inheritance rights, navigating legal systems, and accessing support services.

The widows expressed deep gratitude for the valuable knowledge provided, which will help them protect themselves and their children. The foundation's initiative aims to create a lasting impact by empowering women to make informed decisions, seek justice, and access necessary resources. This move is designed not only to improve individual economic stability but also to contribute to the socio-economic development of the entire community.

The session is part of the foundation's broader mission to create sustainable impacts in vulnerable communities through education and advocacy. By equipping women with the knowledge of their rights, the foundation aims to foster a more empowered and resilient community, ensuring that these women can navigate their challenges and build a better future for themselves and their families.

The positive impact on communities like Dwazark underscores the transformative power of grassroots initiatives. The foundation remains committed to championing the rights and empowerment of less privileged women and widows, making a tangible difference in their lives, and contributing to the overall development and resilience of their communities.

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