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May 17, 2021

Empowering Men to End Family Violence

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Withthe rise in violence among families in PNG communities, individuals, NGO’s and government departments have raised concerns through awareness and campaigns to end this social problem.


A series of workshop for men and boys was conducted overthe weekend at HolidayInn in Port Moresby by Aila Consulting Limited.

The workshop conducted is to create awareness to understand family violence andthe facilitation of where it begins and what effect individuals can conduct to overcome this challenge.


Facilitator and Motivational speaker Eddie Aila said self-transformation could be achieved when victims of violence share, learn and become advocates by discussing issues openly.


Aila highlighted that strategies of questioning, use of language, focus and understanding fear must be proactive by individuals to resist family violence.


The workshop had four sessions including sharing of experiences, discussions, team analysis and model coaching.


The ambition ofthe Aila consulting limited is to engage 1000 men before December 31st to empower ther men to encouragetheir behavioral flexibility and attitude and accept life processes.


The workshop was supported bPNG Power, Southern Cross Assurance and Frangipani Hire Car.


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