Overview of violence against women campaign 2010-2014
The NCDF’ initiated its Violence against women campaign with a regional conference held at the Cascadia hotel in St. Ann’s Port of Spain , Trinidad in September 2010. This regional conference brought NGOs from across the CARICOM area together. The conference was funded by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This allowed the foundation to pay for the travel and accommodation of the foreign participants. The conference was also well attended by NGOs based here in Trinidad. The regional conference was attended by representatives from Eleven CARICOM states. Those states included: Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Suriname and Trinidad & Tobago, Subsequent to the regional forum held in Trinidad in September 2010, the board of the NCDF held follow up consultation forums in Six CARICOM countries, namely Barbados, Suriname, Grenada, Jamaica, Trinidad and Guyana. The Forums were widely advertised in each country in order to attract a wider body of NGOs and other stakeholders. The Forums were well attended in each country. Click on the icons below to review the minutes of the Consultative process
Campaign Events 2013 & 2014
During the period September 2010 to 2014 The work of The NGO Caribbean Development Foundation on the issue of violence against women was funded by The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs , The British Foreign and Commonwealth office and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
We would like to thank the above mentioned governments for supporting our work on violence against women in the Caribbean Region.