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Ghana hotline serves LBQT victims of gender-based violence

One Love Sisters Ghana has launched a gender-based violations hotline where LBQT people can report gender-based abuses and seek assistance.

From the African Human Rights Media Network
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Publicity for gender violence hotline launched by One Love Sisters Ghana.


The mission of One Love Sisters Ghana is to empower women to embrace diversity in Islam. It focuses on creating safe spaces for conversations about gender-based violations within Muslim communities.

The group recently wrote on Facebook:

“Hello beautiful Humans,

“One Love Sisters Ghana is launching a gender-based violations hotline, which means LBQT persons can call and report all forms of gender-based violations they experience.

“The hotlines are operating 24/7 with correspondents ready to listen and render the assistance needed.”

Source: African Human Rights Media Network member Erasing 76 Crimes.