Channel 5 News interviews Kudakwashe Nyakudya

The cuts in funding for Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) services are causing widespread closure of services, resulting in a detrimental domino effect on the experiences of adult and child victims. One of the services which has been facing closures in recent years, which has now reached a very critical point, is that of refuges (safe houses) for adult and child victims.

In their special report today on this matter, Channel 5 News interviewed our Founder Director Kudakwashe Nyakudya. Drawing from her own personal experience, she boldly spoke about how refuges have saved the lives of women and children year after year.

It is crucial to recognise that refuges are a life line, which must remain available for victims. The closure of refuges across the UK has and will continue to worsen the suffering adult and child victims experience in an immeasurable way.

Also see:

Refuge centres for abused women ‘shutting down due to funding cuts’

Kudakwashe On BBC News: Cross government overhaul needed for Domestic Violence Abuse services

Eradicating DVA in faith communities over the long haul

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We coach survivors of Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) to reach their full potential, & completely prosper in it. We also train faith communities & professionals on how to effectively tackle all forms of DVA that exist in faith communities. Our founder survived 10 yrs of DVA, & became wonderfully restored as she was determined to rebuild her life. Midlands, England ·

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