HEBFPE supports global campaign for poverty and domestic violence eradication

Around 33% of women around the world - or about 1 million women – have or expected to encounter domestic brutality or non-partner viciousness in the course of this COVID pandemic. It is a worldwide contagion, a widespread encroachment on human rights and prosperity that has no social or financial limits. Along with domestic violence, another concern that has been addressed all around the world is ‘Poverty’. Hence, a global campaign has been acted out to empower children, their families and communities to end poverty

HEBFPE likewise recognizes the privilege of people to a way of life sufficient for their physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social development. Poverty harms children development, thus, prompts lower pay and wellbeing in adulthood. The Higher Education Board for Psychology Education (HEBFPE) presently reinforces worldwide campaign for eradication of poverty and domestic violence by giving 30 million dollars across various parts, from wellbeing and training to structure poverty elimination plans and open administrations.