TO ALL IN THE UPCSA
Please receive this correspondence from the UPCSA Gender Desk on the occasion of the International Women’s Day. The UPCSA commits to seek reconciliation, healing and justice for all. May God heal the wounds and brokenness. Let us ceaselessly work for justice.
I have also forwarded a video from Sonia Kwami, One.org for information.
Rev Dr Lungile Mpetsheni
Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa
Secretary – Africa Communion of Reformed Churches
P O Box 12355
Aston Manor 1630
Tel : + 27 11 727-3500
“I am doing a great work and cannot go down. Why should the work stop while I leave it and go down to you?” (Nehemiah 6:3)
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From: Sonia Kwami, ONE.org <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, 08 March 2021 12:15
To: Lungile Mpetsheni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: VIDEO: How the pandemic affects women
And how we can build back better
Today is International Women’s Day. As COVID-19 disproportionately impacts women around the world, we asked gender activists for advice on how we can build back more equally after the pandemic.
Watch the video below to hear what they had to say.
Women and girls worldwide have a crucial role in tackling the pandemic, and world leaders must include them into their plans to build back better after the pandemic. Watch and share this video if you believe in building back a more equal world.
Sonia Kwami, ONE.org
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