Happy New Year world, it’s been a while and we are H4AB had some slow start to the new year for reasons beyond our control.
We are however excited to present to you our second year report, one which in addition to our successful completion of the AAF project for IDPs, also saw our founder doing so much in furtherance of our goals.
A rapist given a life sentence; an advocate and barrister planning to keep fighting. This is the best judgment of my 12 years of legal practice. It’s a big win and the best Christmas gift I could ask for this year of all.
International Human Rights Day 2020…hear us world. Our human rights even as persons with a lived experience still matter just the same…respect them and nothing for us without us… #mymentalhealthmatters #myhumanrightsmatter
On the eve of the second anniversary of our Organization Hope for the Abused and Battered, it is but very apr that our founder muse on what we do with fear and failure. She of course uses her personal experiences, many of them laid down in jsr 4th memoir ‘What’s the Worst Case Scenario: Fighting the fears within mindful of my mental challenges’. What do you dear reader do with fear and failure?
Thus says our founder: “It’s been a thrilling journey, and am so so proud of my baby and I. Am so so so grateful for all Angels on my path. Those who have trusted us to help them, work with them, receive from them, awwwwwwwwww, am short of words”.