DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS NEED ECONOMIC HELP – ACTIVIST

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Following Guyana’s stay at home orders and the twelve-hour curfew, a
pattern of increasing abuse continues to emerge as victims feel trapped amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This is according to a Domestic Violence activist who has opted to offer free counseling to victims during this crucial time. Temika Rodney has the details.

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