The issue of Domestic violence must galvanize action in society since the figures of reported cases are staggering. This call was made by US Ambassador to Guyana D Brent Hardt at a function where he was awarded for his work in tackling various issues including domestic violence. The award ceremony was held by Diaspora organization […]
We do this by building the platform for our Caribbean communities through dialogue forums and breakout sessions against domestic violence through education and public awareness campaigns.
CADVA, INC. will leave a legacy and a roadmap for any one person who thinks he or she cannot make a difference.
CADVA is a registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit, Tax Exempt Public Charity Organization Registered April 7, 2011 in Florida, United States.
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APRIL 11, 2014 | BY KNEWS | FILED UNDER NEWS “I care about Guyana…I have often spoken about the critical contributions that Guyanese in the Diaspora can make back home here.” These were the words of outgoing US Ambassador to Guyana, D. Brent Hardt, who was yesterday honoured by the Caribbean American Domestic Violence Awareness organization (CADVA), at a […]