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Guyana National Domestic Abuse Hotline: 011-592-227-3454 or 225-4731

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The mission of CADVA, INC. is to provide a safe environment where individuals and communities can share and receive information to help combat domestic violence.

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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Babita Sarjou sculpture unveiled to highlight domestic violence in Guyana; survivors lament
Demarara Waves
Posted by: Derwayne Wills in Crime, News November 25, 2016


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The Babita Sarjou doll. The Caribbean American Domestic Violence Awarness (CADVA) organisation has unveiled a miniature sculpture of domestic violence victim, Babita Sarjou, whose skeletal remains were found earlier this year in a shallow grave in her husband’s backyard. Sarjou’s remains were found by police near a fence and alleyway drain at Seaforth Street Campbelville. […]


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Domestic violence…CADVA partners with artist to create a Babita Sarjou doll
Kaieteur News
Nov 06, 2016


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As a remembrance of Babita Sarjou, a human rights organisation has partnered with a Canadian artist to launch a doll that is intended to keep the memory of the mother of one alive and to tell the story of domestic violence homicide victim. The piece has travelled from Canada to the United States of America […]


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