Who We Are

Who Will Hear My Cry (WWHMC) is a charity that works to raise awareness around child abuse, rape, domestic violence and sexual exploitation.


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What We Do

We work in the area of prevention through education with young people, to minimise the risk of domestic violence, rape or abuse by challenging myths, preconceptions and building self awareness and confidence.


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How You Help

You give an extra person a voice; their cry is heard through your support of our mission to help put a STOP to rape, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and domestic violence.

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Broken Silence

It would appear that in recent years, many guttural cries are at last being heard globally. Both in the United Kingdom and abroad, cases of abuse are falling out of the proverbial skeletal cupboard. It's as though the current tide of silence has turned with brutal force since the breaking of the floodgates with the Jimmy Savile scandal in 2011; incidentally, the same year of his death. Allegations of sexual abuse have continued to echo from the aisles of the Catholic and other churches, corridors of Parliament, and even from as far as the Hollywood Hills. Mighty male perpetrators such as the Harvey Weinsteins of the world have fallen.

The chains of silence are steadily being weakened worldwide. One thing that has been glaringly obvious is that the predominantly male perpetrators have wielded much power over their predominantly female victims. Famous, influential, supremely wealthy women have also been caught up in the web of abusive secrecy. Sexual, emotional and psychological abuse and physical violence are certainly no respecters of persons or social class.

Although there is still a long fight ahead before the war against abuse is won, it is undeniable that with each new disclosure, the power of abuse is being gradually diminished. The walls of silence are crumbling. Things that were previously hidden in darkness are having the glaring light of exposure fiercely shone upon them. Prisoners are being freed daily as the battle rages on. 

WWHMC remains as committed as ever to campaigning and raising awareness about sexual abuse, rape and domestic violence in all its different forms. Please help us continue to positively impact, support and advocate on behalf of women and children who are victims in the U.K, Ghana and beyond. You can sponsor us by clicking on the 'Donate' button in the top right hand corner above. Thank you for your contribution.

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WWHMC Ghana, West Africa           


WWHMC currently works with women and children both in the United Kingdom and abroad, principally in the West African nation of Ghana. The charity practically supported and encouraged an unnamed client in achieving success in a recent criminal case against the accused, Maxwell Adzeame in August 2017 wherein he was found guilty. His Worship Isaac Apeatu of Agona Swedru District Magistrates Court, imposed a fine of 1,000 cedis (approximately £170) for Maxwell's physical assault of the victim following an altercation at her shop.

It is alleged that following our client's objection to Maxwell sending her workers on errands without her express permission, an altercation occurred wherein Maxwell is said to have pounced on his victim, grabbing her by the throat and physically assaulting her, to the extent of stripping her of all her clothing in the presence of her employees and onlookers alike.

In passing judgement, His Worship Isaac Apeatu admonished Ghanaian men in general to desist from the humiliating practice of stripping women in public during altercations. Despite the leniency of the judgement, our client is pleased that, with the necessary support from WWHMC, she had the courage to seek legal redress and see the matter to its conclusion.

 



 

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