Office of the Spouse of the Prime Minister & Zonta Club encourage communities to be protectors against violence towards women and girls


NASSAU, The Bahamas — Under the theme, ‘ORANGE THE WORLD’ Ann Marie Davis, wife of the Prime Minister and representative of the Office of the Spouse, joined members of the Zonta Club in a campaign to bring increased awareness and accountability to and an end to the social scourge of Gender-Based Violence (GBV).

In brief remarks, Mrs. Davis encouraged residents in communities everywhere to be our brothers’ and sisters’ keepers and protectors.
“Look for signs of abuse among your neighbors in your community and call the hotline to report these suspicious signs” said Mrs. Davis. “Let’s work together to bring an end to the scourge of violence against women and girls.”

Mrs. Davis is pictured with members of the Zonta Club and the former representative of the Office of the Spouse, Mrs. Patricia Minnis, as they tied symbolic orange ribbons around lampposts within the Englerston community during a brief ceremony on Saturday, November 13, 2021.