Ann-Marie Davis, wife of Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis and current representative of the Office of the Spouse, along with Patricia Minnis, former representative of the Office of the Spouse, together tied the first orange ribbon for the 2021 “Orange the World” campaign against gender-based violence (GBV).
Davis and Minnis spoke in solidarity against incidents of violence towards women and girls in the country.
Led by the Zonta Club of New Providence, Bahamas, the campaign is part of international advocacy against violence. After the first bow was tied at Lincoln Boulevard Park, Zontians went throughout the Englerston and wider community tying bows and speaking to residents. Zonta received support from the Royal Bahamas Police Force, Rotary Club and Englerston community leaders.https://ewnews.com/former-and-current-representatives-of-office-of-the-spouse-of-the-prime-minister-come-together-against-gender-based-violence