On August 24th, 2017 the Domestic Violence Prevention Program visited Estelí's "Casa Materna Luz y Vida" to give a talk about "Sex, sexuality, gender and gender violence" to 18 women. Casa Materna is a temporary hostel caring for expectant mothers, especially from rural areas.
Karen Villarreyna, the program's psychologist.
Tania Chavarria Flores, social work student of the local campus of Nicaragua's National Autonomous University (UNAN) and working as an intern with the Domestic Violence prevention Program.
Warming up game with the participants.