GOSA’s “Girls on Fire” campaign was created in 2015 to coincide with the 16 days of Activism from the UN. We changed this to “16 Days of ACTION for no Violence against Women and Child Abuse” GOSA believes women should be empowered and enable to protect themselves and their families rather than merely protest at the current state of affairs. We don’t see women as victims. Skilled, determined and equipped with the appropriate tools to protect themselves and their families, we are #VictimsNoLonger. We will be embarking on several programs to promote responsible women firearm ownership in South Africa and further afield.