FAWE is inviting educators, students, researchers, business and industry leaders, scientists and representatives of non-profit, private, and public agencies to submit abstracts for consideration. Interested applicants should focus on one of the following five sub-themes:-. i. Increasing girls’ participation in STEM – STEM pervades every part of our lives and STEM careers are often referred […]
FAWEZI hosted an SRGBV Learner Training on Tuseme/let us speak out/taura unzwike this week. Learners and teachers from Shamva and Chitungwiza project schools came to Mberi Primary School in Chitungwiza to participate. The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education from both districts also graced the event.
FAWEZI recently conducted District-Level and Local-Level Participatory Review and Reflection Processes (PRRPs). FAWEZI uses PRRPs to gather feedback from the community, in this case, on our program for “Empowered Adolescent Girls for Improved Quality of Life.” Specifically, we asked participants what we as FAWEZI should continue to do, or do differently, to ensure that our […]
FAWEZI was at Crowne Plaza this week to put on “The Programme for the Training of Teachers on Child Safeguarding and the National Case Management System” with partner ActionAid Zimbabwe.
FAWEZI hosted a number of activities for our program for preventing school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) this week. Firstly, we held a 2-day training for the sensitization of School Heads on preventing SRGBV. The first day took place in Bindura at Hermann Gmeiner High School, where FAWEZI facilitator, Daphne Chimuka, helped participants explore “sex, gender, and […]
The FAWEZI team had a wonderful experience facilitating a leadership training workshop organised by Chitungwiza Junior Council and School Prefects. The training session was attended by over 40 adolescent girls and boys who took part in lively discussions on leadership Skills and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR).
We did a monitoring visit to 5 of our project schools in Shamva District under our Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) project on the 26th and 27th of January. Our communications department also took the opportunity to document the impact of the project so far, and the responses were very encouraging. The learners are […]
“When donating sanitary pads to our girls let us also remember the panties” This is a quote from a participant at FAWEZI’s recent sensitization workshop for duty bearers. This workshop was held under our program ‘Empowered Adolescent Girls for Improved Quality of Life.’
Programs officer, Blessing Chitanda, recently organized an Amplify Change Partners meeting at the FAWEZI offices in Mount Pleasant. The meeting occurred on the 6th of December 2019 and involved Chiedza Child Care, Students And Youth Working on reproductive Health Action Team (SAYWHAT) and Regional Network of the Children and Youth People Trust (RNCYPT).
We have been rolling out the Tuseme/ Let us Speak Out/ Taura unzwike / Khuluma uzwakale empowerment program in our project schools in Shamva.
CONGRATULATIONS to FAWEZI National Coordinator, Lydia Madyirapanze, for scooping a Megafest Business Award last night! She was awarded the Northern Region Megafest Business Award for Female Executive of the year 2019: Silver Winner. FAWEZI is lucky to have Ms Madyirapanze running The Secretariat.
See the story “Young Woman Defies Odds” written by FAWEZI partner, Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe, about our joint-program! Young Woman Defies Odds By Martin James, Project Officer Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe Patience Muronzi (24) of Chitungwiza never ceases to astound the disability fraternity. She has exceeded society expectations to act against the exclusion faced by […]