On Friday the 6th of November, FAWEZI helped put on a roadshow. The roadshow was done in partnership with the Victim Friendly Unit, the ZRP CID Drugs, The Dept of Social Welfare, and other Civic based organisations. The event was put on to commemorate 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence and took place at Makoni Shops, Zvido Shops, along First Street and Unit L Shops in Chitungwiza. This event was put on under the program ‘Empowered Adolescents for Improved Quality of Life,’ a program that FAWEZI runs with ActionAid Zimbabwe.
FAWEZI recently hosted Community Sensitization workshops in both Shamva and Chitugwiza Districts. These workshops were through our program ‘Empowered Adolescents for Improved Quality of Life.’ Read more
Yesterday, 14 October, FAWEZI held an inception meeting under the project – “Empowered Adolescent Girls for Improved Quality of Life” – in Shamva District. Read more
It was a full house on 11 October for the launch of FAWEZI’s project addressing school-related gender-based violence. Read more
FAWEZI recently hosted two 3-day teacher training on Gender Responsive Pedagogy (GRP), Classroom Management, and the Whole School Approach (WSA). Read more
FAWEZI visited 3 of our project schools in the Shamva District under the School Related Gender Based Violence (SRGBV) on 30 September 2019. Read more
FAWEZI took part in the Action Aid Zimbabwe inception meeting
for the “Empowered Adolescent Girls for Improved Quality of Life” project as one of the implementing partners this week. FAWEZI National Coordinator Lydia Madyirapanze gave a presentation on the FAWE Tuseme / Taura unzwike/Khuluma uzwakale Girls empowerment Model during the meeting. The goal of the project is social and economic empowerment of adolescent girls and young women in Zimbabwe. FAWEZI wishes to aid in developing a well rounded Zimbabwean adolescent, by implementing unique best practices and models addressing violence against women and girls, comprehensive sexuality education, and economic empowerment.