Chitungwiza Stakeholders Refresher Training on Referral Pathways and the Protocol on the Multi-Sectoral Management of Sexual Abuse and Violence in Zimbabwe

 

FAWEZI in partnership with Action Aid Zimbabwe (AAZ), Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe (LCDZ) and Family Aids Caring Trust (FACT) is implementing the Towards Resilient Communities with Health Equity and Safety for All, (TORCHES) Project in Shamva and Chitungwiza Districts The project aims to create communities where women and girls, including people with disabilities, are free from violence and have amplified voices and agency.

FAWEZI conducted a refresher training on referral pathways and the Protocol on the Multi-Sectoral Management of Sexual Abuse and Violence in Zimbabwe to Chitungwiza stakeholders on the 25th of February 2021. The proceedings of the meeting included presentations which were facilitated by the Department of Social Development, the ZRP Victim Friendly Unit, the National Prosecuting Authority and Family Support Trust.