On the 25th and 31st of August ,FAWEZI facilitated School Related Gender Based Violence (SRGBV) referral pathway meetings between school heads from project schools and the CSO’s working in the Shamva and Chitungwiza Districts. The meetings were to connect the schools to the service providers and also establish the existing referral pathways in relation […]
On the 21st of September FAWEZI successfully held a Stakeholder meeting in the Muzarabani District to introduce the Project – “Prevention and Social Norms to End Violence against Women and Girls – Spotlight Initiative. FAWEZI signed a MoU with the Muzarabani Rural Council to kick start the implementation of the project . FAWEZI will be […]
From the 28th of September to the 2nd of October FAWEZI rolled out the Tuseme/Speak out Girls Empowerment model to the five project schools in the Rushinga District. We used theater performances to help the girls and boys to identify challenges that hinder their academic performance and also come up with solutions to them. We […]
On the 19th of June 2020 FAWEZI handed over personal protective equipment, reusable sanitary wear, and food packs at Madziwa Mine Primary & Secondary, at Wadzanai Primary & Secondary, and at Mingchang Primary School, all in Shamva. This was done to complement efforts in enhancing the level of preparedness for school opening in line with […]
On the 9th of July FAWEZI held an orientation of non-teaching staff in primary and secondary schools at Chimhanda High School – Rushinga District. The training focused on identification, reporting, and responding to sexual GBV. SRHR and harmful practices. This activity came under the project – Prevention and Social Norms to End Violence against Women […]
On the 27th and 29th of July FAWEZI trained the second group of teachers on Child Safeguarding and the National Case Management System in Shamva and Chitungwiza respectively. In attendance were Guidance and Counselling teachers and School Heads from project schools in Chitungwiza, and representatives from the Provincial and District Offices. Facilitators included Police VFU, […]
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.