“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 […]
FAWEZI supported our Shamva project schools this past week to host stakeholder meetings for the school communities. Our five project schools in Shamva are Mupfure Primary, Mupfure Secondary, Mutumba Primary, Mutumba Secondary, and Madziwa Rural Primary. The schools’ stakeholder meetings took place between the 11th to the 13th of November, 2019. FAWEZI supported the schools […]
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 […]
FAWEZI recently launched Tuseme/Let us speak out/Taura unzwike/Khuluma uzwakale in Shamva and Chitungwiza. The launches were closely followed by training of trainer (TOT) workshops in each district respectively. Tuseme uses theatre-for-development and trains girls to identify and understand the problems that affect them, articulate these problems, and take action to solve them. Through drama, song […]
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.’
Yesterday, 14 October, FAWEZI held an inception meeting under the project – “Empowered Adolescent Girls for Improved Quality of Life” – in Shamva District.