NEWS REPORT: Capacity building for members of MIFUMI Women’s Network
TO ENSURE FULL PARTICIPATION OF MEMBERS OF MIFUMI’S NETWORK, MIFUMI HAS STARTED CAPACITY-BUILDING SESSIONS FOR VARIOUS MEMBERS OF THE NETWORK.
Network members who have stepped into voluntary community rights activism have attended several trainings since February 2020 to prepare them as frontline case support workers. MIFUMI also developed a number of training manuals to continue structured training for all members of the network such as the Counsellor’s companion, the Duty bearer’s companion, the Caseworker’s manual among others.
Also, 60 members of the network have been trained and learned basic skills in social media use; as a tool for community networking, mobilisation, advocacy and learning.
MIFUMI believes these skills will enable these community groups confidently to lead community action in preventing and responding to violence against women and girls.
News 6: News Securing the Basic right to education for girls
Mifumi Primary School has a pupil population of over 700 each year. The school has both Nursery and Primary schooling facilities
MIFUMI has prioritised a prevention strategy at the unique social and economic problems of the village such as early and forced marriages for girls; and the fact that the village did not have a Primary School to secure basic right to education for children in Mifumi Village, MIFUMI included this need as a response area in its implementation strategies.