Linda Toto means “protect the child” in Kiswahili. This program impacts parents and caregivers from diverse socioeconomic and tribal backgrounds, especially those living in informal and rural communities. These educational workshops train parents and caregivers on sexual abuse awareness, prevention, and response.
I find my healing through art and storytelling. I am narrating my own story in a way that brings healing to others by encouraging them to be open and embrace storytelling too.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages around the world, women and girls have been exposed to more vulnerabilities that are being exacerbated by the crisis.
How you respond as an advocate can be critical in shaping the healing process for a survivor.
For so long, the girl child has been abandoned. Withholding education from the young girl has caused her to be seen as an inferior being,
In telling our stories, we regain control over the narrative. We prove to ourselves that we are unbroken.
The room was full of talent and we were honored to have this student from our partnering High School share her gift of spoken word with us.
We have laughed at the crazy activities and jokes that were part of the lesson, cried when we needed to, became angry at the realities of injustice, and spoke up to voice our opinion.
Since its inception in 2018, we have been able to reach over 3,000 students in 10 different schools in Kibera, East Africa’s largest slum.
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