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Highlights of 2017

2017 Transformative Highlights

This was truly the year of transformation for us.
Take a look at everything that you helped us accomplish this year!

16 women in prostitution learned about sexual health, parenting, micro-business, and trauma healing in Nairobi.

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12 children practiced their literacy skills in our program that prevents child abuse which often occurs during school holidays.

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220 students in Machakos learned about how they can prevent sexual violence through our new high school curriculum that will impact even more students next year!

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21 girls learned how to value their body through growing in confidence and self worth in Lusaka.

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7 Freely in Hope survivor-leaders practiced their leadership skills by sharing their stories of hope, facilitating discussions, and leading sessions with hundreds of students in Nairobi.

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12 Freely in Hope scholars came from all over Zambia and Kenya to learn, grow, and heal together at our retreats this year. Nikole’s family joined us too!

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1,200+ people were directly reached through our survivor-led programs that end sexual violence across Kenya, Zambia, and South Africa.

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Mental Healing, a photo series

I was that sad girl because of the rape and trauma that had impacted me. I felt so hopeless. I even altered my name to pretend to be someone else. I had lost trust in everyone and thought that they were going to harm me just like the perpetrator did, I knew him well too.

Mental Health Practices for Survivors by Survivors

As a survivor, we often feel alone in our pain and suffering. This sense of loneliness may lead to depression, withdrawal, or self-harm. It’s important to remember that we are not alone and that there are systems of support available to help us heal.

Nurturing Your Child’s Mental Health

When it comes to children, you as the parent are the first level of support and that sometimes can feel like a daunting task. Beginning to care for your child’s mental health begins with knowing your child and what their “normal” looks like. Use that as a basis to understand and appreciate their uniqueness.

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