Freely in Hope survivor-leaders are catalysts of change, role models for survivors, and leaders of system reform
Graduating as lawyers, healthcare workers and development workers, our survivor-leaders are equipped to change systems of oppression and bring freedom to their communities.
We establish safe spaces that equip our scholars for leadership. Our scholars are trained in:
When the survivors of sexual violence become leaders in the community, they protect the rights of women and children because they know how it hurts when rights have been violated. As a survivor-leader in the community, I will lead people in educating them on how to respect each other’s rights.
Freely in Hope Scholar
IMAGE: Leading Linda Toto, a workshop that teaches children to recognize and report sexual violence
Our scholars put their leadership skills to practice through our Storytelling Platforms
Freely in Hope is raising the next generation of Africa’s female leaders.
These strong leaders will normalize justice for girls, influence systematic change and bring an end to sexual violence in our world.