Our scholars advocate for justice by sharing their stories.
Our Storytelling Platforms seek to end sexual violence in our communities.
In 2019 we served:
Training high school students to prevent sexual violence
In our community, 50% of students believe it’s a man’s right to have sex with women. Eneza, making “make it known” in Kiswahili, is a ten-week curriculum that trains high school students about consent, healthy relationships, and sexual violence prevention.
Educating children to recognize and report sexual abuse
Globally, 1 in 2 children have experienced violence in the past year. Jasiri, meaning “Brave” in Kiswahili, educates children on body autonomy. By educating children about sexual abuse, they will know how to speak out against it.
training parents and caregivers to prevent child sexual abuse
Linda Toto means “protect the child” in Kiswahili. These educational workshops train parents and caregivers on sexual abuse awareness, prevention, and response. The workshops help parents educate their children on body autonomy, safe touch, and how to recognize and report sexual abuse.
Super Girls Revolution
Providing a safe space for teenage girls to learn to bring light into the world.
empowering women in prostition to achieve their vocational dreams
TRAINING COMMUNITY ADVOCATES ON BEST PRACTICES TO ENDING SEXUAL VIOLENCE
Advocates Connect and Advocates Workshops invite leaders, practitioners, and advocates to share, learn, and train in best practices that end sexual violence. Advocates are able to strengthen networks and share resources to build stronger systems.
To bring our storytelling platforms to your community, get in touch!
Our survivor leaders and advocates from Kenya, Zambia, and the US are available to facilitate workshops, trainings, retreats, conferences, and community gatherings around the world.