3 Ways to Celebrate Women’s Month

March is Women's history Month!

To celebrate, Freely in Hope will be sharing ways to celebrate all month long! There are immense barriers for girls to pursue an education in our communities and much of this has been exasperated due to the pandemic. Yet, we believe that girls have the right to achieve their academic dreams which will enable them to have equal rights, form their own solutions, and create pathways for other girls to have opportunities to pursue their dreams. This is exactly why Freely in Hope exists—to provide educational opportunities for women so that they can build equal opportunities for girls worldwide. Want to learn how you can join us in this mission?

Here are 3 Ways to support women this month!

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Check out our virtual Hope Circle Launch Party! This event was hosted by our very own scholars and we can’t wait for you to hear uplifting stories from our scholars. These Hope Circle Connect Calls are usually exclusive to Hope Circle Members. But because it’s Women’s Month, we have opened it up to you! Come see what the Hope Circle membership is all about and become a member to engage in future conversations with our scholars on best practices for survivor-advocacy.

To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, Freely in Hope hosted a special virtual event on how we can achieve #EducationforEquality in Kenya and Zambia! 

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Establishing Relational Boundaries for Children

As parents and caregivers, we are not in complete control over what happens to our children, but it is our responsibility to protect our children by deciding which adults have access to them. Healthy relational boundaries are a necessary factor in preventing child sexual abuse. These boundaries determine and gauge the health of all relationships.

Disrupting the Cycle of Child Sexual Abuse in Kenya and Zambia

Learning about the causes and effects of sexual violence in our communities will provide understanding and strategy as we seek to disrupt the cycle of child sexual abuse. If we are to leave an impact, our efforts must be paired with prevention-focused conversations to inspire shifts in African culture. 

A Letter to Those Who Blamed Me As a Child

One day, my pastor spoke on supporting the broken. This message struck my core. Is this not what the church was meant for? I summoned all the courage left in my tiny body to tell my pastor what I had been subjected to by my perpetrators. He asked me if I screamed or if I have told anyone since. I took a deep breath and simply said no. He firmly and loudly told me that I must have wanted it, pronouncing his judgment against me.

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