Under the support of Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP), a delegation of five people from Quaker Peace Network (QPN) Burundi joined Mel Duncan (Cofounder of NP) for a field exposure in South Sudan from October 29th, 2019 to November 10th, 2019. The purpose was to learn how Unarmed Civilian Protection skills are used on the ground. The result was that we came up with a proposal for the 2020 elections monitoring.
NTAHUBA Parfaite, the national coordinator of Friends Women’s Association, attended the Segal Family Foundation 2018 Annual General Meeting on October 4-6, 2018 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi. Get the summary of the October activities by downloading this report: FWA October 2018 Narrative Report
On August 5-9, 2019, the national coordinator of Friends Women’s Association (FWA),Pastor NTAHUBA Parfaite, attended a dialogue exchange program organized by theAmercican Friends Service Committee (AFSC) at the Concord&Suits Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. The purpose was to help goal-peace practitioners, donors and other key stakeholders shiftaway from traditional short term ‘event based’ models of prevention of…
On February 7th, 2018, Pastor BUCURA David, the coordinator of the African Great Lakes Initiatives (AGLI) visited FWA to see the work we are doing on the ground.In the month of February 2018, a total of 134 people received pre and post HIV test counseling and were tested for HIV; 56% of them were women…
On May 11-15, 2020, under the support of Segal Family Foundation (SFF), seven of FWA staff involved in the self-help (SHG) approach benefited a training for a better monitoring and evaluation of the SHGs. Facilitators were from BIRATURABA. FWA MAY 2020 NARRATIVE REPORT RSS May 2020 Report
Bertha Small, a medical doctor and the clerk of the Peace Committee at the Canadian Friends Service Committee (CFSC) visited FWA to see the work we are doing on the ground. Learn more by downloading the June Report of activities
On February 23-29, 2020 Horanimana Grace and Misago Gisele, two of FWA trauma healing facilitators attended HROC advanced training at HROC Musanze center in Rwanda. Family Health International (FHI) has organized capacity building on target and index screening for Ntaseka clinic staff Get the whole report here