COMMUNITY-BASED VIOLENCE PREVENTION
The program invests in grouping women, students, and bystanders at the grassroots, delivering a comprehensive, evidence-based, trauma-informed approach to prevent violence by changing cultural and social norms that support violence.
This super interactive training focuses on increasing awareness and prevention of sexual violence through practicing assertive communication, boundary setting, reporting, and de-escalation in huge and range situations.
GIRLS LEADERSHIP PROJECT
The program provides essential empowerment training for girls as a stepping stone to leadership. We encourage rural girls to stay and succeed in school, address girls’ health and well-being, and foster girls’ agency and confidence to help them pursue their dreams.
Given the risks associated with adolescent pregnancy and their elevated risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, the Zahara project work towards improving access to sexual and reproductive health information and services for adolescents.
WOMEN EMPOWERMENT – ELEVATE PROJECT
The program builds knowledge and attitude on women’s rights and entrepreneurship and provides a support system to help them become self-reliant.
The program aims to support young women who have experienced exploitation and oppression. It is crucial as it counteracts exploitation, feminization of poverty, discrimination, and disregard for their fundamental human right. Gender equality at the economic level contributes directly to poverty reduction and development.
Sexual violence is everyone’s issue; everyone is impacted by it somehow. Community mobilization focuses on giving ownership of the problem and its solutions to the community. Sexual violence prevention becomes the entire community’s responsibility, not just advocates and other staff of rape crisis centers. Mobilizing communities to respond to sexual violence and its risk factors ensures that initiatives are appropriate for a community and are more likely to instill lasting
change at all levels. Community members are seen as resources in this process and as having their
skills and knowledge to contribute to ending sexual violence.
We provide life long process and a journey to healing and restoration to survivors of sexual violence. The process is tailored to meet individuals with different needs. This care may include medical, shelter, psychological, educational, spiritual, and even vocational services.
Our goal is to provide healing for the future and a solid foundation to build a healthy, safe, and fulfilling life.
We empower and equip them with leadership skills, develop their communication, and provide them with platforms to feel loved and share the word of God.