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Reports:The work done by during the month of May 2019.

On May 14-24, under the leadership of FWA, QPN Burundi organized a ten-day workshop on Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping (UCP). The venue was Kinindo training center (Mission Suedoise). We had a total of 20 participants, including 10 men and 10 women from 9 different Quaker organizations: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), Evangelical Friends Church (EFC), Trauma Healing and Reconciliation Services (THARS), FWA, Read More →

Reports:The work done by during the month of March-April 2019.

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM AND CAPACITY BUILDING On April 7-8, three people from FWA (the legal representative, the national coordinator and one nurse) attended a workshop organized by Quaker Service Norway (QSN). The main purpose was to improve our way of reporting. The facilitators were Jon-Magne Jonassen and Anne Britt Strømnes from QSN. Find the whole Report here http://www.fwaburundi.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/TRAINING-REPORT-FWA.pdf http://www.fwaburundi.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/FWA-AGBV-Project-Evaluation-Report.Final-Version-3.pdf http://www.fwaburundi.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/FWA-APRIL-2019-NARRATIVE-REPORT-final.doc

Testimony: the work done during the month of February 2019.

During this month of February 2019, medical follow up and home visits were done for our HIV positive people. On February 20, 2019, there was a meeting with some of our HIV positive people beneficiaries. The main topics were Observance and socio-economic empowerment. This is a testimony shared by one of FWA’S beneficiaries. “My name is Ndizeye Zamda. I got married when I was only Read More →

Friends Women’s Association: January 2019 Report.

The document below summarizes the work done during the month of September 2018. During this month of August 2018, medical follow up and home visits were done for our HIV positive people. Through Red Cross Burundi, nutritional support is provided to our HIV positive beneficiaries. Download the whole Report

The work done during the month of December 2018

On December 18, 2018 a team of three people from Quaker Service Norway (Roger Cassidy, Anne Britt Stromnes and Emilie Hognestad Sennels) visited FWA. The objective was to introduce Anne Britt Stromnes, the new QSN coordinator who will be replacing Kristine Hovland for 18 months. The following day on December 19, 2018, we went in the countryside with the team to visit FWA GBV trained Read More →

Friends Women’s Association: November 2018 Report.

On November 4-8, 2018, Grace HORANIMANA attended the AVP gathering in Uganda. On November 12-15, Ntahuba Parfaite, the national coordinator of FWA, attended a workshop on the best practices of UCP. This workshop was organized by Nonviolent Peaceforce at Brackenhurst, outside Nairobi, Kenya. Read the Full report here:

Friends Women’s Association: October 2018 Report.

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

Retreat: Action on Gender Based Violence(AGBV) Project Community Facilitators

On the 30th July-1st August 2018, Friends Women Association organized a three-day retreat for the AGBV project community facilitators. As per the objectives, the retreat was an opportunity for the AGBV project facilitators to share their own stories and challenges they are facing during their work in the community. Learn more by downloading this report: FWA QSN July 2018 Report

Nutritional support, Medical follow up and home visits for HIV people, August Report

During this month of August 2018, medical follow up and home visits were done for our HIVpositive people.Through Red Cross Burundi, The World Food Program has started to provide nutritional support to our HIV positive beneficiaries. Download the Report of activities done in August

Trauma healing workshops for Gender Based Violence survivors

In these two trauma healing workshops, there were 20 women from Kamenge in each workshop, The vast majority of these women were women who were abandoned by their husbands and started prostitution just for their daily survival. Learn more by downloading this Report

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