The last week of August 2017 has been an exciting time for UZIKWASA. Our senior programRead More
- In a four-day training we work with the entire village leadership of 30 women and men, supporting them to become better listeners and be more appreciative and facilitative in their interaction with others. Transformative leadership skills are developed and maintained through reflective training and coaching.
- The messaging power of media has been an integral part of UZIKWASA’s programming for over a decade. But we don’t just distribute films and literature with positive messages in the hopes that something will stick.
MERL & Sharing
- UZIKWASA’s approach to fostering lasting social change is complex, and its outcomes are nuanced. That’s why our M&E system collects a variety of information in Pangani communities, from indexed case studies to police data, and from community diaries to participatory surveys.
Our Culture on the move
- Our Culture and traditions are subject to a dynamic process of constant change. UZIKWASA engages people in a dialogue guided by the concept “holding on and letting go” and the the question “what is still dear to us and what do feel we would like to let go? We believe that through an in-depth understanding of traditions and practices among all community groups they are enabled to build a new cultural identity for all Pangani residents, a progressive culture that respects the rights of each community, women and men, girls and boys.