As part of our Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) prevention program, outreach sensitization activities are carried out by the SGBV staff to create more awareness and provide education among the general public and students. Community outreach coordinator, Bosco Mubangizi, visited Boona School of Journalism in Rukungiri municipality, as they were ending their semester. Bosco had a great time speaking with student journalists and staff members of Boona FM radio station. Boona School of Journalism expressed its appreciation for our efforts to make sure communities are free from SGBV. They pledged to work with Nyaka in their respective communities and places of work.
We deeply appreciate your support to ensure Nyaka and our neighboring communities are receiving information to prevent SGBV and resources to help survivors when they are victims of SGBV.
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