The first Sistas Savve module that the women from Ngalita’tae are focusing on covers leadership, gender issues, women’s rights and human rights. These sessions are run by Clarine Toki, a peer educator from the YWCA. Clarine is a passionate and energetic young woman who is part of the Ngalita’tae community. The sessions are very interactive- they involve group activities, games, drawings and discussions. The women are really engaging with the content.
Examples of questions covered in these sessions include:
- What makes a good leader? What makes a bad leader?
- What are human rights?
- Is the right to feel safe in our communities and homes important?
- What is discrimination?
- What is gender?
Clarine Toki (YWCA peer educator) talks about human rights
Sharing of ideas