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Capacity Building Caroline Macharia January 30, 2024
Capacity Building

Through a multifaceted approach to capacity building, the conservancy empowers community members with essential skills, knowledge, and resources. By fostering a culture of continuous learning and growth and initiatives to clear invasive Opuntia Stricta ( cacti plant), the conservancy has plans to equips individuals to contribute meaningfully to conservation efforts and pursue sustainable livelihoods.

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Our Approach
Education and Awareness

We work with schools, communities, and media to challenge stereotypes and discriminatory attitudes. Including implementation of educational programs to raise awareness about the different forms of GBV and promote gender equality.

Community Engagement

Involving community leaders, influencers, and grassroots organizations in anti-GBV initiatives. Promote community-based interventions and dialogue to address root causes.

Support Services

We have established and strengthened support services, including shelters, counselling, and legal aid for survivors. Ensure services are accessible, culturally sensitive, and tailored to diverse needs.

Healthcare Initiatives

We invite trained healthcare professionals to recognize and respond to signs of GBV. Provide comprehensive healthcare services for survivors, including mental health support.

ICT Center
Addressing GBV, FGM, and DV requires a multi-pronged approach that involves legal, cultural, educational, and social strategies. Collaborative efforts among governments, NGOs, communities, and individuals are essential to create lasting change.
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