Updated Jul 21, 2020
Part of WHO (World Health Organization)http://www.ebolagrandchallenge.net/africa-stop-ebola-music-and-media-campaign
Gender Bases Violance- education depriviation, employment segregation, economical bias, business bias,
Gender Based Violence- will be improved in the following categories: 1) education-women and girls should understand the importance of education- 2) Women empowerment-to provide different skills to improve their economic status 3) To engage men so that they can be affective allies and start working hand to hand with women to achieve gender equality. 4) Equip women with digital development skills for communication with officials and networking- to find more opportunities.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||1,000|
|Recruit||2 management, 2 boards, 1 advisory, 1, accountant, 2 secretaries, 2 training professionals, 10 volutees|
Martin Lukando MBA, worked in Tanzania as a Director of Meteology- he worked in Swaziland and Kenya as well Joyce Muzuma warked in USA as Medical Laboratory Scientist with ASCP certisfication worked in Tanzania as a high School Teacher Mary Itandu- worked as a high school teacher and she worked in UK as well
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN