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  • Organisation

    Pathways Foundation for the Poor (PFP) is a newly registered organisation that works with local communities using the members’ contributions. PFP works with groups of young women and young men in income generating activities. PFP is experienced in organising and training groups to have confidence in exercising their rights through participation in political processes. PFP also focuses on awareness creation for engagement in planning forums structured in the local government systems and sensitisation on strategic involvement in political processes; so that at the end of the day young women and men have a better representation of the right leaders who can represent others and have accountability.

    In 2017, practical training was also conducted to 20 members of Tumaini women group to equip them with necessary skills in the designing and processing of Batik clothing as part of an income-generating activity in Bunju ward. PFP worked with its partner MIBOSCO to build and strengthen capacities of 120 young girls in Kunduchi and Tegeta wards. Through community mobilisation, 120 girls from poor and vulnerable families showed interest to enroll in the tailoring training sessions conducted at Kunduchi Mtongani area.

    • Organisation

      Pathways Foundation for the Poor (PFP) is a newly registered organisation that works with local communities using the members’ contributions. PFP works with groups of young women and young men in income generating activities. PFP is experienced in organising and training groups to have confidence in exercising their rights through participation in political processes. PFP also focuses on awareness creation for engagement in planning forums structured in the local government systems and sensitisation on strategic involvement in political processes; so that at the end of the day young women and men have a better representation of the right leaders who can represent others and have accountability.

      In 2017, practical training was also conducted to 20 members of Tumaini women group to equip them with necessary skills in the designing and processing of Batik clothing as part of an income-generating activity in Bunju ward. PFP worked with its partner MIBOSCO to build and strengthen capacities of 120 young girls in Kunduchi and Tegeta wards. Through community mobilisation, 120 girls from poor and vulnerable families showed interest to enroll in the tailoring training sessions conducted at Kunduchi Mtongani area.

    • Project

      The bodaboda (motorcycle) youth empowerment project establishes learning platforms as an avenue to allow learning on government policy, procedures and principles, safety, leadership, confidence and increase self-esteem to bring about change by mainstreaming leaders with bodaboda backgrounds in decision making positions; to raise their voice and represent the majority by presenting issues affecting them. Since the bodaboda are growing in numbers there is need to have leaders who can represent them; those who are honest, have integrity, are good communicators, committed and accountable and have abilities to make decisions and influence others using negotiating skills.

      The project develops advocacy messages for change that are disseminated by Bodaboda drivers through various methods including wearing reflectors with advocacy messages and use of stickers with advocacy messages that are put on their bodaboda and any other public places. The project also strengthens the capacity of bodaboda youth in leadership and confidence skills as well as promoting their civil and political participation in order to have representation in the decision making institutions for addressing their issues of concern.

  • Project

    The bodaboda (motorcycle) youth empowerment project establishes learning platforms as an avenue to allow learning on government policy, procedures and principles, safety, leadership, confidence and increase self-esteem to bring about change by mainstreaming leaders with bodaboda backgrounds in decision making positions; to raise their voice and represent the majority by presenting issues affecting them. Since the bodaboda are growing in numbers there is need to have leaders who can represent them; those who are honest, have integrity, are good communicators, committed and accountable and have abilities to make decisions and influence others using negotiating skills.

    The project develops advocacy messages for change that are disseminated by Bodaboda drivers through various methods including wearing reflectors with advocacy messages and use of stickers with advocacy messages that are put on their bodaboda and any other public places. The project also strengthens the capacity of bodaboda youth in leadership and confidence skills as well as promoting their civil and political participation in order to have representation in the decision making institutions for addressing their issues of concern.

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