From Peer Educator to Trainer of Trainers…

Hey guys, it has been a while but only coz I was so busy.

My ICS journey ended well and really helped me into strengthening my passion for Human Rights and SRHR.

So I was lucky enough to be admitted for the Set- SRHR program which aimed at strengthening SRHR education and training capacity in Uganda.

It was such an amazing five weeks course and I can’t wait to start sharing my experience with you guys..

So briefly about the five weeks… I met some amazing friends from various professional background…
Well I continued to improve on my leadership and communication skills….

But the most amazing thing ever was the learning, unlearning and relearning…..
Now I’m working on my individual change project on Menstrual Hygiene management….Hope we continue to impact change in other people’s lives..

Thanks for reading and be blessed.

Placement ::Week 2::

Week 2 was from 9th June 2019 to 15th June 2019 and a lot of amazing things happened.We celebrated national heroes day, we had donor visit even though my team wasn’t visited.We did more SRHR sessions in two schools and with out of school youths.

I must say I have really developed and improved alot especially in my facilitation skills and communication skills.We also introduced the concept of social accountability to the school club

.And finally, in this same week, we did one practicle livelihood session with the out of school youth group (Afaayo Youth Development Group in Nakirubi) many community members attended and the event was successfully as many started making it immediately.

Thanks for reading; more updates coming.

Placement ::Week 1::

The first week of placement was from 2nd June 2019 to 8th June 2019.

In this week, we got to find out our counterparts and team and I found out that I was going to go to Nakirubi in kangulumira sub-county, Kayunga district.

That’s Kangulumira team::

And my teammates/counterparts were Alexandra Cheetham, Phillippa Jane Chapman and Namatovu Catherine.

That’s the photo we took before heading to the placement/host home.

It rained the whole day when we were traveling but we still manage to reach safely and settled in with our host family.

That’s me with our host dad, mom and sister… More about them later.

We also met with the school, teachers, stakeholders, youth groups and conducted , inductions, our first SRHR session in school, livelihood session with out of school youth group and also formed our social accountability club.

Thanks for reading, more updates coming up.