The REDES Project

A National Girls' Empowerment Network Created by PCVs in Mozambique

Volunteers and Facilitators in ACTION July 18, 2012

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This week hundreds of REDES facilitors, Peacecorps volunteers and REDES members are meeting at conferences all over Mozambique, we should be able to start posting pictures and stories from these conferences in a couple weeks but for now let’s look at some pictures and notes from the one of the REDES Training of Trainers (TOT) that got the volunteers and facilitators ready to have our annual member conference. Enjoy:

 

Central TOT:

The Central region’s REDES ToT took place at the ADPP in Chimoio. Twenty three Mozambican facilitators from Sofala, Manica and Tete provinces attended the conference.

 
Pictures 1 and 2: central facilitators participating in an activity that demonstrates the rapid spread of HIV/AIDSPicture 3: Catarina, a REDES facilitator from Sofala, helping to show the advantages of getting tested for HIV/AIDS

Picture 3: Catarina, a REDES facilitator from Sofala, helping to show the advantages of getting tested for HIV/AIDS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Picture 4 : Redes facilitators giving practice sessions to one and other to get feedback

Picture 5 : REDES facilitators from Tete and Manica on the last day of the Chimoio ToT

Picture 6 : OFELIA from our last post!

Picture 7 : Professora Redi from Tete province showing her REDES certificate

 

 

Great work facilitators and PCV’s! Next week more TOT pics and possibly videos! Remember REDES is on Twitter, @TheREDESproject and if you have questions or your own story for the REDES blog please email Agarland@elon.edu

 

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