Inter-Apostolic Women’s Conference September 2016

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Inter-Apostolic Women’s Conference September 2016

 

 

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AWET NOVEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER

16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence: Districts Commemorations

Is an annual international campaign that kicks off on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs until 10 December, Human Rights Day.
Apostolic Women Empowerment Trust participates in the UNITE Campaign, which has a different theme each year, along with the rest of the globe. The theme for this year is “Unite! Activism to
eliminate violence against women and girls.” We ask everyone to take part in this effort and to support and stand in solidarity with this action.

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AWET NOVEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER

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AWET SEPTEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER

AWET exhibits at the National Disability Expo 2022

The Apostolic women Empowerment Trust participated in the National Disability Expo in Marondera from September 6-8, 2022, together with other United Agencies in Zimbabwe, with the theme “Building a disability inclusive and participative society: Leaving No Person and No Place Behind. Apostolic Women Empowerment Trust exhibited at 2022 National Disability Expo to link with thousands of people with disability and service providers as well as presenting a range of informative and interactive presentations delivered by industry experts.

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AWET SEPTEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER

 

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AWET AUGUST 2022 NEWSLETTER

MOTHERS IN MUTASA ENDORSE FOR EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING

Breastfeeding, when done exclusively from the first hour after birth for six months and beyond two years, is one of the best way to ensure a child’s health and survival. It’s more critical than ever to begin life as a new-born being breastfed, according to the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Executive Director of UN Children’s Fund UNICEF. #Breastfeeding is a natural act, but it is also a learned behaviour.Apostolic Women Empowerment Trust believes All mothers must be supported to initiate breastfeeding as soon as possible after birth.

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AWET AUGUST 2022 NEWSLETTER

 

 

 

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AWET JULY 2022 NEWSLETTER

ADDIS ABABA KNOWLEDGE SHARING FORUM

In Ethiopia, Apostolic Women Empowerment Trust attended a Spotlight Civil Society Organizations (#CSOs) knowledge Sharing Forum on emerging promising practices and lessons learned on Ending Violence against Women and Girls and Harmful practices (#EVAWG/HR) and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights (#SRHRR). This initiative was supported by UN Women and
African Union under the Spotlight Initiative.

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AWET JULY 2022 NEWSLETTER

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AWET JUNE 2022 NEWSLETTER

 Masithethe Intergenerational Dialogue

Apostolic Women Empowerment Trust ActUbumbano BROTfurdiewelt and FaithtoActionet have been engaging the youth in an intergenerational dialogue #Masithethe meaning #LetsTalk; this was a safe space for them to talk about #SRHR sensitive matters with their faith leaders. In order to build interfaith and intergenerational partnerships for young and older generations to collaboratively bring about change on Sexual and Reproductive Health

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AWET JUNE 2022 NEWSLETTER

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AWET MAY 2022 NEWSLETTER

Menstrual Hygiene Day

For some menstruation may be an inconvenience to some who don’t give it much a thought. For millions of others, however, this most natural of reproductive cycle functions can mean abuse, the onset of menstruation can signal that a girl is ready for marriage and childbearing, stigma skipping school owing to pain and lack of sanitary hygiene products.

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AWET MAY 2022 NEWSLETTER

 

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AWET And STC unite against covid 19

Originally from Shurugwi Town Council News

APOSTOLIC WOMEN EMPOWEREMENT TRUST AND SHURUGWI TOWN COUNCIL UNITE AGAINST COVID 19.

On the 9th of February 2021 the Apostolic Women Empowerment Trust which was founded in 2016 donated disinfections to Shurugwi Town Council in an effort to fight Covid 19.They also donated 5liters of disinfections, 6 hats, 6 t-shirts and 10 boxes of soap each to WARD5, 7 and 10.The donations were officially handed to Shurugwi Town Council and 6 representatives of WARD 5, 7 and 10.

Apostolic Women Empowerment Trust has been active in 27 District of Zimbabwe including Shurugwi District, mainly responding to Covid 19 Gender Based Violence. The current Covid 19 Activities they are holding across the country are founded by UNICEF. The main objective of the current Covid 19 program is mainly advocacy for adherence to Covid 19 regulations so as to reduce the spread of Covid 19.These objectives include the following:

  • Mask up
  • Staying at home
  • Social distancing
  • Washing of hands

Commenting on the issue Shurugwi Mayor Cllr W.Gwinji cited that residents should stay safe and fight Covid 19

 

 

 

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AWET MARCH 2022 NEWSLETTER

International Women’s Day: Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow

 

This year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) was tainted by the Apostolic Women Empowerment Trust (AWET), which received support from UNICEF as part of the Global Spotlight Initiative. As the world celebrates women, eight districts throughout Zimbabwe turn orange.

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AWET March 2022 Newsletter

 

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AWET FEBRUARY 2022 NEWSLETTER

My Future My right: Child marriage rise among
the Apostolic Community

 

As more children turn 15 years old, most of their parents or guardian are struggling through thick forests and grasslands. With the coming of the pandemic and trying to make ends most families of the income is no longer viable.

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 AWET Newsletter February 2022

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