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Call for Social Enterprise Organization

Initiative Africa requires the services of a social enterprise organization to collaborate with its Social Enterprise team to organize and implement activities that can reduce violence in schools. Please find below the necessary documents.

MCH Partners’ Proposal Template Call for Proposals SVI rev3 (1)

#PhysicalBullying #AntiBullyingweek #ChooseRespect #MakeChangeHappen #InitiativeAfrica

#PhysicalBullying is using one’s body and physical bodily acts to exert #power over peers it includes Punching, kicking and other #physicalAttack#AntiBullyingweek #ChooseRespect#MakeChangeHappen #InitiativeAfrica– join us and share this post to take a stand against bullying.

 #AntiBullyingweek #ChooseRespect #MakeChangeHappen

 #AntiBullyingweek

It’s #AntiBullyingweek with a theme of #ChooseRespect join our campaign and to #MakeChangeHappen #share this post to take a #stand_against_bullying #InitiativeAfrica.
People under 25 will, at some point, experience bullying. As a result, 1 in 3 will #selfHarm#grades_drop, will experience #socialanxiety#undermined_selfesteem, and #depression.
This year we are using #AntiBullyingWeek to encourage people to #SpeakUp about bullying by having an #EssayWritingContest in schools all over #AddisAbaba.

#TypesOfBullying #ChooseRespect #MakingChangeHappen

#TypesOfBullying #ChooseRespect #MakingChangeHappen

#Physical_bullying includes hitting, kicking, tripping, pinching and pushing or damaging property. …
#Verbal_bullying includes name calling, insults, teasing, intimidation, homophobic or racist remarks…
#Emotional_bullying includes harassment, disrespect,mistreat, hostility…
#Cyber_bullying Stalking, Hacking accounts, hate messages, anonymous threats ..

Call For Young Filmmakers – Workshop with Mr. Michael Havas

Embassy of the Czech Republic in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is Proud to announce that it is having a film workshop on Monday, November 5 with filmmaker Michael Havas. Come join us 2:30-5:00 PM @ American cultural center at National Archives and Library Agency (Wemezeker)!

 

Call for Students – Anti-Bulling Writing Contest

IA is calling for bright young Secondary students for a Writing Contest based on the international week of Anti-Bulling based on the following criteria:

  • School bullying (Physical, verbal, emotional and cyber-bullying) in schools
  • 500 – 1000 words max
  • English or Amharic language

Submission and Deadline: Submission deadline on November 25, 2018, 5:00 PM with the following methods.

In person: Initiative Africa Office around Bole Medhanialem, behind Edna Mall, Lucky Building, 5th Floor, R. No – 505, Addis Ababa

Email: Info@initiativeafrica.net

Google form: https://goo.gl/forms/9yyVejAcR6xWKhha2

Award

3 Winner students will receive books worth to 1500 ETB each and represented schools will get books worth ETB 10,000 from Initiative Africa.

Active Citizens Training – British Council


Initiative Africa was part of a training delivered by @British Council on #Active_Citizens #Social_Enterprise A world where people are empowered to engage peacefully & effectively with other cultures in the sustainable development of communities. #Globally_Connected_Locally_Engaged

Initiative Africa Working With Sida To Support Gender Equality In 4 Regional States, Addis Ababa And Dire Dawa

Initiative Africa is working with Embassy of Sweden/Sida to support the project entitled MAKING CHANGE HAPPEN to promote gender equality.

This project has four components:

  1. Reduction of Gender-Based Violence in schools and the workplace
  2. Sexual Reproductive Health Education in secondary schools
  3. Media and Communication to Promote Gender Equality
  4. Gender Mainstreaming in the workplace, (private and NGOs).

The project which is expected to have a three-year duration covers 92 Woredas in six regions of Ethiopia namely; Addis Ababa, Amhara, Dire Dawa, Oromia, SNNPR, and Tigray.  MAKING CHANGE HAPPEN targets 132,000 beneficiaries of which 70% are women

The support from the Swedish Embassy and other donors will demonstrate their commitment to combating violence against women and girls and ensuring gender equality in Ethiopia. In particular, the project will mean more support to women to improve their socio-economic conditions, more support to transform workplaces so that organizations can turn the talent, creativity, and intelligence that come with gender equality into a business success. This also means that there will be more support for children and young girls and their community in the fight against violence.