What are the most significant changes you have seen in your self, your work or your wider environment and community?
Contribute to our virtual exhibition and showcase your story of change via an art form that communicates your thoughts and feelings. Ten entries per country will then be invited to join MAP Impact Week 17-20 July online to collectively identify our most significant change stories.
The Foundation for Tolerance International (FTI) held a National communications event in Bishkek on 11 May to celebrate the use of Forum Theatre by young people from across the country, engaging over 90 participants in finding solutions to bullying within secondary schools.
Representatives of the Ministry of internal Affairs, the Bishkek Mayors Office, independent experts, schoolteachers and students were in attendance.
Gira Ingoma – One Drum Per Girl is now offering artistic workshops for girls on Saturdays and Sundays, in ten primary and secondary schools in Huye and Gisagara Districts in Rwanda.
On 6th May 2023, Ingoma Nshya Festival was launched at Huye Campus Stadium where 250 girls performed for parents, school leaders and representatives from Huye district. They discussed how to achieve gender equality in culture through education.