The Sanap Wantaim Campaign has gone a long way since its foundation in 2016 and since then has gone great lengths to dissolve barriers that hinder young men and women from reaching much needed help from service providers that provide assistance to survivors Gender Based Violence and social issues throughout the country.
The Sanap Wantaim Campaign is an initiative that aims to promote Gender equality, and equal opportunities for young women and aims to end Gender based Violence.
According to Sanap Wantaim member and Youth Coordinator, Joanna Oala, youth volunteers will now be able to have reliable information to disseminate to youths attending Sanap Wantaim sessions around the country when a new tool kit is launched in the coming month.
“The toolkit will also feature inside stories about real events that will shed much needed light into the world of survivors GBV and other issues.”
She also highlighted the positive development and impact that youths all over the country have portrayed since the campaign started branching out.
A new toolkit will be launched in June that will be put forward for use in urban and rural areas that tackles issues young men and women face.