I've got more photos for you from this month's Born2Fly train-the-trainer workshops in Kenya. These are from Peter Kihungi and our partners at the WAPIS Centre (Wholeness Among People in Society) in Kenya's capital city of Nairobi. (You can see photos from our workshops at Upako Centre here.)
I love the theme of the workshops:
Trainings at WAPIS have been going on all month:
Kids going through the B2F program
Once the workshops are over, Peter and his team plan 3 months of outreach and peer-to-peer education and then will appoint trainers to teach Born2Fly's anti-trafficking programs for children and teens.
These "master trainers" will go all over Nairobi and elsewhere in Kenya accomplishing our joint goal: Reaching kids before the traffickers do. Pretty awesome, huh?
We created Born2Fly as a community program so we're always delighted when an entire community works together to teach it.
"We have seen a lot of engagements among the community members and this is a positive sign of acceptability," says Peter. "Thanks for all the support and encouragement Born2Fly has accorded us."
And Born2Fly thanks all our supporters and donors who make success stories like these possible!