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HOW WE WORK

Our programme strategies are interrelated and introduced together in paralell within any one partner community. Our programmes are mutually supportive and allow for cross-cutting themes such as locally appropriate psychosocial healing and reconciliation, good governance, gender equality and HIV prevention. Sinani prioritises genuinely collaborative community partnerships which promote ownership and sustainable participation.

The specific tools for project implementation include a combination of:  

Consultation with leadership and community based structures

Baseline assessment visits are introduced to solicit real needs

Residential training workshops allow for a deeper personal and group process of development

Practical training workshops which provide learning and practice opportunities

Community based mentorship and follow up visits to implement the practical aspects of the learning topics

 

 

 

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“These experiences were not meant to break us. They were given to us in order that we might be strengthened. It is the same boiling water that hardens an egg and softens a carrot.”- Sinani participant
“ The peace that we have experienced here today is remarkable. If only Sinani could have been here two decades ago – think of all the lives that could have been saved.”- Leadership forum member
“I wish to die here at the Sinani offices – the way people care for you when you are not feeling well.”- Person living with Aids
“We will no longer be known as the Beirut of Durban, thanks to Sinani.”- Leadership forum member
“I live next to an area where many people were killed. Every night I was woken by the voices and screams of those people. But the day after the ceremony the voices were quiet and have been at rest every since.” - Leadership forum member
“I wish to die here at the Sinani offices – the way people care for you when you are not feeling well.”- Leadership forum member
“I live next to an area where a lot of people were killed. I used to wake up hearing voices outside, but when I went out there was no-one. The day after the cleansing ceremony it was quiet and I have not heard the voices anymore.” - Richmond community member

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