The training provided the platforms for young people to explore the effects of Gender Based Violence and the process of Gender Reconciliation so that both male and female will be treated with respect and dignity.
The training was conducted in all the States in the Northern Nigeria which includes: Taraba, Adamawa, Jos, Yobe, Borno, Bauchi as well as some Local Governments in the Plateau, Shendam and Pankshin respectively.
The training were conducted from the months of June to July, 2021.
Beji and Mary from SELL Foundation facilitated the workshop for 67 religious Novices and Postulants of the (SPS, MMM, SSL, OLA, Dominicans, OSJ, OSF, OP, DHS, DCPB and MSJM) The program held from 31st May to 4th June, 2021.
The participants viewed the process as a journey to self discovery. Some of the sessions explored were: Goal and vision setting, effective communication, group dynamics, essentials of Community and Cultural living and leadership.
The Facilitators encouraged the participants to take one step at a time towards unleashing their potentials and to align their passion with their vocation as well as ensuring that they are guided by the goals vision of their various congregations. It was a worthwhile experience for the team.
SELL VOLUNTEERS IN COLLABORATION WITH YOWICAN BODY CONDUCTED AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
Speaking at the event, Prof. Maxwell appreciated the SELL volunteers and other youth groups for their efforts in ensuring they reach out to other youth groups through their awareness campaign on the effects of drugs misuse and abuse. He wished the team a successful campaign.