FAHAMU Participates in the Development of the Siaya County Health Strategy

On 24 and 25 of March 2015 Fahamu participated in a meeting with the Siaya county health executives and other non state actors on health to discuss the ongoing process of developing the Siaya county health strategy in line with some key African Union instruments on health namely; The Abuja Call for Accelerated Action Towards Universal Access to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Services in Africa and The Africa Health Strategy 2007 – 2015.

African Higher Education Summit live on Livestream: 10 - 12 March 2015

You are invited to take part in the African Higher Education Summit, a three-day continental summit focused on “revitalizing higher education for Africa’s future.” Follow discussions with student leaders, heads of state, ministers of education, entrepreneurs, academics and international development partners as they develop a common vision geared towards transforming Africa’s higher education system for the next 50 years. Link

Join Mapinduzi Afrika!

Fahamu has launched Mapinduzi Afrika Mailing List for progressive individuals and groups throughout the pan-African world to share their thoughts, experiences, events, strategies, struggles, opportunities and updates in the ongoing efforts to destroy entrenched oppressive, anti-people systems. Sign up!

Fahamu's Movemement Building Forum at the 2014 Zinduka Festival

The Movement Building Forum was convened by Fahamu Africa aimed at creating consciousness amongst   Zinduka participants to strengthen and nurture social movements in East Africa region. Fahamu is a pan-African organization whose vision is a world where people emancipate themselves from all forms of oppression. Fahamu exists to strengthen and nurture the movement for social justice in Africa through learning for change.

Fahamu's Transitional Justice Study Dialogue in Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire

From 29-31 October 2014, Fahamu is holding an Adilisha (To educate) Study Dialogue in Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire. Fahamu will deepen the learning process of activists dealing with peace-building and conflict resolution for them to explore transitional justice mechanisms as they uniquely manifest themselves in Africa by examining their conceptual meaning and practical realities.  

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