To address digital poverty, 4M Mentor Mothers Network CIC (4MNet) received the Round 5 – Device Bank – London – 2023 grant. The Device Bank provides free devices to people in need via Good Things Foundation’s network of local community partners. Find out more about the Device Bank here.
4MNet actively participated in the HIV Stigma March and Rally in March 2023. Rebecca Mbewe presented a speech on the day promoting rights, dignity and respect for people living with HIV.
Between Sept 2022 and March 2023 4MNet in collaboration with AAF worked on a project funded by Best Beginnings. Sure-Access empowered minoritised black women at risk of or living within violence to become independent and act as champions and advocates for their own safety and those of their peers during pregnancy, childbearing and after birth. […]
Angelina Namiba gave a short talk in October 2021 – sharing her reflections on 4MNets’ involvement in the Communities of Practice: as an example of good practice in meaningful involvement of communities in developing and delivering work. You can read Angelina’s thoughts on being part of the Fast Track Cities Communities of Practice here.
4MNet is extremely proud of awardees Angelina Namiba (https://www.pointsoflight.gov.uk/4m-network-of-mentor-mothers/) and Charity Nyirenda (https://www.pointsoflight.gov.uk/hiv-awareness-campaigner/) for the much-deserved recognition as Point of light winners. The daily Points of Light award recognises outstanding individual volunteers – people who are making a change in their community.
Angelina Namiba and Fungai Murau were actively involved as members of the Organizing Committee in the last International Workshop on HIV & Women from 17-18 February 2023 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Click here to read more on the International Workshop on HIV & Women 2023
Between 2022 and early 2023 4MNet delivered an empowerment program in partnership with nam aidsmap , as part of the Fast track Cities London internalized (Self) stigma Empowerment project. It included virtual sessions, a hybrid session held in London in November 2022, and collaboration on an ambassadors training. Utilising participatory, creative, person-centred approaches with a […]
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