Democratic Republic of Congo: Two trainings on active nonviolence were facilitated by RJMP in schools
5/3/19 - In Kananga in the Democratic Republic of Congo, student training sessions at the "ISDR" Institute were conducted as part of the project "Empowering new generations on active nonviolence and entrepreneurship". The team of facilitators of the network of Youth in the World for Peace (RJMP) carried out the activities in the school community. They were held from the 4-5 of February 2019 at the Institut Kananga I, located in the school complex called Athenaeum of Luluabourg, in the Kamayi district, commune and town of Kananga, in the Province of Kasai-Central. On the first day, Monday, February 4, 2019, the participation of 60 pupils in the terminal classes was attended (19 girls and 41 boys). The following day had a capacity of 69 students including 27 girls and 42 boys. The modules "Conflict management and prevention" and "violence" were developed on the first day successively by gentlemen Aimé nay Kam and Clément Mutela Tshipamba as well as the one relating to entrepreneurship by Mr. Jean Léon Boys.
More activities of RJMP-PAX CHRISTI took place at the Higher Institute of Rural Development (ISDR) of Tshibashi in Kananga. In the course of training in schools and universities, we had to carry out a training session at the Higher Institute of Rural Development of Tshibashi (ISDR-T in acronym) located in the district Kamayi, commune and town of Kananga, in the Province of Kasai Central. This session was held for two days from February 15-16, 2019: The first day, Friday, February 15, was attended by 50 people (all third graduation all options combined) including 14 girls and 36 boys. The theme, "Prevention and management of conflict in student circles" was developed successively by gentlemen Aimé nay Kam and Clément Mutela Tshipamba. The day ended with the game of questions and answers in a pleasant climate. The second day, Saturday, February 16, received 58 participants (still of the third promotion) including 16 girls and 42 boys. They were strengthened on the theme "Active Nonviolence and the Construction of the Culture of Peace", which was facilitated by Mr. Jean Léon Boys. Finally, the training day ended with the taking of family photos with the students.