Jean-Christophe Nougaret/MSF
*** Local Caption *** The outreach team visits the schools of Korogocho. On the east part of Mathare slums, this area is facing a major waste dump of East Nairobi. The inhabitants are leaving in dramatically bad social and sanitary conditions. On this April 15th, Mohamed Juma and John Abang’a, community mobilizers with MSF, have an appointment with more than half of the teachers of this 800 student’s school. During two hours, after having introduced MSF, its mission and history, they will develop a participative animation session on the issue of sexual violence. They will bring the teachers to express what they know about this issue in their community. They will lead them to take conscious of their key role, as community leaders and on the front line with the children, to identify signs of potential victims’ behavior. They help putting words on the issue, express personal experience… At the end of the session they distributed small cards and posters with the emergency numbers to be contacted 24 hours a day to report an aggression, making sure they understand that every hour counts.