Moffat Njatiyamphongo

When am training people and they show appreciation of the training I feel happy. I feel happy when the participants take an active role in the activities. I feel passionate when the training makes positive changes in the lives of people. I feel satisfied when people use what they have learnt from me

General Information

Employment Status
Employed full-time
Current Organisation Name
Education Expertise Development Foundation (EEDF)
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Experience

Role
Trainer of Trainers
Duration
12/19/2014 - 05/24/2019
Thematic Expertise
Gender Equality
Stigma & discrimination
Rights
Harmful traditional practices (child marriage-FGM/C)
Comprehensive sexuality education
HIV/AIDS
Technical Expertise
Program management
Fundraising
Monitoring and evaluation & Research
Knowledge management
Strategic Expertise
Rights Based approach
Lobbying & advocacy
Meaningful Youth Participation
Behaviour change communication
Diversity & inclusiveness
Methods used in training
I use facilitation skills because they make learning easy. I first establish where my participants stand in terms of knowledge levels, skills and attitudes. Then I pitch my training to the appropriate level. I use group work, pair work and demonstration. I give participants chance to take lead.
How many trainings have you facilitated?
10-20
Do you have experience with training of trainers?
Yes
I have trained the following groups
Civil Society
Youth
Traditional leaders
Other
The main principles that influence my training approach are
Gender Equality
Diversity & inclusiveness
Evidence Based
Rights based
Human Centred Design
Recognition of prior learning
Master Trainers Course on SRH Education and HIV Prevention (Rutgers WPF)
Recognition of prior learning
Sexuality, Culture and Society (University of Amsterdam)

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Location: Malawi

Language: English