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 Mojatu Foundation
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MAY 2022
Welcome Back, Hope You Are Well!

Through the month of May Mojatu has been working on a number of different activities and projects. We would like to thank everyone that has supported us or been involved through this month.  

We want this newsletter to serve the community. If you would like to submit content, offer support, get involved or give us feedback please email us at: info@mojatufoundation.org.
Ramadan Project
Through the period of Ramadan, we at Mojatu worked towards supplying those in need with warm meals. With the help of our wonderful volunteers we were able to deliver hot meals, fruit and other supplies, every Friday straight to their door. These food deliveries consisted of hot meals, fruits, dates and bottles of water. The hot meals were a mix of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian including, lamb jollof, chicken biryani and a selection of rice dishes. 
Here at Mojatu we want to thank everyone involved, your support is very much appreciated. 
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Mental Health
Throughout the month of May the mental health theme was loneliness and how loneliness effects different communities. These communities being the BAME, elderly and disabled communities. here at Mojatu we made a collection of videos, getting the point of view from these different communities, explaining what loneliness means to them and how different factors can have an impact on that area of their mental health. 
If you or someone know is dealing with mental health issues, please contact us using the email link below.
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FGM Support
Here at Mojatu we work directly with men and women to spread awareness and fight against FGM. Providing support to FGM survivors through training, confidence building, 1-1 counselling, support in accessing health, social and legal services and in signposting them to access support which is beyond our capacity. Giving those affected with a place to enable confidence building, networking, and in sharing their stories and experiences.
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Our community FGM Ambassador training is way of developing a team of community embedded and based volunteers to help end female genital mutilation.
We provide training to community and religious leaders, youth, and men to and enable them to gain confidence, understanding, networks and resources necessary to advocate change and lead the campaign towards ending FGM in their communities. If you wanna to be apart of our FGM team please click the email link below to sign up.
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Women Skill Shares
Every Thursday 10am to 1pm here at Mojatu we host a women's skills share day paired with coffee mornings. Throughout, the women attending will be taking part in a numerous activities, these include: art, sewing baking and learning IT skills. This gives these women a chance to engage and socialize with other women. 
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Ladies Sports
Every Saturday Mojatu holds ladies sports for women only. This is to improve these women's confidence and self-esteem and creating a safe area for them. The activities taken part include: self defense, Zumba, body combat and many more. if you wish to find out more information or to be apart of these ladies sports Saturdays, please follow the email link below. 
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Healthcare, Hospitality & Childcare Courses
We're offering girls and women from African, Caribbean, and New and Emerging Communities’ training and work placements in the childcare and healthcare sectors. Our courses are aimed at enabling learners to gain accredited qualifications, hands-on work experience and to move into employment and further training upon qualifications.
To find out more please follow the link below.
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Legal support
Mojatu Foundation is recently registered with the OISC. We are thus providing free legal advice. 
If you would like free legal advice or want to learn more follow the link below and get in contact with us.

Contact Here
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Jobs and Training Opportunities

Check out the Kutambua website and see how many different jobs and courses are on offer. There is a vast selection of different career paths to choose from business to nursing. Ranging from remote working to full time and everything in between. 

So kickstart your career today and click the link below to go straight to the Kutambua website.
Kutambua Website
BLOGS

Article: Domestic Abuse in LGBT Relationships (Saida Barbar)

Whilst domestic abuse can happen to anyone, there is a lack of public awareness and research into domestic abuse in LGBT relationships. A reported 22% of people female same sex and 29% of people male same sex relationships have experienced some form of abuse. Studies have found that incidences of domestic violence in LGBT relationships is comparable and, in some countries, reported to be higher than in heterosexual relationships. If this is the case, why is only 3% of the research into domestic violence focused on LGBT couples?
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Article: Sexual Violence – The Case of Mason Greenwood

Mason Greenwood, a twenty-year-old footballer for Manchester United was arrested on suspicion of rape, sexual assault, and threats to kill after his former girlfriend, Harriet Robson, leaked videos and pictures of him on social media supposedly perpetuating these acts. This is not completely unusual in the professional football community, as there are numerous other examples of players being accused, arrested, and even convicted of different forms of sexual violence. These all highlight the persistent problem that remains in our society – domestic violence against women.
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Women of Nottingham Podcast
Our podcast 'Women Of Nottingham' is a space to celebrate women and share their struggles, hopes and achievements. Shedding light one the remarkable and diverse stories of women in the city of  Nottingham. To listen to the newest episode of our podcast, please click the link below.
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Mojatu Foundation Celebration Party

Mojatu Foundation invites you to a celebration party for our success at being granted the PRTA 2021, on 3rd June 2022, 5 pm until midnight, at the Marcus Garvey Ballroom, Lenton Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 2BG. RSVP: If you could reply to this invite and let us know whether or not you can attend, by 25th May by contacting the email with the link below.
 

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Listen to FMB Radio
Woman Of Nottingham Podcast
Latest issue of Mojatu Magazine
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