Mojatu Foundation Newsletter 
March 2018

Transforming communities by enabling them to amplify their voices

Jambo from everyone at Mojatu Foundation!

We can't believe it's summer already and we're looking forward to a great line up of community events. We look forward to seeing you there! Over the past few months, we have been busy in the office running our ESOL and driving theory training, working on shows for our community radio station, and producing our magazine.
We've also been working to support a school in Kenya, and supporting more women and girls affected by FGM. Don't forget that if you're interested in joining our team as a volunteer, you're always welcome.  

Everyday Superstars at the New Art Exchange

Valentine, our inspiring CEO was picked to be one of the people photographed by the New Art Exchange for their Everyday Superstars exhibition.

Well done to everyone who was nominated, it's great to see so many people across Nottingham supporting their communities and creating a better city for us all. Head down to the NAE before the 23rd June to check out the exhibition. 
Join Our Women's Walking Group!

The weather at the minute is beautiful, and we're using the opportunity to encourage all women to join us for our Sunday walks.
Not only will this help improve your fitness, but its a lovely chance to get together with other women from different communities and meet new people.
Join us at the Hyson Green cultural festival

Faith Leaders Training

On 22nd May, we organised a faith leaders training to discuss the issues around FGM with local community leaders. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone involved, and the creative ideas we came up with together to make sure everyone's communities are aware of the issues with FGM, and how we can stop this practice together.

Our new faith ambassadors will be able to spread these messages of support to their communities, understanding and explaining why the practice needs to be eradicated, and also how we can all come together to support those affected. 

We will be holding another training on the 30th May for young people, to make sure that the new generation of leaders are aware of FGM and how we can work together to stop it. If you'd like to attend the training please email


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African Farm Festival

Our African Farm Festival is an annual event that brings together different communities for an incredible day of dancing, games and education. Don't miss out on one of the highlights of the summer calendar. This year we have more live music, sports workshops and children's activities.
We do provide transport from Nottingham so if you'd like to attend please email for more details.If you're free on the day and available to help out, we're looking for volunteers who can work with us to pull off such an incredible day. If you're interested in helping out, please email for more information.

Thank you for subscribing to Mojatu Foundation and your continued support. For more information visit our website using the link, or pick up a copy of our magazine.

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167 Alfreton Road, Nottingham, NG7 3JR
0115 784 6666 or 0115 784 6670

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