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EFZ PINKTOBER MONTH: Breast Cancer Awareness.

EFZ PINKTOBER MONTH: The Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe joins the rest of the world in commemorating Breast Cancer Awareness Month under the Global running theme “Breast Cancer Doesn’t Discriminate”. As an organization our goal is to reduce the number of breast cancer fatalities among women, men, boys and girls by encouraging people to get screened for breast cancer early. This Pinktober month, we are calling upon all our stakeholders to wear pink in honouring survivors of breast cancer, those who lost their loved ones to cancer and to support the progress being made to fight against breast cancer. We have dedicated this month of October to wear pink attires at the work space and put on the pink ribbons. We also have structured everyday messages on our social media platforms, to speak to our members and audience as we encourage them to undergo Breast Cancer Screening. The 29th of October 2022 has been set aside as the EFZ Health Day at the Celebration Church, Borrowdale Harare. The event is targeting all people, men and women, and are invited to undergo free Breast Cancer Screening. Early detection of Breast Cancer saves lives, where ever you are continue raising awareness, support survivors of breast cancer and encourage men and women to go for early screening and lastly let us inculcate a culture of self- screening for women, men, boys and girls in Zimbabwe. Add a comment
March is the special month of women, where we globally celebrate the international women’s day. Through its gender arm, the Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe has s taken an active role in complementing initiatives towards women empowerment in all aspects of life for a sustainable tomorrow. This year’s celebrations were guided by the theme: “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow.” EFZ is geared towards molding a self-branded woman who has a character that pleases God one who stands as a pillar to support her fellow women and one who shuns the pull her down syndrome. Following intensive campaigns on social media platforms, EFZ held a grand seminar to ice the cake. Over a hundred women graced the occasion at the Harare Harvest House International Church. The occasion presented a platform for women to reflect on the journey towards women ministry and development in Zimbabwe from post-Independence to date, navigating through the successes, challenges and future prospects that could be used as stepping stones by other young women. The seminar also unpacked issues of equal opportunities, basic rights and other fundamental freedoms. The EFZ women have pledged their commitment to provide mentorship opportunities for young women who are on the verge of entering ministry development and this will be done through provision appropriate skills and experience Add a comment
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