A key takeaway from this reflection is that after four years of programming, Get Moving! has registered notable successes at both personal and organizational levels. These shifts are likely to have ripple effects as individual Get Moving! participants and organizations who have undergone the process interact with growing VAW networks.

Find out more here

Get Moving! In Action 

Our partner and GBV Prevention Network member, Kagisano Women’s Shelter in Botswana just finished the entire Get Moving! process within their organization. For most of 2013 and a bit of 2014, the organization conducted this process with their entire staff.

They explain that now they better understand one another as unique and important parts of a puzzle, work more strongly as a team, and have gained the organizational confidence to branch out and forge relationships with other organizations doing similar work.

To learn more about their process of facilitating Get Moving!, read this personal interview with Kagisano here.