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  • 1. Youth of United Nations Association Tanzania Outreach Program to Schools ReportDate.Monday, 4th February 2013.Venue: Zanaki Secondary SchoolOpening session:The activity was opened around 1020hrs, by Jacob Mogendi who is programme manager ofYUNA.INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S ’DAY.There was a presentation from Zainab Abdallah about WOMEN in our societies . Zainab startedby categorizing women into two groups namely; 1. Women in Nature 2. Women in EnvironmentShe further classified ‘Women in nature’ into the following;  Party girls who love entertainment  Daring girls  Housecats {they love staying at home}  Housewives{they stay at home doing household chores}  Caterers {they love making someone feel happy}
  • 2.  FBI {stockers or spies }  Informants {interested in sex}  Show off girls  Religious girls  Bossy girlsShe went on to classify ‘Women in Environment’ into the following;  Negligent girls  Undefined girlsAfter the presentation from Zainab Abdallah, students got a chance to watch a movie known as{HALF THE SKY}.Last but not least, Madam Vuzoe allowed students to join the discussion on what they hadwatched in the movie.She started by mentioning the problems that had been noticed in the movie;  Transport problems.  Financial problems.  Violence within families.  Family conflicts.  Irresponsibility of parents.Madam Stella advised all girls that if they are treated badly in their society or families, they aresupposed to go to the police station where there is a Gender Desk responsible for solving genderproblems. She further advised students to be serious in their studies because “Education is akey of life’’.Finally, Zainab Abdallah got a chance to deliver a beautiful poem about WOMENEMPOWERNMENT.Closing Remarks from made by Madam Stella Vuzo who encouraged young people toformulate UN-Clubs in schools.

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