1. Using radio, theatre and other media to create change

    Using radio, theatre and other media to create change Umba Zalira, our Social Inclusion and Learning Manager in Malawi, was recently featured on a podcast from AmplifyChange. The podcast explores how using radio, theatre and other media can create sustainable, meaningful social change. Listen below to Umba’s insights as she talks with host Halima Zaid […]

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  2. Challenging toxic masculinity in Mozambique

    Challenging toxic masculinity in Mozambique   Top image: Male training participants supporting each other. You join us at a training centre in Polana, a bustling commercial district in the heart of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. 11 youth leaders have gathered to learn how to produce Interactive Radio Drama (IRD) for challenging toxic masculinity, and […]

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  3. Henry’s story: using Interactive Radio Drama to improve access to education

    Henry’s story: using Interactive Radio Drama to improve access to education   Henry is a Senior Radio Project Officer on our Interactive Radio Drama (IRD) project in Malawi. The Interactive Radio Drama, Tisinthe!, focuses on increasing awareness of sexual and reproductive health and rights among listeners. This is his story. The history of Tisinthe! “Theatre […]

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  4. Grace’s story: exploring untold stories and experiences through theatre

    Grace Banda: exploring untold stories and experiences through theatre —   Grace Banda is a Senior Project Officer on our Leave No Girl Behind project I live my life by the motto: “Explore untold stories and experiences through theatre”. Theatre allows people to step into a world they have never experienced before, or a world […]

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  5. On the ground in Nepal: changing attitudes to child marriage

    Theatre for a Change and VSO work together in countries like Nepal to help create meaningful and lasting change on issues like child marriage. Here, our facilitator Priyanka shares her experiences.

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  6. Navigating issues of safer sex in Swaziland

    Theatre for a Change and VSO work in partnership in a number of countries around the world, including Swaziland. Feleba, a facilitator in Swaziland, shared his story of a performance in a local high school.

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  7. Championing the Right To Learn for Children across Phalombe District, Malawi

    We’re in Phalombe District, a rural area in the Southern Region of Malawi. Bright sunshine bathes the lush green landscape dotted with mountains, and streams through the windows of the office of Mr. Chilumpha, Headteacher at one of our partner schools – Migowi Primary School, as the children make their way to lessons.

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  8. Changing Conversations in Rwanda

    You join us in a marketplace in Masaka, a busy neighbourhood in the capital city of Rwanda – Kigali. For the past two weeks, Theatre for a Change has been working in Kigali with a group of 20 Rwandan participants – both young people and peer educators –  in collaboration with our partner, Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO).

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  9. A Day in the Life of our Mobile Health Clinic

    Join the dedicated team behind our Mobile Health Clinic in Malawi on a day of outreach. The Mobile Health Clinic provides lifesaving care to some of the most vulnerable women and girls in Lilongwe.

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  10. Press for Progress – Chandra’s Story

    Meet Chandra, who is currently taking part in our Interactive Theatre for Justice training in collaboration with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) to prevent child marriage and promote girls’ education.

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Our Stories

A celebration of the people behind the projects, through their own individual stories of change.