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Micheline Minani Muzaneza
Currently implementing the refugee health and right project within Sonke Gender Justice Network in South Africa ( CAPETOWN) as a ONE MAN CAN TRAINER.
Micheline has an honours degree in economics sciences high studies of commerce , also attended and completed a number of trainings in different countries. Most of training are related to human right, gender,Humanitarian, DDR, SRH. Micheline was one of the 17 women selected from Southern Africa to attend a training of trainers programme on Gender and Active Non Violence, a programme jointly run by International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR) and Women Peace Maker Program (WPP), and in 2012 she was selected with the Norwegian defence (NODEFIC) to be trained on the DDR and gender and in November 2012 she was selected to attend the rule of law course at the Kofi Annan International Training centre in Ghana Accra . From 2004 to 2006 She worked with the UN peacekeeping (ONUB) in Burundi as a PIO assistant and Human right assistant. She did a training on the conflict resolution and mediation with the conflict resolution centre Cape town.
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ONE MAN CAN TRAINER in the GENDER HIV AND HUMAN RIGTH FIELD I'm an Activist
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