SAVANNAH Trust’s Protest Arts International Festival 2014 outreach schedule takes to Nyamande, Domboshava this year a road show themed Break the Chains on December 17.
Nyasha Nyakunhuwa Chagonda the programmes officer told NewsDay last week that the outreach last year took to Mabvuku and Gutu has been working on different projects with the community in Domboshava.
She said their projects are modelled along the lines of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.
“We have been working on promoting dialogue and action through theatre for the past two weeks,” she said.
“We have held performance-based workshops and we are working with the community to see how best the issues raised in the engagements can be dealt with.”
She said they would, at the weekend, hold a road show where there will be music, theatre and poetry performances.
Chagonda said they are working with institutions such as Msasa Project, Padare, the police Victim Friendly Unit and Wadzanai Community Development Trust.
“We are trying to say to the community let us come together and break the chains. Can we act on violence, chains of poverty as they are interrelated with gender,” said Daniel Maposa, Savannah Trust director.