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Mt Kilimanjaro Climb Report, 5 12 March 2012, ABBREVIATIONS. ASG ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL, AU AFRICA UNION COMMISSION. AUC AFRICA UNITE CAMPAIGN, COVAW COALITION ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. CSO CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION, EAC EAST AFRICAN COMMISSION. EVAWG ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS, FAO FOOD AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.
FEMNET AFRICAN WOMEN S DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION. FGM FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION, GBV GENDER BASED VIOLENCE. GOT GOVERNMENT OF TANZANIA, HQ HEADQUARTERS, IWD INTERNATIONAL WOMEN S DAY. KI KILIMANJARO INITIATIVE, KILI KILIMANJARO, LHRC LEGAL HUMAN RIGHTS CENTRE. NAFGEM NATIONAL NETWORK AGAINST FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION. PPP PREVENT PROVIDE PROMOTE, SARO SOUTHERN AFRICA REGIONAL OFFICE AND INDIAN. OCEAN ISLANDS UN WOMEN SARO, SG SECRETARY GENERAL, SOAWR SOLIDARITY FOR AFRICAN WOMEN S RIGHTS.
UN UNITED NATIONS, UNCT UNITED NATIONS COUNTRY TEAM. UNFCU UNITED NATIONS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, UNFPA UNITED NATIONS FUND POPULATION AGENCY. UNSG UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY GENERAL, VAW VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. VAWG VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS, TABLE OF CONTENTS. BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION 8, CONCEPT NOTE DEVELOPMENT 10.
ROADMAP 11, CLIMB DATES 11, SELECTION CRITERIA PROCESS CLIMBERS CELEBRITIES 11. CLIMB ROUTE 12, RESOURCE MOBILIZATION 13, CLIMB PARTNERSHIPS LOGOS 13. TOOLKIT FOR THE CLIMB 14, LOGISTICS 14, SIDE EVENTS 15. PRE CLIMB ACTIVITIES 16, YOUTH LEADERSHIP FORUM 1 3 MARCH 16. BIKE RIDE BY GLOBAL BIKE AND KI FEBRUARY 25 MARCH 3 17. THE CLIMB 19, FLAGGING OFF CEREMONY AT MARANGU GATE 5 MARCH 2012 19.
COMMITMENTS OF AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS PARTNERS AND INDIVIDUAL CLIMBERS 21. QUOTES FROM AFRICA UNiTE MOUNT KILIMANJARO CLIMBERS 23. CERTIFICATE AWARD CEREMONY MARCH 10 2012 ARUSHA TANZANIA 27. PARALLEL EVENTS 28, GREATER ACCRA REGION GHANA 25 FEBRUARY 2012 28. NAIROBI KENYA 3 MARCH 2012 28, JOHANNESBURG SOUTH AFRICA 8 MARCH 2012 28. YAOUND CAMEROON 10 MARCH 2012 29, MOUNT HEHA BURUNDI 10 MARCH 2012 29. ADDIS ABABA ETHIOPIA 11 MARCH 2012 29, COUNTRY SOLIDARITY EVENTS OUTCOME 29. VISIBILITY FOR THE CLIMB AND PARALLEL EVENTS 29, AFTER THE MOUNT KILIMANJARO CLIMB 30.
FINAL CLIMB REPRESENTATION BY REGION COUNTRY 30, RISK MITIGATION PLAN 30. LESSONS LEARNED 34, OVERALL SUCCESS AND LESSONS LEARNED 37. AFRICA UNITE MOUNT KILIMANJARO CLIMB 37, PARALLEL AND SOLIDARITY EVENTS 37. REMAINING CHALLENGES 37, CONCLUSION AND WAY FORWARD 38. WEBSITE LINKS 38, BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION, The Afric a U N i T E M o u n t Kilima n ja ro Climb wa s c on c e ptu al i zed i n.
early 2011 a s a h i g h l e v e l a dvoc a c y e ve n t with in th e fr a mew o rk o f. th e UN S e c re t a r y G e n e r a l s SG G loba l UNiTE Ca mpa ign to end. Vi olenc e a g a i n s t Wo me n Th is a dvoc a c y wa s la u n c h e d g l o bal l y. on t he 25 t h F e b r u a r y 2 00 8 a n d th e R e gion a l Component was. l aunc he d b y t h e U N S G an d th e Afr ic a Un ion Commissio n AU C. C hairm an o n t h e 3 0 t h J a n u a r y 2 0 1 0 in Addis Aba ba E th iop i a T he. Ki lim a njaro C l i mb I n i t i a t i ve wa s c on c e ptu a lize d to provi de hi g h. vis ibilit y a n d i m p l e m e n t a t i on of c ommitme n ts to e n d VAWG thro ug h. th e a c hiev e m e n t o f t h e f ollowin g six UNiTE ou tc ome s by 2015. 1 National laws are in place and are enforced to address and punish all forms. of Violence against Women and Girls that are in line with international human rights. 2 National plans of action are adopted that are multi sectorial and are. adequately resourced with implementation underway, 3 Data collection and analysis systems are institutionalized and periodic surveys. are undertaken on the prevalence of various forms of violence against women and girls. 4 National and or local campaigns are launched and social mobilization. engages a diverse range of civil society sectors in preventing violence and supporting. abused women and girls, 5 Sexual violence in conflict situations is systematically addressed in all peace. and security policy and funding frameworks and mechanisms for protection and. prevention of systematic rape are implemented, 6 Safe public space for women and girls is available. In order to raise awareness on ending violence against women and girls and to accelerate. efforts and implementation of commitments in Africa a climb to Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. was organized from 5 9 March under the theme CLIMB UP SPEAK OUT and the theme was. anchored around the 3 critical pillars of Prevention Protection and Provision. PREVENT violence against women and girls, PROVIDE services to survivors of violence and. PROMOTE justice and end impunity, Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro was chosen as a symbolic climb because of the degree.
of difficulty need for unity determination and perseverance required in combating. PLANNING OF THE KILIMANJARO, PLANNING TASK TEAM month and as the time of the climb grew closer. A planning task team was constituted in early the planning team convened on a fortnightly. 2011 with staff members from UN Women HQ basis and towards the actual climb dates. Africa Division Say No UNiTE Coordination meetings were increased to a weekly basis This. team UN Women HQ Communications Team was to provide progress garner feedback and. UN Women sub regional offices communication guidance on the various activities that had to be. VAWG focal persons UNFCU and KI Various initiated or that required further discussions as a. meetings were held and a joint roadmap planning team. outlining the implementation of various tasks CONCEPT NOTE DEVELOPMENT. and the articulation of calendar of events for the An initial draft Concept Note was developed by. Kilimanjaro Climb Initiative were discussed the team to map out how the Kilimanjaro Climb. Coordination roles and responsibilities Initiative would be implemented It articulated. were assigned to individuals units and task the climb s calendar key objectives of the climb. committees set for the development of the initial side event activities to take place to support the. draft Concept Note Budget Projection and climb the route to be used for climbing logistics. Communications to give the process some form to be considered coordination roles and. of implementation Development of TORs for the responsibilities by the various team members. Event and Africa UNiTE Campaign Manager s partnerships to be developed communications. positions to both commence in October 2011 for visibility and resource mobilization purposes. were developed advertised and finalized Both number of climbers to participate and climb. the Campaign and Event Manager commenced support staff the budget required to implement. work in October 2011 stationed in Addis Ababa the Kilimanjaro Climb effectively and to ensure. and Johannesburg respectively The day to day its success The Africa UNiTE baseline survey. implementation of the Climb was delegated to UNiTE outcomes 16 points following agenda. them but they still coordinated with the teams served as a backbone for the formulation of. from various units as previously constituted messages used in all communications and. The team initially met via teleconferencing every advocacy material. A roadmap was developed to provide guidance roles and responsibilities to facilitate the timely. implementation of the Kilimanjaro Climb initiative The roadmap was used as a reference document. and thus received updates based on emerging issues related to the climb. Elements of the Roadmap included the following, Milestones to be achieved. Associated tasks activities to be undertaken, Task deadlines. Update progress for each task activity, Focal person s to oversee the task activity. Status update for report back to task members teams. Identified areas of focus in the Roadmap were, Preparatory work required for the climb.
Communications resource mobilization, Selection of Climbers process. Side Events, Flagg off event, Post Climb activities and other areas for consideration. CLIMB DATES two Climb objectives and their commitment. Dates selected for the Climb were 5 9 March to advocate with Government for GBV. 2012 in order to coincide with the International implementation of EVAWG commitments under. Women s Day commemoration on the 8th March the Africa UNiTE Campaign Each Climber had. Climbers were to reach the summit on the 8th to sign a Release and Waiver of Liability form as. March and read their country s commitments on part of being selected for the climb however. ending VAW on International Women s Day each Climber was insured by UNFCU for a. SELECTION CRITERIA PROCESS CLIMBERS total amount of 100 000 each as part of their. contribution to the climb costs, CELEBRITIES, The selection process methodology adopted. Furthermore a selection process for inviting, for climbers was an internal one and not an. International and Regional celebrities was, open call for registration from the public to.
also developed and at the international level, ensure recommended participants were from. Oprah Winfrey and George Clooney were to be, the UNCT in partnership with the government. approached by UN Women HQ at regional level, or civil society A selection criteria form was. the RPDs were to endorse nominated celebrities, developed to gather information of the Climber. and solicit their participation and involvement in. in the following areas Age Gender Occupation, raising awareness of the climb Both Oprah and.
Involvement in ending VAW at country level, George advised that they were unavailable to. Reasons for recommendation of Climber by, participate due to other engagements during the. UNCT Government Civil Society and contact, time of the Climb. In addition the Climber had to be medically, cleared by a medical doctor using the form. provided by the Kilimanjaro Planning Team, provide a convincing justification for climbing.
in no more than 200 words in line with the, CLIMB ROUTE. Marangu Route was selected due to its practicality in terms of logistics available amenities. considering the large number of climbers i e an estimated 222 persons was anticipated to go on. that route including a climb doctor climb guides instructors assistants porters and cooks The. route is 34km each way over a period of at least four or five nights on the mountain making use of. the three stages of wooden huts for overnight accommodation on route to the summit point. Day 1 Marangu Gate to Mandara Hut 9 000 feet, Day 2 Mandara Hut to Horombo Hut 12 500 feet. Day 3 Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut 15 000 feet, Day 4 Kibo Hut to Summit Descent to Horombo Hut and. Day 5 Horombo Hut to the Marangu Park Gate, MARANGU Route used by theAFRICA. UNiTE KILIMANJARO CLIMB TEAM, March 5 9 2012, CLIMB PARTNERSHIPS LOGOS.
RESOURCE MOBILIZATION The Climb was organized in partnership with. A draft Resource Mobilization strategy UNFCU Kilimanjaro Initiative KI and Global. PowerPoint presentation was developed and Bikes KI took the lead in representing UNFCU. shared with the team it was meant to target and Global Bikes in terms of planned activities. potential partners to mobilize resources for the financial contributions and other related tasks. Climb The initial concept was to have two To avoid too many logos appearing on publicity. parallel fundraising activities one for the UN materials 7 partners were choses at the. Women Trust Fund and the other for Climb conceptualization time it was agreed in October. related costs Due to capacity issues and to maintain only three logos i e Africa UNiTE. time constraints to do both simultaneously it Campaign AU and KI The three logos below. was agreed that focus should be on mobilizing were used in all communication publications. resources for the Climb related costs only branding and publicity materials to represent. SARO together with the Gender Theme Group the various partners involved in the Kili Climb. in South Africa identified hosting a fundraising initiative The Tanzanian flag was also included. dinner for the Africa UNiTE Mount Kilimanjaro for all publicity materials circulated in Tanzania. Climb initiative on the 29th November 2011 as, one of the activities for commemorating the 16. days of activism to end violence against women, and girls A concept note was developed for. the fundraising dinner with emphasis on the, expected outcome of the fundraising CEOs. and various companies were targeted for invites, and purchasing of tables and dinner tickets In. order to have a crowd puller for the dinner the, Parlotones an award winning and famous music.
band was approached to perform for free at the, dinner as part of a follow up They graciously. accepted and the dinner attracted 250 guests, mostly from the private sector at Senior. Management level Resources were mobilise in, cash pledges free TV time on satellite channel. MNET and strategic partnerships developed with, private companies such as Price Waterhouse. Corporation Business Engage Kenya, Airways MNET and other local companies and.
individuals, Senior officials from the Ministry of Women. Children and People with Disabilities UNFPA, WFP and FAO attended the dinner and also. made personal cash contributions to the Africa, UNiTE Kilimanjaro Climb Initiative NFPA sub. regional office in Johannesburg South Africa, contributed 28K . Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Report 5 12 March 2012 AFRICA PREVENT violence against women and girls PROVIDE services to survivors of violence PROMOTE justice and end impunity 2 3 Mt Kilimanjaro Climb Report 5 12 March 2012 4 5 ABBREVIATIONS ASG ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL AU AFRICA UNION COMMISSION AUC AFRICA UNITE CAMPAIGN COVAW COALITION ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN CSO CIVIL SOCIETY

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