I envision my first training session to be on WhatsApp, which is a common tool for communication in Zimbabwe. Essentially, as a first meeting, it will be the “get to know your peers” gathering. Here the participants should gain an insight into how we can possibly support each other, what the need for such support is. It will also be the objective of the meeting to hear the views of the other participants in the activities and needs that such a community of women has. This should help in crafting the basic structure of the whole program after this first meeting. The part that will be used from the Trainers toolkit is the session on sharing our stories. This can certainly be used as an ice breaker as well as further the objective of getting to know the group members. The main resource that I may need is time, to establish a time suitable for all the participants of this first meeting, so that we have clear undivided attention to the session. In the vent that the few ladies invited to this first session are unable to make the same time, we can have two different meetings at times convenient for the ladies. It will give flexibility to the first meeting as well as more input from the participants. The main safety concern will be issues of confidentiality, of which we will agree in principle to keep all information shared confidential and it will be prudent to essentially delete the group as soon as the session is done and all the relevant notes taken down for future reference.