An innovative approach to changing the narratives of FDV (Family and domestic violence) in the community
Enaam Oudih (She/her)
Enaam has a nursing qualification background specialising in community and public health as well as teaching and management qualifications. Enaam is currently the Manager of PEACE Multicultural Services at Relationships Australia South Australia and a practice leader designing culturally appropriate services for the diverse communities in SA. Her expertise includes delivery of intercultural training and workshops that advocate for inclusion and cultural diversity at all levels of organisations and service delivery. Enaam is a member of various state and national steering committees, has contributed to government submissions, partnered with universities on a number of CALD community-based research and presented at many conferences and forums.
Dr Sumbo Ndi (She/her)
Sumbo Ndi has a PHD in microbiology, currently is a Family and Relationships counsellor, and Team Leader of Counselling Services North at Relationships Australia, South Australia. She leads the family and relationships counselling, gambling help service, program for children of separated parents, a domestic violence prevention program for young people and co-facilities a behaviour change program for men who perpetrate violence. She contributed to the GoodLife project that used a community development approach in engaging African communities in talking about FDV and engaged men as part of the solution. Her work covers issues considered as taboo such domestic violence, stigma, intergenerational conflict and bloodborne viruses.