Mzamo Sidelo is currently working for Sonke as a One Man Can project trainer, focusing on training peer educators recruited from social clubs in Guguletu and Nyanga. The project forms part of the fight against gender based violence and aims to develop effective HIV/AIDS messages that communicate best with men.
In 2001 Mzamo was a CCUSA youth counselor for a summer camp in the US. He went on to join Educo Africa Training Programme (YSP) where as an intern, he worked as an instructor and was involved in the facilitation of the Men’s Trust weekend camps. Mzamo is a founder member of HIV/AIDS Learners Network currently called Future Generation Network where he worked as a coordinator and facilitator from 2001 to 2006. Up until he joined Sonke, he worked with the Mamelani Project as a youth at risk project coordinator. Mzamo does his work with love and passion and believes in using the energy that he has constructively in the development of our communities.