Pitiki is a traditional celebration exclusively for women. No men are allowed to join. At this event, women equip each other with ideas to tackle and try to find solutions to their everyday struggles.This include how to handle husbands and how to build strong families. It is a fun-filled activity that encompasses singing and traditional Basotho women’s dances. This is done by presenting real added value concepts to empower and educate women, covering a variety of topics such as: sex education: improving sex with your husband;) how to handle relations with in-laws, step-children and ex-wives; and) how to handle a cheating husband and his mistresses. No cameras allowed.A live demonstration will be part of the event.