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Acknowledgement: This post was originally published on African Feminism. Any reproduction, redistribution, or modification of this content must be appropriately credited to African Feminism. For inquiries regarding republication, please contact the original source. Ramadan preparations in Nigeria begin long before the crescent moon is sighted. Like many people, I buy food in bulk: rice, millet,...
Empowering Women in Cross River: A Factsheet on the Women’s Voice and Leadership Project. Explore our initiatives and achievements in Cross River State, highlighting our efforts to empower women, promote gender equality, and drive positive change. Learn how we’re amplifying women’s voices and advancing gender justice in the region. Download Below
Discover the journey of empowerment and advocacy with our Women’s Voice and Leadership Factsheet, highlighting key milestones and impact since the project’s inception. Learn how we’re amplifying women’s voices and advancing gender equality. Download Below!  
Delve into the remarkable successes and transformative impacts of the Women’s Voice and Leadership Project in Kwara State. Witness the journey of empowerment and progress for women across the region. Download Below  
Delve into our factsheet to uncover our strategies and impact in addressing GBV, empowering women, and fostering safer communities. Learn how we’re driving change and amplifying voices to end violence against women.
Discover how radio is transforming lives in Lagos State, particularly for elderly women, through our Women’s Voice and Leadership Project. Our innovative programming promotes socio-economic inclusion, empowering marginalized communities and driving positive change. Explore our factsheet to learn more about our impactful initiatives and the inspiring stories of those we serve. Download Below
Women of Tunga Buzu community in Kebbi state, beneficiaries of Abban Aisha Women a partner on the WVL project.       In Kebbi State, Nigeria, a transformative wind of change is sweeping through the lives of women, thanks to the Village Savings and Loan Scheme Association (VSLA) implemented under the Women’s Voice and Leadership-Nigeria (WVL-N) project,...
Adolescent Mothers in Nigeria are faced with heightened barriers to quality education. According to the National Demographic Health Survey (2018), 1 in 5 girls between ages 15-19 years have begun childbearing. When girls become pregnant,they are either suspended from school with no stipulated date for resumption or they quietly drop out of the school system...
ActionAid Nigeria had the distinct honor of hosting the Canadian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Jamie Christoff, the Assistant Deputy Minister Sub-Saharan Africa, Cheryl Urban, and the Head of Development Cooperation Canada in Nigeria, Ahafodji Djifa, at our Abuja Office this week. It was a strategic meeting that allowed us to showcase the results of the...
In the context of Nigeria, where over half of the population has internet access, the prevalence of Internet Facilitated Gender-Based Violence (IFGBV) has become a concerning issue. The rise in social media usage, driven by platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, has inadvertently provided a breeding ground for various forms of online violence against women....
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