Sexual Violence Research Initiative SVRI2017 Forum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and sharing our experience on SGBV prevention and management in 2 communities with over 500 people and 345 research presenters
WRAHP participated in African Women Collective Action on Defining the Pathway to Achieve 2030 Agenda & African 2063. Kenya, Nairobi organized by The African Women Development and Communication Network (FEMNET).
WRAHP attended the PATA-PACF 2016 Continental Summit, which held from 04 – 07 December 2016, in Entebbe, Uganda as a part of her C3 programme (clinic-CBO collaboration partnership) to reduce the incidence of HIV in Esan Central, Edo State
Bose Ironsi (Executive Director) and Amah Anne (Program Officer) represented WRAHP along with more than 4,300 civil society representatives from 130 countries who participated in the 62nd session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW62), and took
WRAHP implemented a project on Improving Gender Equalities and Strengthening the Legal Rights of Women and Young People with the support of OSIWA. The project addressed the gender disparity in access to legal protection by women and young people
Women’s Rights and Health Project with support of Justice for All J4A DFID Programme conducted a Media Round table event with 3 Media House representatives and 8 Community volunteers. This event was aimed to discuss so far, WRAHP/community volunteer’s
As part of Women’s Rights and Health Project Strategy to address issue of gender based violence, WRAHP trained and engaged men on issues of domestic and gender based abuses. The methodology adopted by WRAHP built the capacity of men
WRAHP organized an Art and Poetry Festival to commerate the International Women’s Day and Poetry Day for secondary school students in Lagos state to express their views on domestic violence, sexual assault and other areas of social change through
Women’s Rights and Health Project WRAHP with support from The Girl Generation conducted a programme aimed at strengthening community systems, raise awareness to improve knowledge on the harmful practices of Female Genital Mutilation and increase their access to Sexual
WRAHP in partnership with GRAZRUTSOKA/YEDI implemented In-Schools programme using sports to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS prevention, Malaria and other SRHR information reaching over 3000 pupils/students from over 50 schools in Alimosho and Oshodi/Isolo LGAs.