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Boys Conversation Cafe

We are excited to launch our new initiative, the Boys Conversation Cafe; Mentoring in this cycle is actor and philanthropist, Mofe Damijo -RMD The initiative aims to address the prevention of rape and sexual violence through mentoring and educating secondary school boys. ...

WARIF ADVOCACY THROUGH THE ARTS

This new initiative by WARIF Foundation seeks to create awareness; change behavioral patterns; and discourage gender based violence in tertiary institutions. With the wide spread issue of Gender based violence across university campuses today, there is a need to engage young women and men in these institutions. This preventive program in tertiary Institutions will use the arts as a tool for social change – theatre and role playing as the medium. Short skits presented by trained actors will be introduced highlighting...

Brenda’s Story | WARIF

Brenda is a WARIF Survivor whose touching story highlights the hurt and shame endured by women and girls who are being sexually harassed and abused all over our nation today. Women who are silenced by the fear, shame and stigma of their abuse. At WARIF we are committed to breaking down the wall of silence … by creating a safe haven at the WARIF Centre where all women can receive FREE medical care, counselling, shelter and legal aid; with educating and...

WARIF celebrates 1year anniversary

It’s has been an incredible 12 months of advocating against Gender Based Violence and addressing the high incidence of rape and sexual abuse in our communities. With your help we have launched and implemented impactful initiatives such as the WARIF Centre, The WARIF Educational School Programme and the WARIF Gatekeepers Initiative in partnership with the Act Foundation. We are extremely grateful to our sponsors, partners, media friends, volunteers and friends of WARIF . Thank you so very much! We appreciate each and every...