Monthly Archives: April 2019

WARIF has Trained Over 100 Law Enforcement Officers

As part of our activities for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, WARIF has trained over 100 Law Enforcement Officers on how to effectively manage cases of Gender Based Violence with the support of @actfoundation_ The Police Officers were trained on the proper protocols in attending to survivors of rape and sexual violence as well as gender sensitivity in addressing survivors. They were also educated on the services that WARIF offers and how to refer these survivors for immediate care. ...

WARIF Makoko Community Ooutreach Sponsored by @USAID and in Partnership with @slum2school . 

On Saturday, the 23rd of March, we had the first WARIF MAKOKO COMMUNITY OUTREACH sponsored by @usaid and in partnership with @slum2school . The WARIF team participated in the sensitisation of almost 500 youths on the prevalence and effects of rape and sexual violence. They were also taught to refer cases of rape to WARIF where they will be supported with medical care, legal aid, counseling and access to shelters totally FREE of charge. Featured in the third photo are Founder, Slum2school...

WARIF Rolls Out Second Phase of Case Management Training for Law Enforcement Agents

Lagos Nigeria, April – Through its Gatekeepers initiative, and in partnership with ACT Foundation, Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF) has successfully conducted the the training and sensitisation of 100 Law Enforcement agents, on the role of the Nigerian Police in the fight against sexual assault in Nigeria. The WARIF Gatekeepers Project is an intervention training programme aimed at addressing the high incidence of rape and sexual violence in rural communities across Nigeria. reinforces the organisation’s commitment to tackle the incidence...