Monthly Archives: June 2019

The WARIF Law Enforcement Sensitisation Programme on Gender Based Violence Case Management

The WARIF Law Enforcement Sensitisation Programme on Gender Based Violence Case Management is an ongoing initiative targeted towards educating police officers on the proper protocol in attending to survivors of rape and sexual violence as well as gender sensitivity in addressing survivors. These officers are also educated on the services that WARIF provides and how to refer survivors for immediate care. So far we have organised two sensitisation programmes where over 160 police officers from various divisions in Lagos State have...

WARIF participated in a partnership forum held by @unwomen, in Abuja.

WARIF participated in a partnership forum held recently by @unwomen, in Abuja. WARIF Founder, Dr Kemi DaSilva Ibru is featured in the second image with Ms Comfort Lamptey (Country Representative to Nigeria and ECOWAS) Present at the event were: MS Comfort Lamptey (Country Representative to Nigeria and ECOWAS) Mr Lansana Wonneh, (Deputy Country Representative) MS Patience Ekechukwu (Program Associate) MR Caleb Ikhide, Aisha Alkali, Spotlight International, Josephine Chukwuma (Executive Director-Project Alert) MS Rhoda Tyoden (National President FIDA) Otive Igbuzor (Founder-Center LSD) Vincent Dania (Center LSD) Dr Fatima Akilu (Executive Director-NEEM Foundation) Prof....

WARIF Vocational Skills Acquisition Program

The WARIF Skill Acquisition Program held on Monday and Wednesday, 27th & 29th May, 2019 where over 100 students were trained on the following skills; Bead and cake making Makeup and Gele tying Ankara Works & Creation of Fascinators Production of Toiletries Participants learning Soap Making and Disinfectants. The 2 day training program sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the support of Pathfinder International was targeted towards secondary school level girls with the aim of equipping them with various vocational skills...