WARIF held its first inter-agency meeting recently with stakeholders in the Health, Law Enforcement, Legal and the Public Sector. The meeting was set up to discuss consolidating a seamless relationship between all stakeholders working to address the many issues concerning the prevalence of rape and sexual violence in Nigeria today.

Collaborations between all vested stake holders is critical if we are to bring an end to Sexual and Gender based Violence in our society. This meeting was sponsored by @usaid through @pathfinderint .
Present at the Dialogue were Mrs Yinka Adeyemi, Director- Office of the Public Defender
Dr Agatha David, Head Clinical Sciences Department – Nigerian Institute of Medical Research
Titilayo Awe – Managing Partner, Stalwart Legal
Other Representatives present were from
: The Nigerian Police Force,
African Women Lawyers Organization,
Lagos Bureau of Statistics, DSVRT, Hello Lagos and The Lagos State Ministry of Health

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WARIF held its first inter-agency meeting recently with stakeholders in the Health, Law Enforcement, Legal and the Public Sector. The meeting was set up to discuss consolidating a seamless relationship between all stakeholders working to address the many issues concerning the prevalence of rape and sexual violence in Nigeria today. Collaborations between all vested stake holders is critical if we are to bring an end to Sexual and Gender based Violence in our society. This meeting was sponsored by @usaid through @pathfinderint . Present at the Dialogue were Mrs Yinka Adeyemi, Director- Office of the Public Defender Dr Agatha David, Head Clinical Sciences Department – Nigerian Institute of Medical Research Titilayo Awe – Managing Partner, Stalwart Legal Other Representatives present were from : The Nigerian Police Force, African Women Lawyers Organization, Lagos Bureau of Statistics, DSVRT, Hello Lagos and The Lagos State Ministry of Health #Warif #WarifWomen #endrape #endrapeculture #supportingsurvivors #PreventSexualViolence #endsexualassault #timesup

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