WARIF visits Obanliku LGA in Cross River to address the age-old custom of “The Money Bride”.
It is WARIF’s goal to champion a shift in the current narrative in Obanliku, especially with the community boys and young men on the practice of the Money Bride
Money Brides share the story of how they have endured horrific acts of sexual abuse and are deprived of education, financial empowerment, and freedom.
As young girls, they are sold or exchanged in place of debt into marriages from birth or childhood.
WARIF visits Obanliku LGA in Cross River to address this age-old custom of “The Money Bride” and how it relates to sexual and gender based violence (SGBV).
The WARIF Rape Crisis Centre offers FREE medical services, forensic medical examination, psycho-social counseling, HIV and pregnancy tests, and post-exposure drugs. If you need help or know anyone in need of help, visit the WARIF Centre. We are here to help.
On International Women’s Day; this year at WARIF, we are breaking the bias against all forms of gender based violence and stereotypes by saying to No to Rape!
The 2021 WARIF No Tolerance March was held on Saturday Dec 04 across 5 continents in 5 cities!
Health & Wellbeing Session at the November 21, 2021 General Meeting
Waislitz Global Citizen Award Video Application
Dr Kemi speaks on the WARIF Gatekeepers Project and how the initiative is tackling gender based violence in Nigeria.
Chichi Ogbonnaya, Project Manager at WARIF Speaks on the WARIF COVID-19 Response Program in Rural Community in Partnership with Cuppy Foundation.
TEDWomen 2020 – The Shadow Pandemic of Domestic Violence during COVID-19