Our MHM Mothers’ Converse today was a huge success. Participants were so appreciative of the initiative and requested that the sensitization should continue. “I have learnt a lot, and I am very grateful to E-WIN” It has opened my eyes to terrible mistakes I have made in the past, I think mothers, fathers and indeed […]
@E-WIN we are committed to ending all forms of gender based violence. Our engagement with teenage and adolescent girls today regarding menstruation and menstrual hygiene management was awesome as they shared their experiences, increased their confidence and demonstrated their readiness to stop the shame, discrimination, period poverty and reduce their environmental foot prints. We wish
@EWIN Art+Feminism Wikipedia Meet-up event today was a huge success. We appreciate all the participants, as we continue to contribute to open knowledge to promote equity and fairness.
E-WIN Joins the International Community in commemoration of the International Day of zero tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation February 6, 2022
Equity Watch Initiative Joins the International Community in commemoration of the International Day of zero tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation [FGM]. In her advocacy visit to His Royal Highness Igwe Patric Okolo, the Igwe of Nkpunano community in Nsukka LGA and his cabinet members condemned FGM and reaffirmed their commitment to end FGM and other
We are committed to ending all forms of Sexual and Gender- Based Violence. we won’t stop until gender based violence has stopped in our society. the goal is to educate as much people as possible on the dangers of gender based violence. We say thank you again to everyone who made it to this training
As part of the 16 days activism against sexual and gender based violence, @E-WIN in partnership with IMPACT GLOBAL organized a gender dialogue with key stakeholders to raise awareness and call for collective action against SGBV. Here are some of the photos from the event.
Our Violence Prevention Education (VPE) training workshop was great. In the face of impunity and lack of accountability that characterise our social system, such empowerment skills have become inevitable. We will like to say thank you to everyone who supported this program at any level and in whatever way. we are very grateful for your
Launching of Students’ Conversation and celebration of the International Day of the Girl Child, 11 October 2021.
Successful launching of Students’ Conversation and celebration of the International Day of the Girl Child. Thanks everyone who made this happen. We will like to use this post to show our gratitude to everyone who showed up today to celebrate the international day of the girl child with us. We say thank you for showing
It was awesome and indeed a rewarding experience as E-WIN in partnership with Sculpted Basket and University of Nigeria, Nsukka Children Center Library engaged children in UNN in environmental education and clean up exercise to mark this year’ s World Clean-up day. @E-WIN, we are positioning for impact.