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Our desire is to see positive changes in the life of Nigerian men, women, youth, children and the society at large, as such contributing our quota towards nation building and capacity/potential utilization. Our work and involvement in the society is multifaceted. This is done solely or in partnership with other organizations through the following strategies:-

Youth and Educational Development Projects:

  • Vocational training on counseling.
  • Gender violence, Drugs, teenage pregnancy, and HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns through seminars in schools.
  • Life skill seminars in schools.

Community Awareness Projects:

  • Identify needy communities in the area of education and enlightenment on gender violence and health-care delivery (reproductive health), General health issues, HIV/AIDS and support them through community participation initiatives.
  • Organize seminars on violence free and sustainable community development.

Concerts:

  • Organize concerts and film shows as a way of creating awareness, it will serve as an avenue where fun and learning will take place.

Lifeline

  • Web presence (24/7 mobile calls, charts and e-mail feedback’s) dedicated to receiving complaints from victims of gender violence or relatives and providing confidential solutions.

Achievements and Projects

Lend a Hand Project:

  • Gift items presentation and interactive forum with mothers of rejected babies and persons living with HIV/AIDS in an orphanage Home (The ANAWIM Centre, Home of the poorest of the poor in Gwagwalada Area Council, Abuja, Nigeria. 16th December 2006.

Teach them young project:

  • Reaching out to teenage students of star international School in Gwagwalada, Abuja whom are likely to have experienced or witnessed gender violence such as sexual harassment and rape. 15th February 2007.

Teach them young project:

  • Reaching out to teenage students of Holy Trinity School in Gwagwalada, Abuja whom are likely to have experienced or witnessed gender violence such as sexual harassment and rape. 8th August 2008.

Teach them young project:

  • Reaching out to teenage pupils of Suzz Tenderly Primary School in Gwagwalada, Abuja whom are likely to have experienced or witnessed gender violence such as sexual harassment and rape. 15th August 2008.

Teach them young project:

  • Reaching out to teenage pupils of Phase III Primary School in Gwagwalada, Abuja whom are likely to have experienced or witnessed gender violence such as sexual harassment and rape. 25th September 2008.

Community Awareness Campaign:

  • Awareness campaign in Garki Village Community to reduce child sexual abuse and the spread of HIV/AIDS. 10th December 2008.

Networking with other organizations:

  • In the year 2009, IEVAWC entered into partnerships, collaborations and deliberations with various organizations to find ways of completely eliminating violence against women & children in Federal Capital Territory before the year 2013. (Organizations such as NCWS, UNICEF, AMAC, FMOWA, FMOE, etc.)

Inter Secondary School debate:

  • The debate was titled “Violence against Women: Who is to be blamed?” aimed to enlightened secondary school students on dangers and effects of violence against women. Participants include students of All Saints College, Government Girls Science Secondary School Doma and School for the Deaf; all in Gombe State Nigeria. 18th March 2010.

Community Awareness Campaign:

  • Awareness campaign in Tal Community of Tangale district in Gombe State to encourage and empower rural women as well as to reduce child sexual abuse and the spread of HIV/AIDS. 31st December 2010.

Media Awareness Campaign:

  • IEVAWC carried out Awareness campaign through media to promote its existence and activities as well as to solicit for support and partnership with other organizations with mutual interests. Activities carried out in 2011 include the following:
  1. Gombe Media Corporation (GMC) – 19th April, 2011
  1. Gombe Media Corporation (GMC) – 6th May, 2011
  1. 2-Day National Conference of N-WAV (Nigerian Women against Violence). Venue-  New Chelsea Hotel Abuja, Date:- 23rd – 25th June, 2011
  1. African Magic Stakeholders Forum, Venue- Protea Hotel Abuja, Date- 18th August, 2011
  1. Kiss FM, Abuja. 14th September, 2011
  1. 1-Day interactive forum on the roles of NGO’s on eliminating gender violence by Ministry of Women Affairs. Venue- Women Development Centre, Abuja. Date- 23rd November, 2011.
  1. 2-Day Media Awareness on attaining the goals on the elimination of violence against women and children. By ACTIONAID. Venue- Bolton White Hotels, Abuja. Date- 6th – 7th December, 2011.
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