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INITIATIVE FOR THE ELIMINATION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN

(IEVAWC)

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CAC/ IT/ NO. 28734

INTRODUCTION

 Initiative for the elimination of violence against women and children (IEVAWC) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO), that is committed to preventing, eliminating, and providing lasting solutions to gender violence such as wife-battering, rape and child sexual abuse in the society, so as to create an enabling environment towards nation building.

          IEVAWC, although founded June 14, 2006, was officially registered with the CAC July 18, 2008. The Organization comprises a team of young men and women working together to provide solutions and answers to questions posed to us by women and children who have been violated in one way or the other.

Violence against women and children is a big health issue and a human right concern in our society today. Worldwide, one out of three women suffers physical or emotional abuse in their lifetime. While 50% of female assault survivors are 15 years or younger, 10% of boys are sexually abused before they turn 18.

Therefore we intend to achieve our aim, mission and vision by giving adequate advice and confidential counseling services to victims of gender violence through sensitive education and enlightenment campaigns such as seminars, talk shows, interactive forums, concerts, etc. IEVAWC is not only out to just identify and penalize, but also to rehabilitate the aggressors, so as to promote tolerance and peace and to learn to reject violence as a means to any end.

      AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

            a.

  1. Preventing and Eliminating Gender Violence.
  2. Giving sensitive advice and confidential counseling services to victims of gender violence.
  3. Promoting human development through sensitive education and enlightenment campaigns on the prevention and elimination of gender violence.
  4. Encouraging the identification, penalization and rehabilitation of the aggressors.
  5. Encouraging and inspiring women, youth and children discover themselves, their real potential and their gifts and calling in each sphere of life.
  6. Promoting collective peace and tolerance in order to reject violence as a means to any end.

             b.   solicit, receive from home and abroad materials such as medicine, food and any  other aid, and disburse such materials as it deems fit towards the eradication of its aims and objectives.

  1. The proper application of any funds realized towards the eradication of gender violence, illiteracy, poverty, diseases, and any other purpose which the trustees deem fit and proper.
  2. To promote the principles of the rule of law and respect for the enforcement of fundamental human rights.
  3. To create and maintain an endowment fund for the proper and thorough observance and discharge of any of the above aims and objectives.

       MISSION STATEMENT

  • To inspire men and women, youth and children through sensitive education and enlightenment campaigns on the prevention and elimination of gender violence such as wife battering, rape and child sexual abuse.
  • To make women, youths and children discover themselves, their rights in the society, their real potential, their gifts and calling in each sphere of life.

        VISION:-

  • Our desire is to see positive changes in the lives of abused women and children and the society at large, thereby contributing our quota towards nation building and capacity/potential utilization.

     VALUES:

  • To build strong and viable relationships between men and women, parents/guardian and children/wards.
  • To inculcate Godly values, Discipline and respect for all gender, in the lives of children and young people.
  • To serve with integrity

      BELIEFS:

  • God is the creator and giver of life, therefore no human have total control over another human’s life.
  • God is the great healer of physical, emotional, and spiritual wounds.
  • Every man or woman, boy or girl, young or old, have a right and in that right lies the potential for greatness.

  STRATEGIES:

       Our work and involvement in the society is multi-faceted. 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, GAMES AND SPORTS:-

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

  GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY:-

         The Organization is duly registered as a non-profit, non-governmental organization with the corporate affairs commission (CAC), in Nigeria, with Registration number- CAC/IT/NO/28734. The board of trustees are the highest decision making body of the organization.

 SOURCE OF FINANCE:-

  • Annual dues and registration fees.
  • Personal savings/contributions
  • Funds realized from workshops, concerts, and the likes are channeled to this project.
  • Partnerships
  • Assistance from national/ international bodies.
  • Donations from individuals, friends, and corporate organizations are also used judiciously for this project.

BENEFACTORS:

  • Women and children who are victims of gender violence. (Young and Old).
  • Communities where the practice of gender violence are most prevalent.
  • Young boys and girls who are potential victims of gender violence.
  • Women and children who are subjected to violence and abuse of their human right.

 NGO ADMINISTRATION:

Ms Nabiye Blessing John Tal is the Initiator and Founder of IEVAWC, the Organization at the moment consists of a 6- member Board of Trustees, 11- Executive Members, 1- Legal Adviser, 1 Matron, 12- Patrons/ Advisers, 37- Registered members and 61- Volunteer members.

          MEMBERSHIP:

          There are three Categories of Membership Namely:-

            a FULL MEMBERSHIP

  1. Every person duly registered as a member is a member of the Organization.
  1. Every member shall pay an annual due as to be determined from time to time by the Organization.
  2. All full members are eligible for nominations and appointments.
  3. Full members shall have access to a copy of the organization’s constitution and other helpful information and details of the organization.

            b  HONORARY MEMBERSHIP

  1. The Executive Committee of the Organization may admit anybody as an honorary member of the organization.
  2. An honorary member shall not be entitled to vote and be voted for into any office in the organization and shall be required to pay any subscription, dues or levies as appropriate.

            c   VOLUNTEER MEMBER

                            i    Every person that indicates interest to be a volunteer member shall be a volunteer member.

                            Ii    A volunteer member shall not be entitled to vote and be voted  for into any office in the organization and shall be required to  pay any levies as appropriate.

          STRUCTURE:

  • Board of Trustees.
  • National Office/ Headquarters.
  • National Director.
  • Coordinators

CONTACT:

The Administrative Headquarters is located at

No. 70, Birnin Kebbi Crescent,

                                   Garki II, Abuja, Nigeria.

                                   p.o.box 18444, Garki, Abuja.

                                                     Tel: +234 (0) 97810611

            +234 (0) 8162536058

            +234 (0) 8032167288

                                                    Email: ievawc_ng@yahoo.com

                                                    Website: http://www.ievawcng.org.

THE NAMES OF IEVAWC DULY REGISTERED MEMBERS

S/N

NAME

POSITION

STATE OF ORIGIN

PHONE NO

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

NABIYE B. JOHN TAL

OGHAYEI SUNDAY

SALIHU BALKISU

YUSRAH BELLO

AISHA SHEJI

IDRIS MOHAMMED NAZIR

JOYCE JAMES

RANDO SUKAI

MAHMUD ABDULJABAR

JOY HARUNA

AWYETU WODI

LATUJI HARUNA ISAH

ANTHONY BAMIDELE OJO

HILLARY DANIEL

OBIDA WABIDA EMMANUEL

JOSHUA JOHN TAL

SECHAP TSOKWA

MONIQUE O. AGENE

UMAR USMAN KALTUNGO

KEHINDE AREMU

HARUNA ABBA

HAMZA MUHAMMED

GENEVIEVE OKEKE

FRADER NYAM

DANJIN VICTOR KALAI

BUBA SUNDAY

CHRISTY ANDREW

YEKTKAH PAUL BUTSWAT

NORAH POBLONG

ALMUSTAPHA ALIYU

IGNATIUS ODUH

KHADIJAT S. ADEJUMO

KEKULE GURATI

JO RAPH

MUKTAR KASIMU IDRIS

BIDEMI FAMODILE

TAL IBRAHIM JOHN

CEO/FOUNDER

SECRETARY GENERAL

ASST. SEC. GEN

NATIONAL DIRECTOR

TREASURER

DIRECTOR INFORMATION/STRATEGY

DIRECTOR PARTNERSHIP

DIRECTOR WELFARE

FINANCIAL SECRETARY

PUBLICITY SECRETARY/ SPOKESPERSON

FACILITIES MANAGER

ICT

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

MEMBER

GOMBE

EDO

KOGI

ADAMAWA

ADAMAWA

NIGER

KADUNA

KADUNA

ADAMAWA

KOGI

FCT

GOMBE

ONDO

KADUNA

GOMBE

GOMBE

TARABA

EDO

GOMBE

KWARA

GOMBE

FCT

IMO

KADUNA

GOMBE

GOMBE

GOMBE

PLATEAU

GOMBE

GOMBE

BENUE

LAGOS

GOMBE

EDO

KADUNA

KOGI

GOMBE

08162536058

08032167288

08067093734

08058512402

08057986502

08036210616

08028191942

08054072618

08023097093

08032872580

08036152457

08064169325

08024232107

08073153999

08023856008

08137125103

07033756132

08035869872

08038102492

08055066177

08030569514

08097591397

08028340287

08037866630

08059203531

08162317623

08137965142

IEVAWC INCORPORATED TRUSTEES

S/NO

 NAME

STATE OF ORIGIN

PHONE NO.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

 ROSE JOHN TAL.

NABIYE JOHN TAL.

YUSRAH BELLO.

IDRIS MUHAMMED NAZIR

COMRADE HAMZA NA’UZO ABDULKADIR.

EMMANUEL YAKUBU.

GOMBE.

GOMBE.

ADAMAWA.

NIGER.

NIGER.

ABUJA.

08057167477

097810611

08058512402

08036210616

08059958519

IEVAWC LEGAL ADVISER

  1. SANGOTAYO S. O Esq.

IEVAWC MATRON

  1.   MS HUSSAINA  ATO

IEVAWC PATRONS/ ADVISERS

  1. HRH. ALH. USMAN NGA’KUPI, THE SARKIN GARKI.
  1. HRH. ALH. MUHAMMADU MAGAJI, THE AGUMA OF GWAGWALADA.
  1. HON. MAIDAWA YILA
  1. MR. FESON FERDINALD TURE
  1. MR. HILLARY YUSUF
  1. ALH. ISAH JIMETA AHMED
  1. MRS INYA ODE
  1. MS IDONGESIT BASSEY
  1. BARR. BRIAN MBAYA
  1. MR ALBERT CHIWAR
  1. PST. LONGJI DAMBOK

IEVAWC BANKERS

INTERCONTINENTAL BANK PLC

Account number: – 0227001000013204

IEVAWC PARTNERS

  1. 7UP BOTTLING COMPANY
  2. TPRI –  The Peace and Reconciliation Initiative
  3. KEC – Kingdom Economic Concept
  4. SKILLS FIX CONSULTANTS

IEVAWC VOLUNTEER MEMBERS

  1. ABU KASIM
  2. ACHENYO ACHIMUGU
  3. ADA DANIEL
  4. ADETOTUN OLUGBENRO
  5. ALFAYO DORCAS
  6. AMINU YUSUF
  7. ASOCHUKWU NZUBE IMMACULATE
  8. AYO OBAWURA
  9. BALLINCHI LAUBAKTA
  10. BENJAMIN LABAN
  11. BRANDON WILLIAM-DOOM
  1. CHARIETTE EWAH
  2. CHARLES OPUTA (CHARLEY BOY)
  3. CHINYERE ROSELINE OGBONNA
  4. CYRUS SIMON TAL
  5. DABO TOPE
  6. DANLELE MELA SUNDAY
  7. DAVID KELAS
  8. ELIZABETH EJOGA
  9. FAITH PAUL
  10. FALEKE FEYISTAN
  11. FANUILA FESON FADA
  12. FATMA MUSA
  13. GIDEON BILLY GARBA
  14. IBRAHIM SULE LUBO
  15. IBRAHIM TAL
  16. JACOB ADDI JONAH
  17. JAMES JERRY KATO
  18. JIM AKIN
  19. JONATHAN IBRAHIM
  20. JOSEPH NGU PERI
  1. JUSTINA SIMON
  2. KABATI BABA TOKARA
  3. KIM LEE
  4. LOVIER BABALE SHADRACK
  5. LUKAS GAWORONSKI
  6. MADAKI ESTHER
  7. MAIKWADA MAIKENTI
  8. MICHEAL MADDOXMAN OKWORI
  9. MUHAMMED KUDOS
  10. NARIN GWAISON- ADUDU
  11. NASIRU ABDULAHI
  12. OCHEJA EMMANUEL
  13. OLAOLUWAPEMI OGUNMOLA
  14. PASCAL OMATOLA
  15. PIUS INNOCENT
  16. PHIL MIKE PAKU
  17. RABIOU HAMIDOU
  18. REALSTAN OFFOR
  19. RUFAS RUTH MOLTA
  20. SARATU YUSUF
  1. SIN YUNG TUNG
  2. TONIA BLEND ABDULLAHI
  3. UBONG DAVID
  4. UGOCHUKWU NWANOLUDE
  5. UGONOH MARTIN
  6. USMAN IYEOMA ISMAILA
  7. UWOH OBUTOR AWALA
  8. YUGUDA ABDULLAHI
  9. ZAINAB C. MAIZA-LUEKEN

ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT SO FAR:

The Organization has carried out some projects, below are the details:-

PROJECT REPORT 1

PROJECT NAME: LEND A HAND PROJECT. FOR THE CHILDREN OF AN

                                  ORPHANAGE HOME CALLED THE ANAWIM CENTRE,

                                  HOME OF THE POOREST OF THE POOR, IN GWAGWALADA

                                  AREA COUNCIL, ABUJA, NIGERIA.

PARTICIPANTS:  MEMBERS OF THE ANAWIM HOME.

                                 MEMBERS OF IEVAWC.

EXECUTIVE CO-: MISS NABIYE B. J. TAL

ORDINATOR

PROJECT CO-:      MISS NABIYE B. J TAL

ORDINATOR

VENUE:                 THE ANAWIM CENTRE, HOME OF THE POOREST OF THE

                                POOR, ALONG GWAGWALADA – ABAJI ROAD, ABUJA,

                                NIGERIA.

DATE:                   16TH DECEMBER, 2006.

OBJECTIVES:     TO REACH OUT TO CHILDREN IN THE ORPHANAGE HOME

                                WHERE MOST ARE PRODUCTS OF GENDER VIOLENCE,

                                SUCH AS UNWANTED TEENAGE PREGNANCIES AND RAPE.

TOPICS:                GENDER VIOLENCE.

                                RAPE.

NOTE:                    THE QUIET AND SERENE ENVIRONMENT USHERED US

                                INTO THE HOME, WE WERE WARMLY WELCOMED BY THE

                                GUIDE IN THE HOME. A BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF OUR

                               OBJECTIVES WERE GIVEN. THEN WE BEGAN, IT WAS MORE

                                OF AN INTERACTIVE FORUM. BECAUSE QUESTIONS WERE

                                ASKED AND THE GUIDE ANSWERED US EFFECTIVELY. WE

                                PRESENTED GIFT ITEMS AND THEN TOURED ROUND THE

                                HOME AND INTERACTED WITH THE YOUNG MOTHERS

                                WHOSE BABIES HAVE BEEN REJECTED? WE ALSO

                                INTERACTED WITH A PERSON LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS AND

                                THE MENTALLY DERANGED IN THE HOME. PHOTOGRAPHS

                                WERE TAKEN WITH THEM.

PROJECT REPORT 2

PROJECT NAME: TEACH THEM YOUNG PROJECT. FOR STUDENTS OF STAR

                                  INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN GWAGWALADA, ABUJA,

                                  NIGERIA.

PARTICIPANTS:  EIGHTY EIGHT (88) STUDENTS FROM SSS 1 TO SSS 3.

                                 THE PRINCIPAL AND FEW TEACHERS OF THE SCHOOL.

                                 MEMBERS OF IEVAWC.

EXECUTIVE CO-: MISS NABIYE B. J. TAL

ORDINATOR

PROJECT CO-:      MISS NABIYE B. J TAL

ORDINATOR

RESOURCE    :       MR RAPHEAL JOSEPH

PERSONS                MISS NABIYE TAL

VENUE:                   THE PREMISES OF STAR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL,

                                  PHASE 3, GWAGWALADA, ABUJA.

DATE:                     15TH FEBRUARY, 2007.

OBJECTIVES:  TO REACH OUT TO TEENAGERS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

                            WHERE MOST ARE LIKELY TO HAVE EXPERIENCED GENDER

                             VIOLENCE SUCH AS SEXUAL HARRASMENT AND RAPE.

TOPICS:            WIDE RANGE OF SUBJECTS WAS COVERED. THESE INCLUDE;

                             TEENAGE PREGNANCY CRISES, RAPE AND HIV/AIDS.

NOTE:                AFTER THE SEMINAR, ALL THE PARTICIPANTS WERE

                            HAPPY AT BEING PART OF THE SEMINAR. FROM THE

                            EVALUATION FORM, THEY INDICATED THEIR PREFERENCES

                            FOR SUCH INTERACTIVE AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

                            PROCESS TO BE ORGANIZED OFTEN. SINCE EVERY OTHER

                            SEMINAR OF THIS NATURE ALWAYS INVOLVES MUCH TALK

                            WHICH IS NOT PARTICIPATORY. THERE WAS ROOM FOR

                            QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. A STATISTICS OF THE

                            PARTICIPATING STUDENT WAS TAKEN, THE FOLLOWING

                            DATA WAS WHAT WE GOT.

                            FEMALES: 54%

                            MALES: 42%

                            RISK OF CONTACTING HIV/AIDS: YES – 31%

                                                                                            NO – 54%

                            MOLESTED (FEMALES): 22%

                            MOLESTED (MALES): 12%

                            RAPED (FEMALES): 6%

                            HARRASSED SEXUALLY: 20%

                            HAVE CONTRACTED INFECTIONS: 15%

                            SEXUAL PARTNERS: NONE – 53%

                                                                   ONE – 6%

                                                                   TWO – 3%

                                                                  THREE – 9%

PROJECT REPORT 3

PROJECT NAME: TEACH THEM YOUNG PROJECT. FOR PUPILS OF HOLY

                                  TRINITY SCHOOL IN GWAGWALADA, ABUJA,

                                  NIGERIA.

PARTICIPANTS:  FORTY TWO (42) PUPILS FROM PRY 4 TO PRY 6

                                 FEW TEACHERS OF THE SCHOOL.

                                 MEMBERS OF IEVAWC.

EXECUTIVE CO-: MISS NABIYE B. J. TAL

ORDINATOR

PROJECT CO-:      MISS YUSRAH BELLO

ORDINATOR

RESOURCE    :       MR SECHAP TSOKWA

PERSONS                MAL. NAZIR IDRIS MUH’D

                                  MISS JOYCE JAMES

                                  MISS AISHA SHEJI

VENUE:                  A CLASSROOM IN THE SCHOOL WAS USED.

DATE:                     08TH AUGUST, 2008.

OBJECTIVES:  TO REACH OUT TO CHILDREN IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

                            WHERE MOST ARE LIKELY TO HAVE EXPERIENCED OR

                            WITNESSED GENDER VIOLENCE SUCH AS CHILD SEXUAL

                             ABUSE AND WIFE BATTERING.

TOPICS:            WIDE RANGE OF SUBJECTS WAS COVERED. THESE INCLUDE;

                            CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE, WIFE BATTERING AND HIV/AIDS.

NOTE:                ALL THE PARTICIPANTS WERE

                            HAPPY AT BEING PART OF THE SEMINAR.

                             THE TEACHERS URGED AND ENCOURAGED US TO

                            KEEP EDUCATING AND PRAYING FOR THE CHILDREN.

                            THERE WAS ROOM FOR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. A

                            STATISTICS OF THE PARTICIPANTS WAS TAKEN BUT WE

                            COULDN’T GET ACCURATE RESULTS BECAUSE THE PUPILS

                            WERE NOT ALLOWED TO FILL THE FORM ACCORDINGLY BY

                            THE TEACHERS.

PROJECT REPORT 4

PROJECT NAME: TEACH THEM YOUNG PROJECT. FOR PUPILS OF SUZZ

                                  TENDERLY PRIMARY SCHOOL IN GWAGWALADA, ABUJA,

                                  NIGERIA.

PARTICIPANTS:  SIXTY NINE (69) STUDENTS FROM PRIMARY 4 TO 6

                                 FEW TEACHERS OF THE SCHOOL.

                                 MEMBERS OF IEVAWC.

EXECUTIVE CO-: MISS NABIYE B. J. TAL

ORDINATOR

PROJECT CO-:      MISS YUSRAH BELLO

ORDINATOR

RESOURCE    :       MR MAHMUD ABDULJABBAR

PERSONS                MISS RANDO SUKAI

                                  MISS NABIYE TAL

                                  MAL. NAZIR IDRIS MUH’D

VENUE:                   THE SCHOOL PREMISES WAS USED.

DATE:                     15TH AUGUST, 2008.

OBJECTIVES:  TO REACH OUT TO PUPILS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

                            WHERE MOST ARE LIKELY TO HAVE EXPERIENCED OR

                            WITNESSED GENDER VIOLENCE SUCH AS CHILD SEXUAL

                            ABUSE AND WIFE BATTERING.

TOPICS:            THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS WAS COVERED.

                             TEENAGE PREGNANCY CRISES, HIV/AIDS AND WIFE

                             BATTERING.

NOTE:                THE PARTICIPANTS WERE GREATLY ENLIGHTENED, THERE

                            WAS ROOM FOR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. A STATISTICS

                            OF THE PARTICIPATING STUDENT WAS TAKEN.

PROJECT REPORT 5

PROJECT NAME: TEACH THEM YOUNG PROJECT. FOR PUPILS OF PHASE 3

                                  PRIMARY SCHOOL IN GWAGWALADA, ABUJA,

                                  NIGERIA.

PARTICIPANTS:  FIFTY SIX (56) PUPILS OF PRIMARY 6A, B & C.

                                 FEW TEACHERS OF THE SCHOOL.

                                 MEMBERS OF IEVAWC.

EXECUTIVE CO-: MISS NABIYE B. J. TAL

ORDINATOR

PROJECT CO-:      MISS NABIYE TAL

ORDINATOR

RESOURCE    :      MR TIMS OBETA

PERSONS               MISS YUSRAH BELLO

                                 MISS AISHA SHEJI

VENUE:                  A CLASS ROOM IN THE SCHOOL WAS USED.

DATE:                     25TH SEPTEMBER, 2008.

OBJECTIVES:  TO REACH OUT TO CHILDREN IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

                            WHERE MOST ARE LIKELY TO HAVE EXPERIENCED OR

                            WITNESSED GENDER VIOLENCE SUCH AS CHILD SEXUAL

                             ABUSE AND WIFE BATTERING.

TOPICS:            SUBJECTS COVERED INCLUDE;

                            RAPE, WIFE BATTERING AND HIV/AIDS.

NOTE:                AFTER THE SEMINAR, THE TEACHERS THANKED US

                             AND ENCOURAGED US TO KEEP EDUCATING THE CHILDREN

                             THERE WAS ROOM FOR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. A

                            STATISTICS OF THE PARTICIPANTING STUDENTS WAS

                            TAKEN AND THIS IS WHAT WE GOT.

                             FEMALES: 30

                            MALES: 26

                            HAVE WITNESSED WIFE BATTERING: 54%

                            RAPED (FEMALES): 11%

                            MOLESTED: 16%

                            ATTEMPTED RAPE: 20%

                            NONE OF THE ABOVE: 10%

PROJECT REPORT 6

PROJECT NAME: A COMMUNITY AWARENESS CAMPAIGN TO REDUCE

                                  CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AND THE SPREAD OF HIV/ AIDS.

PARTICIPANTS:  109 MEMBERS OF GARKI VILLAGE COMMUNITY,

                                  INCLUDING THE SARKI AND DISTRICT HEADS.

                                  MEMBERS OF IEVAWC.

EXECUTIVE CO-: MISS NABIYE B. J. TAL

ORDINATOR

PROJECT CO-:      MAL. IDRIS MUHAMMED NAZIR.

ORDINATOR

RESOURCE    :      MR OGHAYEI SUNDAY

PERSONS               MRS ROSE J. TAL

                                 MISS AISHA SHEJI

VENUE:                 THE SARKIN GARKI’S PALACE, GARKI VILLAGE, FCT-

                                ABUJA, NIGERIA.

DATE:                   10TH DECEMBER, 2008.

OBJECTIVES:     TO REDUCE CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN THE COMMUNITY

                                TO THE LOWEST/ MINIMUM LEVEL.

                                TO REDUCE THE SPREAD OF HIV/ AIDS IN THE

                                COMMUNITY.

                                TO ENHANCE PEACEFUL CO- EXISTENCE AMONG ALL

                                GENDER IN THE COMMUNITY.

TOPICS:                CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE.

                                HIV/ AIDS AND,

                         SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS

NOTE:                  THE PEOPLE WERE EAGER TO LISTEN TO THE

                               SEMINAR AS THEY WERE ALL SEATED BEFORE TIME,

                               WE BEGAN THE WIDE RANGE OF SUBJECTS AND ROLE

                               PLAYS WE HAD, AND BY THE TIME WE WERE THROUGH,

                               THE PEOPLE WERE SO EXCITED THEY ASKED US TO COME

                               AGAIN. PHOTOGRAPHS WERE TAKEN.

PROJECT REPORT 7

    In the year 2009, The Organization was into partnerships, collaborations and Deliberations with different Organizations to find ways of completely Eliminating violence against women & children in FCT before the year 2013. Organizations such as NCWS, UNICEF, AMAC, FMOWA, FMOE, etc)

PROJECT REPORT 8

PROJECT NAME: DEBATE COMPETION

PARTICIPANTS:  STUDENTS OF ALL SAINTS COLLEGE, GOMBE.

                                 STUDENTS OF GOVERNMENT GIRLS COLLEGE,

                                 DOMA, GOMBE STATE.

                                 STUDENTS OF SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, GOMBE.

                                 FEW TEACHERS OF THE ABOVE SCHOOLS.

                                 MEMBERS OF IEVAWC

                                 FEW STAFF OF THE STATE MINISTRY OF WOMEN AFFAIRS

                                 MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

EXECUTIVE CO-: MISS NABIYE B. J. TAL

ORDINATOR

PROJECT CO-:      MR SUNDAY BUBA

ORDINATOR

RESOURCE    :       MRS HANATU DOGO- WRAPA COORDINATOR,

PERSONS                GOMBE CHAPTER.

                                  BARR. BAYO ADEWALE- LEGAL PRACTIONER

VENUE:                  DEVELOPMENT HALL, GOMBE STATE MINISTRY

                                 OF WOMEN AFFAIRS.

DATE:                     18TH MARCH, 2010.

OBJECTIVES:  TO ENLIGTHEN SECONDARY SCHOOLS STUDENTS

                            ON THE DANGERS AND EFFECTS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST.

                            WOMEN.

TOPIC:            VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN- WHO IS TO BLAME?

NOTE:                ALL THE PARTICIPANTS WERE

                            HAPPY AT BEING PART OF THE DEBATE COMPETION,.

PROJECT REPORT 9

PROJECT NAME: A COMMUNITY AWARENESS CAMPAIGN TO ELIMINATE

                                  VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN.

PARTICIPANTS:  326 MEMBERS OF TAL COMMUNITY,

                                  INCLUDING THE HAKIMIN TAL AND DISTRICT HEADS.

                                  MEMBERS OF IEVAWC.

                                  MEMBERS OF WRAPA- BILLIRI CHAPTER

                                  MEMBERS OF SKILLS-FIX- GOMBE

EXECUTIVE CO-: MISS NABIYE B. J. TAL

ORDINATOR

PROJECT CO-:      MR SUNDAY BUBA.

ORDINATOR

RESOURCE    :      MR SUNDAY BUBA

PERSONS               MS NABIYE J. TAL

                                 HAJIA MARYAM AHMED

VENUE:                 THE HAKIMIN TAL’S PALACE, TAL-BILLIRI LGA

                                GOMBE STATE, NIGERIA.

DATE:                   31ST MARCH, 2010.

OBJECTIVES:     TO ELIMINATE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN THE

                               COMMUNITY.

                                TO REDUCE THE SPREAD OF HIV/ AIDS IN THE

                                COMMUNITY.

                                TO ENCOURAGE AND EMPWOWER RURAL WOMEN

                                TO ENHANCE PEACEFUL CO- EXISTENCE AMONG ALL

                                GENDER IN THE COMMUNITY.

TOPICS:                WIFE-BATTERING,

                                RAPE,

                                SEXUAL HARRASMENT,

                                HIV/ AIDS AND,

                                SKILLS ACQUISITION

NOTE:                  THE WOMEN WERE EAGER TO LISTEN TO THE

                               SEMINAR AS THEY GLADLY GATHERED TOGETHER,

                               THE RANGE OF SUBJECTS WAS DISCUSSED, AND THERE

                               WAS ROOM FOR QUESTION AND ANSWERS. THE HAKIMIN

                                TAL, AND ALL THE DISTRICT HEADS PRESENT THANKED

                                US AND ENCOURAGED US TO KEEP ENLIGHTENING THEM.

                      PHOTOGRAPHS WERE TAKEN

PROJECT REPORT 10

                 FOR 2011:-

 THE ORGANIZATION CARRIED OUT AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS THROUGH THE MEDIA TO PROMOTE THE EXISTENCE AND ACTIVITIES OF THE NGO AND ALSO SEEK OUT TO SOLICIT  FOR PARTNERSHIPS WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS, AND SPONSORSHIP, FUNDING AND  DONATIONS FROM OTHER ORGANIZATIONS, CORPORATE BODIES OR PHILANTHROPISTS. FIND BELOW THE ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT.

  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. AFRICA 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 NGOS 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 & CHILDREN. BY ACTIONAID. VENUE- BOLTON WHITE HOTELS, ABUJA. DATE- 6TH – 7TH DECEMBER, 2011.

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