International Women’s Day

International Women"s Day

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Aim:

Celebrate International women’s Day with Internally Displaced Women at Bakassi and give them sense of hope and belonging in the society.

Activity: Based on the Theme of the 2017 IWD celebration “Bold for Change”, we delivered a public lecture to the women, malikng them understand they have the possibility of changing their narratives by themselves if they can be bold to rise beyond their social condition.   Distribution of relief materials such as clothes and other gift items to over 200 women and children, Public lecture on the  sexual reproductive health and personal hygiene  needs assessment of vulnerable women

Outcome/Impact

  • The women were happy and had and increased sense of belonging.
  • Increased knowledge on sexual reproductive health and personal hygiene
  • The needs assessment exercise, the women have hope of integration into development programmes for an enhanced livelihood.

Beneficiaries:

250 women, girls and children in Bakassi, Cross River State.

Partners:

  • American Corner Calabar
  • Issabella Ayuk Foundation
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Designed to curb illiteracy among youngsters and reawaken reading culture among them by rewarding winners with educational aid materials such as laptops, dictionaries, scramble games, and scholarships.

To mobilise, engage and motivate low income women and Girls to lead change in their communities through education and engagement in economic activities.

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