CSJ trains 50 NGOs on the use of shadow reporting in tackling Gender-based issues

Center for Social Justice held a two-day workshop on 20th and 21st of August for 50 Non-Governmental Organisations from the Federal Capital Territory, Adamawa and Sokoto States on the use of shadow reporting as it relates to Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) issues. Shadow reports are used by NGOs to…

WASH: Nigerian Based NGO and Partners to leverage Data to address water Poverty.

In an effort to leverage technology as a tool for development, Media for Community Change, a non-governmental organization based in Abuja, Nigeria is partnering with US-based NGO, BLI Global to launch Data4WASH on Thursday, August 27, 2020. The web-based interactive online platform has been designed…

Seyifunmi Adebote, others to speak at UN’s #Youth4ClimateLive series – IG Live

Seyifunmi Adebote, a young environmental leader in Nigeria will be speaking through the UN Youth Envoy’s Instagram account as part of a panel on a special Instagram Live on Friday, August 21st between 06.00 pm-06:45 pm WAT. This is part of activities to set the stage for #Youth4ClimateLive Episode 3:…

Hamzat Lawal Listed as a Global Malala Fund Education Champion

Following his advocacy for policy and programmatic solutions in the education sector, Follow The Money Campaigner and CODE’s Chief Executive, Hamzat Lawal, has been listed as a Malala Fund Education Champion with 57 others from around the world to accelerate progress towards girls’ secondary education.…

#WaterPoverty in Lai Papa Community in Oyo state, Nigeria

Here is a story of a community in Saki East of Oyo state with no source of Clean #Water. https://youtu.be/Tp3nsT2jsL0 Lai Papa, like many other Nigerian communities, A stream is the only source of water– drinking, bathing, laundry. Diseases emanating from using unclean water cannot…

SuS Pads project what is this initiative about?

Menstruation is a natural biological process that is meant to dignify women and girls around the world. Unfortunately, it is otherwise in many parts of the world subject of ridicule, surrounded by myths and in rare actually cases, the cause of death of adolescent girls. …

COP25: “We are not here to point fingers” – Seyifunmi Adebote.

In 2000, flood in Mozambique was responsible for 800 deaths, 329,000 displaced people and almost 2 million people affected in all. Between July 2011 and 2012, the entire East Africa region suffered a severe drought, said to be “the worst drought in 60 years.” Across…