Every Child Deserves To Grow Up In A Society Free From Sexual Abuse
SOAR AT TEN
1-Day Refresher Training for CCPC Members in Wukara and Tasha 1 Communities
1-Day Refresher Training For CCPC Members in Wuna and Kayarda Communities
Remedial Classes Begin for The Year 2021, Under the Spotlight Initiative
Community Theatre and Dialogue
Launch of Physical Safe Spaces in Kurudu and Ushafa Communities Under The Spotlight Initiative
Children’s Party Organized by CCPC in Project Communities under RoLAC
International Day of The Girl Child
SOAR CHILD AND TEEN SUPPORT CENTER OFFICIAL LAUNCH
UN Women Deputy Executive Director Åsa Regnér visits Nigeria to Review The UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women
Donor Funded Projects
GRASSROOTS INTERVENTION PROJECT AGAINST CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE (GRIP-CSA)
The goal of this project is to change gender inequitable norms, attitudes and behaviours of community members in Kuje, Gwagwalada and Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) of the FCT which continue to encourage sexual violence of children and particularly girls while also preventing disclosures of this crime due to the culture of silence.
CREATION OF SAFE SPACES IN 60 SCHOOLS UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT INITIATIVE
Creating Safe Spaces in educational institutions that provide remedial lessons and life skills such as leadership, self-esteem, communication, negotiation, assertiveness and refusal skills to girls at risk of dropping out of school to prevent VAWG/SGBV/HP and access SRHR in FCT. Sixty (60) project schools in AMAC and Bwari Area Council.
MOBILIZING COMMUNITIES TO END SBV AGAINST GIRLS IN DUTSE & WHUMBA COMMUNITY
The project mobilised grassroots communities and schools to develop local mechanisms to protect girls from sexual violence in two communities in the Municipal Area Council of Abuja. The UNTF project targets 2 project communities located in the Abuja Municipal Area Council of the FCT.
GRIP-CSA: THE IMPACT JOURNEY
This documentary is supported by the European Union, Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Programme.
MEN SPEAK UP
Children have continued to remain vulnerable to sexual violence with incidents occurring where they should be safest including in, to and from school and by those who should care for them. Statistics remain alarmingly high, with over 9 million children in Nigeria under the age of 18 years being exposed to sexual violence every year. This project seeks to “catch them young” by mobilizing and training adolescent school boys as Advocates to break the silence of sexual violence against boys and advocate against sexual violence of children generally.
Physical Safe Spaces Implemented Under The Spotlight Initiative
Implemented by SOAR Initiative, Contracted by UNESCO under the Spotlight Initiative. Physical safe spaces for Women and Girls have been opened in Kurudu (AMAC) and Ushafa (Bwari) communities.
Suite AC2 Apo Sparlight Mall Opposite Living Faith Church Durumi
8:00 AM – 4.00 PM
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