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May 2020

Laraba the Young Girl

2020-05-14T10:43:26+00:00

By Aisha Ahmed, Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisor, Integrated Health Project (IHP) Sokoto State, Nigeria Violence against women, girls and boys are the most prevalent human rights violations in the world and are not restricted by any social, [...]

Laraba the Young Girl2020-05-14T10:43:26+00:00

February 2020

Supporting a Future without Violence in Bauchi State – Policy Activism Around the 2019 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign

2020-02-23T18:10:08+00:00

By Helen John, Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisor, IHP Bauchi State, Nigeria UN logo for the 2019 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign Rape is universally considered to be having or performing sexual acts [...]

Supporting a Future without Violence in Bauchi State – Policy Activism Around the 2019 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign2020-02-23T18:10:08+00:00

Saving Kebbi State from Malnutrition: The Dream of a Local Girl

2020-02-23T18:00:36+00:00

By Nafisa Abubakar Zaki – Gender, Social Inclusion & Community Engagement Advisor (GSICEA), IHP Kebbi State, Nigeria The first 1,000 days of a child’s life offer a unique window of opportunity for preventing undernutrition and its consequences. (UNICEF) Participants [...]

Saving Kebbi State from Malnutrition: The Dream of a Local Girl2020-02-23T18:00:36+00:00

Reflecting on My CCT Journey in Kebbi State

2020-02-23T18:01:30+00:00

Participants gather at workshop on conditional cash transfers and reaching marginalized population September 18th and 19th, 2019 at Kamba Motel, Birnin Kebbi, Kebbi State By Nafisa Abubakar Zaki – Gender, Social Inclusion & Community Engagement Advisor – IHP [...]

Reflecting on My CCT Journey in Kebbi State2020-02-23T18:01:30+00:00

January 2020

Reflection of my fall internship experience at WI-HER

2020-01-10T16:03:16+00:00

By Clarissa Hilber Clarissa Hilber I interned for WI-HER in the fall of 2019, for two months. The internship has been a great way to expand my knowledge of the public health field and its relation to policy [...]

Reflection of my fall internship experience at WI-HER2020-01-10T16:03:16+00:00

November 2019

Family Planning Commodities Donation Makes Splash at National Obstetrics Fistula Center, Ningi, Nigeria

2019-11-21T18:59:05+00:00

By Helen John, IHP Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisor, Bauchi State, Nigeria and Morgan Mickle, Gender Specialist, WI-HER, LLC “This is actually a partnership that works. We were thinking after the fistula consultation meeting held, that will be [...]

Family Planning Commodities Donation Makes Splash at National Obstetrics Fistula Center, Ningi, Nigeria2019-11-21T18:59:05+00:00

October 2019

Act to End NTDs | East Program Desk Review on Gender Issues Affecting Neglected Tropical Diseases

2020-06-21T09:35:32+00:00

Act to End NTDs | East Program Desk Review on Gender Issues Affecting Neglected Tropical Diseases Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) are a category of diverse communicable and treatable diseases that affect more than one billion of the world’s [...]

Act to End NTDs | East Program Desk Review on Gender Issues Affecting Neglected Tropical Diseases2020-06-21T09:35:32+00:00

International Day of the Girl Child 2019 Theme: GirlForce: Unscripted and unstoppable

2019-10-11T17:50:42+00:00

By Helen John, Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisor, Bauchi-Nigeria “You were meant to be a queen Even though you are hidden behind the curtain, your majesty, the world awaits your ascension oh do not fear, grab your rod, [...]

International Day of the Girl Child 2019 Theme: GirlForce: Unscripted and unstoppable2019-10-11T17:50:42+00:00
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