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SAC-VAWG PROJECT

Over the years, especially, during the 2019 pandemic, violence against women and girls have been challenges bedeviling our communities. With support from WARDC-Ford Foundation, Greenspring Development Initiative implementedSolidarity, Accountability and Commitment to Ending Violence Against Women and Girls (SAC-VAWG) project at Makoko in Mainland LGA and Ilaje Otumara Community in Yaba LCDA from April to October 2022. The report consists of Advocacy Visit to Community Leaders, Village Square Meetings with Community Leaders to condemn violence against women and girls, Community Dialogue, Support For Survivors Through VAWG Reportage, Monthly Mentoring and monitoring, Meeting With Women Groups in Organising And Mobilising To Address Issues With VAWG. Read the rest of...

2022 Project Summary- Solidarity, Accountability And Commitment To Ending Violence Against Women And Girls

SOLIDARITY ACCOUNTABILITY AND COMMITMENT ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS (SAC-VAWG) PROJECT IMPLEMENTED WITH FUNDING FROM WARDC-FORD FOUNDATION AT MAKOKO COMMUNITY IN MAINLAND LGA AND ILAJE OTUMARA COMMUNITY IN YABA LCDA FROM APRIL TO OCTOBER, 2022 ADVOCACY VISIT TO COMMUNITY LEADERS TO GET THEIR BUY-IN Advocacy and buy-in visits were conducted at the two communities on Tuesday 12th April, 2022.  Twenty-six (26) participants comprising of Traditional and Religious Leaders; Women and Chiefs-In-Council were present. IMPACT Introduction of the SAC-VAWG project to the relevant stakeholders who welcomed the project.  An opportunity for GBV intervention for women and girls Download Here ...

Partnership for Good Governance (PaGG) is a consortium of non-governmental organizations, (INCLUDING GREENSPRING DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE)

Partnership for Good Governance (PaGG) is a consortium of non-governmental organizations, (INCLUDING GREENSPRING DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE) professional bodies and the Private Sectors under the auspices of the State Accountability Voice initiative (DfIDSAVI) carried out a one day community engagement dialogue on participatory budgeting with citizens of Amuwo Odofin and the council. The sensitization increased awareness on the need for participatory budgeting and empowered participants to understand the gains and benefits associated with participation in the budgeting process. ...

Greenspring Development Initiative

Greenspring Development Initiative¬†is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) established to further the well-being and sustainable development of women, children, youth and people with disabilities. The Greenspring Development Initiative was established early 2007 completed registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in 26th July, 2013.  We operate in Lagos and Delta States in collaboration with Government, Public and Private Sectors, Non-Governmental Organisations, Development Partners together with Citizens towards the enhancement of the dignity of citizens. Greenspring Development Initiative Objective To empower women, children and youth in educational development; advocate for the integration of people with disabilities into the Society; sensitize women, children and youth on the prevention and scourge of...

2022 HLPF Summary & Reflections from TAP Steering Committee Member MEKWUYE Margaret Olabisi

2022 HLPF Summary & Reflections from TAP Steering Committee Member MEKWUYE Margaret Olabisi By MEKWUYE Margaret Olabisi, CSCSD I was invited to represent the TAP Network during their engagement around the 2022 UN High-Level Political Forum, providing my perspective from the TAP Steering Committee and work with my organization, Civil Society Coalition on Sustainable Development Nigeria (CSCSD). The theme of the 2022 HLPF was Building back better from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) while advancing the full implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 2022 HLPF, which was the first in-person meeting of the HLPF in three years, assessed the impact of COVID-19 and the various conflicts...