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Commemoration of the International Day of the Girl Child facilitated by Gender and Development Action (GADA)

Date: 11th October 2017 INTRODUCTION This report documents the outcome activity of the commemoration of the International Day of the Girl Child facilitated by Gender and Development Action (GADA) The Celebration of the International Day of the Girl child was declared by the United States on the 19th of December 2011 and has been celebrated […]

OVER VIEW OF THE TECHNICAL MEETING FOR THE VALIDATION OF THE RIVERS STATE REVISED ACTION (SAP) PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1325

OVER VIEW OF THE TECHNICAL MEETING FOR THE VALIDATION OF THE RIVERS STATE REVISED ACTION (SAP) PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1325 The Rivers State Ministry of Women Affairs in collaboration with the Women in Peace and Security Network (WPSN) held a one-day Technical meeting for the validation of […]

Vacancy Announcement (2 Positions) –

 NATIONAL COALITION ON GAS FLARING AND OIL SPILLS IN THE NIGER DELTA (NACGOND)  Vacancy Announcement (2 Positions) Introduction:  NACGOND is a partnership of twenty member civil society groups that seek to address the lingering environmental degradation associated with oil spill, gas flare and illegal oil bunkering in the Niger Delta. It is also a vehicle that […]

A REPORT ON TOWN HALL MEETING HELD IN KE-DERE, GOKHANA, RIVERS STATE, ON THE 2ND OF SEPTEMBER 2015, FACILITATED BY GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT ACTION, WITH SUPPORT FROM THE NIGERIA STABILITY AND RECONCILIATION PROGRAMME

prayer, from one of the women leaders of the community. The cIntroduction This report documents the outcome of the town hall meeting held in Ke-Dere community in GOKHANA Local Government Area Rivers State. GADA had a prior engagement with the community leadership on the 23rd of August 2015 to introduce GADA/WPSN and inform them of […]

Women Peace and Security Network Community Entry at Obua/Odua, Rivers State.

  Executive summary Since 2013, cult activities and politically driven conflict have severely reduced the potential of women’s right as well as peace and development in the Obua/Odual local government areas. The contraction of conflict and its negative effect on vulnerable group (women, girls and physically challenged person) have not been sufficiently compensated by the […]