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Women’s Rights and Health Project, WRAHP

Lagos, Nigeria
Joined November 2017

WRAHP is a Non-Governmental Organisation with the core mission of promoting Women and community health by equipping, mobilizing and actively engaging members of the community as agents of change



Presence in: Nigeria
Focus: Access to Information, Economic Empowerment, Family, Gender-based violence, Health, Women's Rights

Who we are
Womens Rights And Health Project is an innovative non-governmental non-profit making organization that works for the promotion of reproductive health, rights and general development for women, young girls and communities

OUR VISION

A foremost organization promoting sound health, equal rights and development for women young people and communities

OUR MISSION

To promote women’s and community health and development by equipping, mobilizing and actively engaging members of the community as agents of social change through information sharing, capacity building and advocacy.

People Associated With This Organization

Bose Ironsi

Nigeria  
Women’s Rights and Health Project,...
Joined November 2017
Interests: Economic Empowerment, Education, Gender-based violence, Health, Women's Rights
Women’s Rights and Health Project (WRAHP) is a Non-Governmental Organisation with the core mission of promoting Women and community health by equipping, mobilizing and actively engaging members of the community as agents of social change through information sharing, capacity building and advocacy. Women’s Rights and Health Project has been able to implement several Human Rights and health projects across Nigeria.

WRAHP accomplished the following: Its Centre for Counselling and Support Program has directly reached over 500 GBV Survivors; produced and disseminated the 50,000 simplified version of Domestic Violence Law of Lagos State and various information on domestic and gender based violence; have attained active presence in more than 30 communities, 12 Local Government Areas and reached over 11276 youth; WRAHP has trained 527 community volunteers on rights and health issues; conducted referrals for follow-up services on Human Rights issues in coloboration with Government agencies
Bose Ironsi is the network champion (main point of contact) for Women’s Rights and Health Project, WRAHP.

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