TCF Flashlight Actions on Girls’ Safety (FLAGS)

Flashlight Actions on Girls Safety (FLAGS) is a 3-year (May 2021 – May 2024) project funded by the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Girls giving support to 750 marginalised adolescent girls between the ages of 10-19 in 10 communities of the FCT, Nasarawa and Niger states. The project aims at educating girls on Gender Based Violence (GBV) prevention and response in their communities which was exacerbated by COVID- 19 becoming a shadow pandemic in the form of incest, familiar danger, intimate partner violence, rape, early and forced marriages etc.

Gender Based Violence survivors will be linked to multi-sectorial response services such as Health officers, FIDA and the Police.  The project will be working with community leaders, men, women, boys, and girls to create robust awareness on gender-based violence, prevention and response in the COVID-19 context.

FLAGS project kicked off in TCF with a virtual Program Management training held with the program team, advocacy visits paid to community stakeholders such as faith and traditional leaders to introduce the project and to get their buy-in and valuable contribution towards a successful outcome/implementation of the project. They were happy and pledged to support the project’s implementation to achieve its outcomes and make communities safer for adolescent girls.

Recent Activities

16 Days of Activism
25th of November – 10th December 2021 Tabitha Cumi Foundation hosted a series of activities to mark the United Nations…
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FLAGS Project Launch
On the 9th of December 2021, Tabitha Cumi Foundation launched her project Flashlight Actions on Girls’ Safety (FLAGS) project. In…
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