Flashlights Action On Girls Safety (FLAGS) Dissemination Meeting

On the 29th of March 2022, TCF hosted a FLAGS baseline dissemination meeting to share findings from the qualitative and quantitative assessment of 268 respondents and 3 communities through Key Informant Interviews (KII), Focal Group Discussions (FGD) and surveys.

The ED TCF, Mrs Tayo Erinle welcomed the guests and gave an overview of the FLAGS project and the M&E officer Jane Conqueror disseminated detailed findings of the baseline assessment to those present. At the end of the meeting, stakeholders and community leaders were well informed about the state of GBV in their communities and pledged their support to the FLAGS project and to fighting GBV in their communities by taking the “Do No Harm Pledge”.

In attendance were key stakeholders on the FLAGS project : The Director Primary Health Care, Bwari Area Council, Child Protection Network , Awyetu Sexual Assault and Referral Center, Bwari, NMEC, NATCOM UNESCO, 100 Women Lobby group, Federal Ministry of Health, ,NOGALSS, Community leaders from Masaka and Durumi communities, FLAGS participants and Mama Yara from Idukoro, Nyanya, Durumi, Garam and Kogo communities of the FCT , Niger and Nasarawa States.

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