16 days of Activism against Gender-based Violence on the GBV Alert for Women and Girls Empowerment (ENGAGE-Her) Project Implemented under the Strengthening Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement (SCALE) Nigeria, Funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Implemented by Palladium.

Day 1

The TCF team in Lagos State ignited change during a campaign for the 16 Days of Activism, raising awareness of violence against women and girls on the GBV Alert for Women and Girls’ Empowerment (ENGAGE-Her) project. The campaign achieved remarkable success, sparking crucial conversations.
The campaign also empowered men, women, boys and girls to boldly UNITE! echoing the call to “#ENDSGBV” and #SupportSurvivors
Witnessing solidarity, a woman paused on her way to fetch water, joining in the collective voice saying NO to SGBV
Together, we’re breaking barriers and fostering a safer and more informed community.

 

Day 2

The ENGAGE-Her team kicked off the 16 Days of Activism with an inauguration event at the Chemline House Training and Event Centre in Ikeja, Lagos State.

In attendance were key representatives from the Lagos State Ministry of Education, International Federation of Women Lawyers in Nigeria (FIDA) Lagos Chapter, Zenith Bank PLC, community leaders, Community Action Committee members, School Guidance counsellors, Facilitators, Project beneficiaries from both schools and communities, TCF team and the media.

The event was marked by an insightful panel discussion, shedding light on the crucial roles of community leaders, school management, government, and private representatives in preventing SGBV.

Project beneficiaries took the stage with an insightful drama presentation. The Q&A session brought engaging interactions, and a commitment statement resonated through the venue, emphasizing the collective dedication to combatting gender-based violence.
A significant highlight was the heartfelt recitation of the “DO NO HARM PLEDGE,” symbolizing a united front against violence and a commitment to fostering a safer community.

Day 3
Breaking barriers through the power of sports!
As one of her 16 days of Activism activities, Tabitha Cumi Foundation team organised a FRIENDLY FOOTBALL match for the boys at Ikeja Senior School in Lagos State on the GBV Alert for Women and Girls Empowerment (ENGAGE-Her) project implemented under the Strengthening Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement (SCALE) Nigeria, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Palladium.
In the spirit of unwavering solidarity against gender-based violence, this dynamic event aimed not only to showcase talent but also to foster unity and raise awareness.
Let’s stand together, speak out, and champion a world free from gender-based violence!
Day 4
The ENGAGE-Her team kicked off the 16 Days of Activism with an inauguration event at the King’s Inn Resort Gboko, Benue State.
In attendance were key representatives from the International Federation of Women Lawyers in Nigeria (FIDA) Gboko Chapter, Child Protection Network, community leaders, School Guidance counsellors, Facilitators, Project beneficiaries from both schools and communities and the TCF team.
The event was marked by an insightful panel discussion, shedding light on the crucial roles of community leaders, school management, government, and private representatives in preventing SGBV.
The Q&A session brought engaging interactions, and a commitment statement resonated through the venue, emphasizing the collective dedication to combatting gender-based violence.
A significant highlight was the heartwarming stories shared by participants symbolizing a united front against violence and a commitment to fostering a safer community.

Day 5

Sexual and gender-based violence is a menace in our society, we must all UNITE! Invest to prevent Violence against women and girls

 

Day 6

As one of its activities during the 16 days of Activism, the ENGAGE-Her team conducted He4She with the Abakaliki High School boys in Ebonyi State on the need to continue to report GBV cases in their schools and communities.

The boys were enlightened on tips to prevent GBV.

 

Day 7

Breaking barriers through the power of sports!

As one of her 16 days of Activism activities, Tabitha Cumi Foundation team organised a FRIENDLY FOOTBALL match for the boys at Urban Model Secondary School Abakaliki in Ebonyi State on the GBV Alert for Women and Girls Empowerment (ENGAGE-Her) project implemented under the Strengthening Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement (SCALE) Nigeria, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Palladium.
In the spirit of unwavering solidarity against gender-based violence, this dynamic event aimed not only to showcase talent but also to foster unity and raise awareness.
Let’s stand together, speak out, and champion a world free from gender-based violence!

 

Day 8

On Thursday 7th December 2023, we joined the SCALE Webinar on the discussion “Prioritizing Investment in gender-based violence Prevention: Accelerator for Gender Equality” to commemorate 16 days of activism against gender-based violence of women and girls

 

Day 9

 

Day 10

As part of the 16 days of activism activities, TCF team in Ebonyi State was delighted to meet with the State Coordinator, of National Human Rights Commission Ebonyi State Chapter Mr Chris Okorie, exploring avenues for collaboration and partnership on the GBV Alert for Women and Girls Empowerment (ENGAGE-Her) project to empower communities and amplify the reporting of cases related to Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV).

Together, we strive for a safer and more just society.

 

Day 11

Breaking barriers through the power of sports!
As one of her 16 days of Activism activities, Tabitha Cumi Foundation team organised a FRIENDLY FOOTBALL match for the boys at Government Secondary School Gboko, in Benue State on the GBV Alert for Women and Girls Empowerment (ENGAGE-Her) project implemented under the Strengthening Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement (SCALE) Nigeria, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Palladium.
In the spirit of unwavering solidarity against gender-based violence, this dynamic event aimed not only to showcase talent but also to foster unity and raise awareness.
Let’s stand together, speak out, and champion a world free from gender-based violence!

 

Day 12

Thrilled to have the Executive Director of Tabitha Cumi Foundation join our team in Lagos for an impactful session as part of the #16DaysofActivism!

She spoke passionately about our ENGAGE-HER project, sensitizing beneficiaries at the safe space on the urgent issues of gender-based violence. Their valuable inputs made it an engaging and empowering session.

Grateful for the positive impact of the investment in the fight against GBV for school girls and boys.
Day 13
Still on the 16 days of Activism
On the GBV Alert for Women and Girls Empowerment (ENGAGE-Her) project implemented under the Strengthening Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement (SCALE) Nigeria, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Palladium in Lagos, Ebonyi, and Benue States.

 

Day  14

The ENGAGE_HER team in Lagos, in the spirit of the 16 Days of Activism, recently visited the FIDA Nigeria Ikeja branch during their annual maiden week. This incredible initiative allowed us to strengthen ties and provided a platform to passionately advocate for the impactful work we do in Tabitha Cumi Foundation against Gender-Based Violence (GBV).
In standing in unity against GBV, this collaboration emphasizes the pressing need for collective action.
Let’s continue to raise our voices, stand together, and foster change in our communities!

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