9-Weeks Skill Acquisition Programme at Children of Promise Ministries Orphanage Home, Ibadan

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In partnership with Dare To Be Different Initiative, One Voice Initiative for Women and Children Emancipation organized a Four-Month skill training for Children at the Children of Promise Ministries where the children were taught 3 different core skills and given a hand book on one other skill. The four skills being; Interior Decoration handled by […]

ONE VOICE INITIATIVE FOR WOMEN AND CHILD EMANCIPATION (OVIWCE) OSUN STATE REPORT ON PREVALENCE OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (FGM) IN THE STATE

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Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) or circumcision of female external genitals is simply the cutting or removal of the parts of the female external genitalia (labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, et cetera), depending on the type of FGM. Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as “all procedures that involve partial […]

A Deep Look into Adolescent Sexual Health and Rights (ASHR) 

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Speaking from the layman’s standpoint, “sexual health” is simply having a good sex life. Though it’s part of it, but it’s just a superficial portion of the real deal.  A good sexual health entails “maintaining good health conditions, psychological state and healthy relationships” while having a good sexual life. According to the “World Health Organisation”, […]

Autism Spectrum Disorder 

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Some of us have heard of the term but still don’t know what exactly it entails. To start with, autism spectrum disorder is a range of conditions classified as neurodevelopmental disorders. It is characterized by problems in communication and social interaction and also, restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests or activities. This is to say […]

The Girl Child, Our Responsibility 

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In the world today, especially Nigeria,  Girls are often treated as inferior, not good enough, and are socialised to put themselves last,  thus discriminating their self esteem and power of reasoning. It is a common thought in Nigeria that women belong in the kitchen hence they are deprived of their education right, thus are also […]