SSVWG Project Report

    PROJECT GOAL
    To provide safe spaces for 7000 women and girls affected by gender-based violence across the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria and the F.C.T while equipping the beneficiaries with economic empowerment to enable them secure livelihood opportunities in 3 months.


    ACTIVITY REPORT
    As part of its Safe Space for Vulnerable Women and Girls project, The Osasu Show Foundation distributed its first batch of Food Palliative on Thursday 30th April 2020 to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) HQ in Abuja. The food items were donated to the increasing numbers of vulnerable women and girls being sheltered at different safe spaces under the auspices of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons.

    The breakdown of the food items donated are as follows:

    1. 100 live chickens
    2. 200 crates of eggs
    3. 200 tubers of yams
    4. 200kg seedless cucumbers

    The direct beneficiaries of the project are women and children in 9 representative groups listed as follows:

    1. WOTCLEF (Women Trafficking and Child Labour Eradication Foundation.
    2. MeCaht (Media Coalition & Awareness to Halt Human Trafficking)
    3. NAPTIP (National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP)
    4. Daughters of Abraham Foundation
    5. DRAC (Disability Rights Advocacy Centre)
    6. Libya Returnees
    7. Damsel of his Glory Foundation
    8. Mother Theresa Orphanage
    9. Joint Association of Persons with Disabilities

    OUTCOME
    The Osasu Show Foundation under its Safe Space for Vulnerable Women and Girls project provided food palliatives to reach a minimum of 500 women and girls in shelters managed by NAPTIP.

    NEXT STEPS

    1. Monitoring of the distribution of food palliatives to ensure it reaches the intended direct
      beneficiaries
    2. Securing palliatives from female-led cooperatives to reach the target number of
      beneficiaries for this project across the six geo-political zones

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *