The activity was focused on sensitization of the populace of Osun State and its neighboring states. Media and school outreaches were carried out.
This particular project was centered on using the media to reduce the practice of FGM in Akwuke community of Enugu State. Furthermore, this project supported women (End FGM champions) in the community who have vehemently opposed the mutilation of their girl children. We came up with this project due to the increase in FGM, we noticed in this community.
Adedotun Ajayi works with the Young Men Network Against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence.
Fatou Baldeh stated that young people can put an end to FGM, with the recent trend of more youths being aware and consistently engaged there's strong hope that they will resist subjecting their children to FGM when they come of age to bear children.
We engaged the general public to demand better from the newly elected member. To support gender-neutral laws and fund allocations for the survivors of Gender Based-Violence.
This group involves journalists, human rights actors, and disabled persons who attended the FGM training in Foya with the armed of ensuring the issue of FGM is abolished. The issue of FGM has and continued to affect our women and girls negatively, especially in rural communities like ours where the practice is very strong.
My team in Vahun district had activists identified as Alpha K. Lalugbah and Pastor Phils Vandi. I hosted two Radio Talk-Shows.
This team of activists, women groups, journalists, and human rights actors who benefited from the cross-border FGM training in Foya Lofa County during this campaign had two Radio Talk Show at Radio Makona on April 12th and the 15th, 2022.
This team of activists, women groups, journalists, and human rights actors who benefited from the cross-border FGM training in Foya Lofa County during this campaign had one Radio Talk Show on Radio Kintoma and another Talk Show on Radio Voice of Lofa.
This team comprises journalists, activists, and religious leaders and is based in Kolahun district, Lofa County with Madam Comfort Borwah who participated in the cross-border training.