The 2022 International Women’s day Workshop convened 300 young girls and women from local communities, internally displaced person camps, women-led CSOs, religious organisations, and schools. These participants were empowered and educated with skills in personal development, leadership, ICT, and making reusable pads.
My Body, My Future Army Day Secondary School project empowered 115 young girls of the school with in-depth, comprehensive sexuality education, which is vital for young people to reach their full potential. The participants also received 1-1 counseling sessions and free menstrual hygiene products.
My Body, My Future Mpape project delivered comprehensive sexuality education, 1-1 counselling and distribution of free menstrual hygiene products to 100 young girls in the community.
The My Body, My Future Kuchingoro IDP Camp project delivered comprehensive education on sexual and menstrual health and distributed free menstrual hygiene products to 50 young girls to enable them make informed decisions.
The 2022 Volunteers Retreat empowered 11 volunteers with the skills required to build capacity and autonomy in the civil society space. It was also a team bonding event, where volunteers connected to share and learn from one other, creating broader opportunites for future collaboration.
My Body, My Future Army Day Secondary School project empowered 75 young girls with the fundamentals sexual and reproductive health knowledge and skills. They also receieved 1-1 counselling and free menstrual hygiene products.
My Body, My Future Jahi Community project empowered 50 young girls with the fundamentals sexual and reproductive health knowledge and skills. They also receieved 1-1 counselling and free menstrual hygiene products.
The Young Learners Programme Jahi Community empowered 50 young girls with the skills in setting up a Lapel Pin Production business on order to provide them with future livelihood.
Jika Adolescent Hub’s Programme receives a nod from UN Women Nigeria as Technology promoting Gender Equality
The SHE programme was selected by UN Women Nigeria as Technology promoting Gender Equality and Women Empowerment. On the 23rd of March 2023, the founder and Executive Director of Jika Adolescent Hub, Dr MaryJane Nweje, was recognised by UN Women Nigeria Youth Showcase as a Leading Youth Advancing Gender Equality & Women’s Empowerment (GEWE) through […]
Storytelling is a fundamental part of human communication, and throughout history, people have used stories to pass on knowledge, share experiences, and inspire others.The Compelling Narrative seminar will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to create stories that capture the attention and imagination of their audience.