On 13th of May, 2010, I led the executives of the Minna Emirate Youth Association (MEYA) to collaborate with the International Center for Sexual Reproductive Rights (INCRESE).
Part of what we benefited from the collaboration are:
1. Citizenship training
2. 5hours Weekly lectures on sexual rights, conflict resolutions, self esteem, gender equality, capacity building, mental health etc.
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Everyday, I find a reason to distrust the poster children of minority struggles in Africa.
From queer communities, to feminism and gender equality.
Call it reckless stereotyping, but it is my belief that a black man rarely does something without having his gain in focus.
For every time he shout “girls should be allowed to go to school” a black man has... Read More
In these precarious times when COVID-19 is ravaging lives and disrupting human activities, there has been news flying around about children neglected or left to roam the streets, especially in Kano and Lagos. Attentions have equally been drawn to the relocation of a thousand children dubbed Almajaris in Northern Nigeria, from Kano to other states, without any adequate provision... Read More
Corona virus or COVID-19 is caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome. The first case of novel coronavirus was reported in wuhan, China in late December,2019. It was declared as public Health emergency of international concern on 30th of January and a pandemic on 11th march of 2020 by World Health Organization.
The Virology laboratory section of Nigerian Centre for Disease... Read More
The book ANIMAL FARM, brings the corrupting influence of power in our society to light, our society is dominated by leaders like Napoleon who uses force to intimidate the people. Leaders like Squealer, so cunning in manipulating the masses with lies and make beliefs. Selfish leaders are the reason behind the masses suffering and loss of self-worth. Leadership position... Read More
As a young person with goals and aspirations set at the beginning of the year with not a slightest thought or imagination that a time would come where I would not be able to leave my house still seems like a dream I am yet to wake up from.
Unfortunately, reality dawned on me as days turned to weeks and... Read More
INCRESE sprung into awareness creation and education since February to enable the young people in our centre understand the issues regarding Corona Virus.
Even though there were rumours that the virus could not thrive in temperate regions and the religious part of us kept issuing prophesies about the end of the virus, we continued to provide information and updates to... Read More
INCRESE has launched Niger Pink Support (NiPS) group, comprising of a wide array of stakeholders, is here to advocate for increased political will to commit resources to the state Cancer Control programme and to also increase awareness on reproductive cancers for the purpose of early detection, diagnosis and adherence to orthodox medical treatment. NiPS will also facilitate access to... Read More