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
With other feminist sisters, the ED, Dorothy Nuhu-Aken'Ova reached out to Nigerlites through the Search FM 92.3 Campus Radio to commemorate the International Women's Day.
We discussed what the 2020 theme means to us in our context given the specific challenges that women of all ages face.
We also asked for more commitment from policy makers to create equal opportunities for... Read More
POLICY BRIEF ON ADVOCACY FOR ADEQUATE FUNDING.... ClIck to download full version (PDF Download )
Policy-Brief-ADVOCACY-FOR-ADEQUATE-FUNDING-CAPACITY-BUILDING-OF-TEACHERS-MONITORING-AND-EVALUATION-OF-COMPREHENSIVE-SEXUALITY-EDUCATION-IN-NIGERIA Read More
A non-governmental organisation based in Niger State has organised a two-week workshop for twenty selected young Nigerians as part of efforts to address the root cause of social problems, civic participation, especially through political engagement in the country
Addressing participants at the workshop at the weekend, Executive Director, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights and Civic participation for Social Change, Ms... Read More
18 November 2019,
SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS (SRHR) AND CIVIC
PARTICIPATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE.
When the root causes of social problems are altered, existential problems will be eradicated in
a sustainable manner. This is the theory of change for the INCRESE Feminist Institute –
Connecting the Dots launched in July 2017. This morning, INCRESE launched the opening of
an intensive two-week workshop... Read More