In commemoration of the 16 Days of Activism, with the theme “UNITE! Activism to end violence against women and girls,” EVA hosted a multi-stakeholders summit on GBV and an award ceremony in Nasarawa and Kaduna States. 


We leveraged on the partnerships we have built in different communities where we have worked to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls. We acknowledged the help of partners, both in the government and in the community, who have worked together to end GBV and build more partnerships to prevent GBV in Kaduna and Nasarawa states. 

After capacity building, our champions are passionate, work voluntarily, and ensure that no harm comes to their families, children, and everyone in their community. It is such an amazing sight. 


A dance drama was presented, and it highlighted all forms of GBV and its dangers, which encouraged people to speak up and not be silent.
Full video HERE

Shout out to our stakeholders; we commend them for the great job they are doing in the states, and awards were presented to show our appreciation. 

We know we can unite to end all forms of violence against women and girls, and one step at a time, we can and will kick against GBV. 




Commissioner Of Justice

Commissioner Of Women Affairs

Director women Ministry of Women Affairs

Director of Public defender and GBV Ministry of Justice 

Gender Desk officers of Ministry of Justice and Women affairs 

Emir of Keffi 

CPC, CPN, LGA Stakeholders, Community Members and Traditional leaders

French Embassy




Community Champions

Education Secretariat and th


Commissioner for Human Services

Commissioner Of Justice

Hotel 17 and ASA Pyramid