• Advocacy

    Project Advocacy

Plus Orphans and Vulnerable Children

The right to education is one of the fundamental rights of a child. The +OVC Education Campaign is an initiative that advocates for the educational needs of children who have been orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in the North-Central zone of Nigeria.

International Youth Speak Out

The International Youth Speak Out Project seeks to respond to the challenges of youth reproductive health and rights by empowering young people to advocate for their own reproductive and sexual health through advocacy, public awareness-raising, and mobilization of peers to take action.

The Youth Perspectives on National Development Processes and Advocacy for the Passage of the National Health Bill

The Nigerian National Health Bill is meant to provide a framework for the development of the Nigerian health system and to ensure the delivery and accessibility of basic health services.

Promoting Affirmative Response to Violence against Women & Girls (PARV)

Over the years, silence has been the norm when relating to issues of abuse and sexual violence. Women and girls feared to open up or even come forth with cases of abuse and violence for fear of being stigmatized by society. This attitude has caused survivors to remain hidden nursing the deep scars on their own.

Female Condom Advocacy Project

The female condom is a contraceptive method capable of protecting both women and men from sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS and unplanned pregnancies. It can also serve as a barrier method which reduces the risk of being exposed to Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) which, when contracted, can lead to cancer of the uterus.


The recent surge in livelihood conflicts has proven to be a deterring factor in positive community development. In some communities, young men are recruited to perpetuate violence thereby suspending any potential individual growth and development, while young girls, and indeed women, are placed in vulnerable situations.