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The Journey to the KiriKiri Female Prison

The Journey to the KiriKiri Female Prison

The Kirikiri Women Prison , Lagos welcomed the WIN team in June. The ladies of WIN arrived with various materials for donations ranging from sanitary pads, toiletries, slippers, soaps and clothes. The prison housed 295 women and 11 children were noticed to be living with their mothers. The day started with a tour of the prison and a discussion with the prison warden. We then proceeded to the WIN Talks, consisting of the subject matters

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WIN IDP Camp Visit

WIN IDP Camp Visit

The Eleko beach community settlement of Internally Displaced Persons welcomed the WIN team In May. The ladies of WIN arrived with various materials for donations ranging from food, water to sanitary items and children gifts. It was an afternoon of interaction as the WIN team asked the women to nominate representatives who will enumerate their various concerns, needs and aspirations and how the Women Impacting Nigeria Foundation may offer help to them to positively impact

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WIN Launches “One Woman, One Child” Mentoring Program

WIN Launches “One Woman, One Child” Mentoring Program

In April, WIN visited the Bethesda Girls School in the heart of Epe and interacted with the students. The students gathered for WIN talk which was a time of interactive engagement on subjects ranging from finance and personal growth to hygiene and personal grooming. The WIN ladies were available to answer various questions which only the very active minds of teenagers could have convened. The overall goal of our “One Woman, one Child” mentoring program

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WIN visits the Lions Village Motherless Babies home

WIN visits the Lions Village Motherless Babies home

As we prepared for our first official WIN Community Service event, we had to take a number of factors into consideration. On one hand, we knew that we wanted to support a genuine organisation, that is, one that operated on the principle of transparency that would allow us to see the items we planned to donate being put to work in a very real and tangible way (you can never be too careful in Nigeria

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