ChiYoWo celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) with the utmost respect for the barriers and challenges women have overcome to date. IWD sees a number of missions to help forge a gender-equal world. Celebrating women’s achievements and increasing visibility, while calling out inequality, is key. According to the IWD, a challenged world is an alert world

On March 2, 2021, a 2-member team from the Ebelola Bioenergetic Solutions, Kajola, Osun State, Nigeria volunteered to represent the Children, Youths, and Women Empowerment Initiative (ChiYoWo) to deliver books, including a few audiovisual materials from their donors and partners to the Elerinmo of Erinmo, HRH Oba (Dr) Michael Odunayo Ajayi, Arówótawáyà II. As earlier

ChiYoWo is excited! According to the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, “we must do far more to advance Sustainable Development Goal 4, to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.” Recover and revitalize education for the COVID-19 generation The International Education Day occurs in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

ChiYoWo continues to engage in empowering youth through workshops such as the recent Skills Acquisition Programme that was impactful. Presentation 1: By  Programme Coordinator – Mr Onyeka Titigbe Title: The Challenges of Women Empowerment in an Evolving world   Presentation 2: By Project Coordinator – Mr Ope Lameed Title: What Do You See in Your

ChiYoWo continues to advocate the need to prevent the spread of the COVID -19 virus. According to Water Aid, frequent, thorough handwashing with soap and water is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of infectious diseases and is the first line of defence against COVID-19. Like a cold, coronaviruses are spread through

Mask Up Schools Project 2021

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Mask Up Schools Project 2021 Vision ChiYoWo’s (MUSP) vision is to help eliminate the spread of COVID -19 in Lagos Secondary Schools in 2021 through awareness workshops and providing masks Aims Raise social awareness among the key audiences of the causes of COVID -19 and solutions that will help to eliminate the pandemic Facilitate the

ChiYoWo, is proud to have partnered with numerous NGOs and UN bodies over the years to ensure that it continues to remain a voice for the voiceless. To that, we remain entirely grateful. History of the World NGO Day According to Days of the Year, World NGO Day aims to inspire people to become more

ChiYoWo donated educational, reading, and storybooks to the Centre for Children’s Health Education, Orientation and Protection (CEE-HOPE).   ChiYoWo’s Initiative representatives, Onyeka Titigbe and Lameed Opeyemi, sensitized the children, both boys, and girls, on the need to adopt a good reading culture as it helps to widen their knowledge base and provides them with a

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD 2020 Theme: My Voice, Our Equal Future The International Day of the Girl Child is an annual event held globally every October 11th to celebrate the life and struggles of the Girl Child and to bring about a positive change in the mindsets of people around the world about

SHOW YOUR SKILLS COMPETITION: Season 1 ends on a high! As a sequel to a Skills Acquisition Zoom Conference organized by the Children Youth and Women Empowerment Initiative, held in July and August 2020, the Show Your Skill Competition (SYSC) was created to give young Africans between the age of 18 and 35 an opportunity

The Children, Youth, and Women Empowerment Initiative – ChiYoWo is celebrating the International World Literacy Day together with UNESCO, and The Nigerian Schools Foundation (UK) in Nigeria Be one of the first 100 entrants to win 5 Books a) Just click on this link: b) Complete the form and submit c) Receive an email

Creating strategies that highlight #valuesbasedleadership 24 speakers, 60 hours and 6 weekends, that is what it took to successfully lead 6 powerful Skills Acquisition Workshops, virtually. The speakers and participants had an impactful time.