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IMPACT UPDATE ON THE WRAPA GENDER AND ACCOUNTABILITY PROJECT,

Women's Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative | 06 February, 2020

        WRAPA’S implementing partners on the ON NIGERIA Mac Arthur Gender and Accountability project in various states across Nigeria have made progress in impacting the lives of women to help raise their voices in demanding accountability and fighting corruption in various sectors of the society.       
  
Advocacy Nigeria has helped women in amplifying their voices to demand accountability in the health service delivery of various facilities across the state.
        

Women in Enugu and Anambra states with the intervention of CIRDDOC have had their capacities built and are able to successfully hold duty bearers accountable which has yielded an improvement in the:
·         Electricity sector. ·         Development of road infrastructure. ·         Inclusion of women in the traditional cabinet ·          Educational facilities. ·         Home Grown School Feeding program (HGSF).

IWCC
has collaborated with various stakeholders in Kwara state, which has translated to demand for accountability by women at various grassroots.

Impact of Project achieved by NWTF

  1. The publication on WOMENS PARTICIPATION IN THE 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS FROM THE ACCOUNTABILITY PERSPECTIVE: KANO AND OYO STATES UNDER SPOTLIGHT
  2. Removal of levies from schools by the Government as promised.
  3. Removal of tricycle (keke) task force that usually charged N500 daily levy have now been reduced to N50.
  4. The dumping of refuse in Oyo State has drastically reduced, which has resulted improvement of women and children health across the state.
KEBETKACHE has also mobilized women in the Niger delta region to demand for the cleanup of the polluted Ogoni land. Women have been sensitized to know their rights and the appropriate chanels to demand accountability through the means of social media and various capacity building fora.

WARDC
   A tool for monitoring complaint/help desks has been developed. Women capacities will be built by training on the use of this tool, which will be available at strategic institutions for proper monitoring by citizens and accountability of government and other sectors of the society. Download Full Report

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