GWIHR seeks to protect the rights of teenage sex workers by providing them with access to adequate SRH services at every stage of their sexual and reproductive life.
GWIHR one-day sexism sensitization workshop with the stakeholders in the state.
As an organisation, we will effortlessly and continue to advocate for access to justice and the protection of the right to health of sex workers who use drugs in our states of operation .
Today, we trained five (5) young women as SRHR Champion and three (3) Social Media Influencer for the Welead Project in Port Harcourt Rivers State.
The fight against drug abuse should not be confrontational, it should be addressed using the human right based approach,our policies should gear towards drug education & rehabilitation for those who have been caught in the web of drug dependency.
Empowering vulnerable women to achieve their full potentials is key in addressing gender inequalities. Today we empowered 22 Beneficiaries of the President Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) supported Small Grant Program with Start up trade tools to improve their livelihood.
GWIHR had a sensitization sessions with Police Area Command and CPS.
GWIHR’s Rivers State team meeting with the Human Rights Commission Rivers State on 27th April 2022 at…..
Greater Women Initiative for Health and Right, distributes chairs to few some selected police stations in the state.
Training of sex workers as paralegals to strengthen the GBV response among sex workers who use and inject drugs in Abia State