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Fruit of Pain – The Book

By Mabel Adinya Ade as reviewed by Eugene Yakubu

Fruit of Pain by Mabel Adinya Ade captures the excruciating feeling of motherhood, the depressing experience of childbirth, and how society constructs the woman’s body to bear pain and torture just to be validated as “fertile”. It talks about the pain of loss and the distress of losing one’s pregnancy, the dark hole that women are thrown into during childbirth, and how society folds its hand.

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AAF mentoring and coaching session with FMWA

Coaching and Mentoring Session with FMWA

Adinya Arise Foundation held a mentoring and coaching session with the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs on menstrual health hygiene management.

The training, mentoring and evaluation was a 3-day session. The training which was facilitated by Mrs Mabel Ade with a focus on setting, identifying indicators and monitoring indicators advocacy tool and cycle was a success.

Below are pictures from the coaching and mentoring session with the Women Affairs Ministry.

Mrs Mabel Ade during the coaching and mentoring session
Mentoring session in progress
Day 2 of the session with Ministry of Women Affairs
Facilitation material during the session
Difference between Monitoring and Evaluation

More Pictures from the training session…

Participants during the session taking notes

The training which held place in Abuja, Nigeria was a huge success.

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Gender-Based Gun Violence:WAANSA Creates Awareness on Danger of Small Arms

West African Action Network on Small Arms(WAANSA,) has taken its awareness and sensitization campaigns against the use of small arms to school children in The Fariah Academy in Abuja, Nigerian’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

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