Dissatisfied with the health condition of pregnant women, especially those in rural areas of the country, a foundation under the aegis of Adinya Arise Foundation, has tasked authorities for improved funding for safe motherhood.Continue reading “Adinya Arise Seeks Improved Funding For Safe Motherhood”
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.Continue reading “Fruit of Pain – The Book”
Happy International Women’s Day to all the women!
Every 8th of March is set aside to celebrate women worldwide to mark the celebration of womanhood. No world without a woman.Continue reading “International Women’s Day 2019”
Greetings distinguished board members, family and friends. Yesterday, 7th December 2018, I received a very pathetic news:Continue reading “Motherless Quadruplets Need Help”
Adinya Arise Foundation is organizing a 3-day needs assessment training in Abuja, Nigeria from the 3rd to 5th December 2018.Continue reading “Needs Assessment Training”
An address by Ochanya’s elder sister, Josephine Michael, at her funeral service
I want to thank everyone, who out of their other commitments, and in view of the very difficult economic situation in our country, decided instead to come here today to honour our little QUEEN, Ochanya, who left us untimely in a very sad and an unimaginable circumstance.Continue reading “Adieu, Ochanya Elizabeth Ogbanje”
Guaranteeing safe motherhood and adolescent reproductive and sexual health while promoting evidence-driven advocacies/interventions, ensuring youth development, and improving civil society expertise.