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.
Fruit of Pain proves that maternal health is an issue that needs to be prioritized in our society. Through the story of Mercy Albert and Jude, we see a family wrecked by patriarchy and a love soured by tradition. Jude allows himself to be influenced by his relatives who believe he’s not man enough without a child.
On the 26th of November 2020, Adinya Arise Foundation provided training in organizational development to the Justice Development and Peace Commission Abuja Arch Diocese.
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.
The training was a collaboration with the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), German Government and Multi-National Small Arms and Ammunition Group, funded by Bonn International Centre for Conversion.
“It is easier to prepare the youth than repair adults. Some adults are already lost cases but for these young ones, we need to build their knowledge space. They need to understand that it is dangerous to toy with a gun.
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”
Adinya Arise Foundation is organizing a 3-day needs assessment training in Abuja, Nigeria from the 3rd to 5th December 2018.
Adinya Arise Foundation is an organization committed to building both individual and organizational capacity through youth sexuality and maternal health rights. Continue reading “Needs Assessment Training”