EVERY WOMAN HOPE CENTRE was registered in Nigeria, on the 21st
November, 2013 by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). It was established to compliment the role of
government in addressing the needs of the internal environment, with emphasis
on Women and Children. As a recourse centre, it seeks to bridge the operational
gap in the society through advocacy and participation in dialogue processes, in
order to influence government policies in favour of its beneficiaries so as to
improve their lives.
The organisation recognises the importance of collaborating
with global development agencies in building our society and shall relate with
advocacy groups, likeminded foundations including the government to attract a
greater commitment to Women and Children in Nigeria by donor institutions and
Every Woman Hope Centre is primarily humanitarian and a non
profit making, formed solely for the promotion of public benefit and natural
development. It adopts transparent operational strategies that revolve round
training programmes, workshops, seminars and project management in communities
and various locations to enhance Local Development Initiatives.
The management is from a strategic view point, credible,
proactive and professional, given the increasing nature of competition and
other variables in the sector.
The EVERY WOMAN HOPE CENTRE has the following objectives:
cater for the welfare of women and kids.
encourage mother and child bonding.
create awareness on issues bothering on women and children
carry out activities incidental to the realization of the aim and objectives of
study the environment to identify new opportunities and predict possible
identify potential donors and attract donor-funded projects where necessary.
women at grass root level through awareness campaigns to strengthen women’s participation
in policy formulation and implementation for the promotion of values and
principles in the society.
partner with other women groups in Nigeria, Africa and at the global stage on gender
equality and protection of the rights of the girl child.
improve standards in Nigeria’s maternal health care system.
o deliberate with stake holders on topical issues that affect women and
children such as education.
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Every Woman Hope Centre, a
non-governmental organization (NGO) registered in Nigeria, and publishers of
LifeCare Journal is most passionate in addressing
the needs of the internal environment with emphasis on women and mainstreaming
gender in public policies. This is to empower women moving forward and
strengthening their capacities to contribute to social innovations for global
stability and sustainable socio-economic development. We seek to bridge the
operational gaps in the society through advocacy and participation in dialogue
process so as to influence global government policies in favour of women, to improve
their lives and ensure adequate security. This will also enhance gendered
approaches for socio-economic and political empowerment, amelioration,
collective development and advancement in the community. This strategy further
seek to address legitimacy and accountability in governance structure, building
resilient communities and strengthening inclusive economies.
The current state of global economy
predisposes the average woman to harsh economic environment and limits her
impact and input towards national growth and sustainability. Many women we know
are financially restricted and together with their families survive without
adequate financial provision. Poverty level has become so high and there is a
high prevalence of preventable deaths. From every indication, the strategic
action-plans for poverty reduction especially in Nigeria, such as the creation
of opportunities for people to engage in economic activities made no
significant impact in alleviating their plight in this present situation. Most
of our women and youth are educated, skilled, active and willing to work but
government's support is not available especially at the grass roots.
As a resource and a recourse centre,
we intend to propagate effective leadership in communities and to collaborate
with existing standards and strategies for societal building and development.
This program will foster relationship with like-minded groups, institutions and
foundations, healthcare and service providers both regional and global
including the government and attract a greater commitment to women by donor
institutions and rich nations. The program will also increase our knowledge and
ability to study the environment and identify new opportunities to develop
strategic solutions for the provision of
suitable thematic interventions for women for a better world. It will
strengthen our capacity to predict possible challenges with the intention of
attracting donor- funded projects where necessary, for growth promotion and to
contain with various environmental challenges.
Besides, there is every need to promote
public benefit and natural development in communities through learning. We have
been advocating the need to lay a firm foundation for national growth,
productivity, social cohesion and peace and capacity building. In bringing this
learning back, it is better to engage a transparent operational strategy that
revolves round uplifting the underprivileged especially women. Staying fast to
humanitarian conviction, it is important to give a great course to
transformations towards sustainable livelihood and to ensure equitable
The transformation will focus on
ensuring quality health care service to women of all ages and acceleration in
reduction of high mortality and fatality rates. It will also intensify efforts
towards the protection and guarantee of sexual and reproductive rights of women
to the grass root level. This strategy should also seek to promote positive-action
measures on the right to education of the girl-child as a tool to ensure human
capacity development. It will design a comprehensive package as an instrument
and a network to improve the situation of women in the society. The network
will promote positive-action measures to sustain campaigns and advocacy on the
right to education of the girl-child as a tool to ensure human capital development.
There should be training programs and workshops to promote initiatives for
women development in economy and modern agricultural biotechnology to enhance
their income generation capacity to enhance global sustainability, biosafety
and food security.