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1 day ago
Arise Women, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has charged Nigerians to engage in regular physical exercise so as to minimise the risks of heart attack, manage weight better...
3 days ago
A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Arise Women, has said it would hold a road walk in different locations in Lagos State on October 16 and 30, 2021.
25 Sep
Arise Women, an humanitarian foundation is set to lead prominent leaders, celebrities, others for 2021 Arise Walk, a global initiative for not only Nigerians, but everyone across the globe
19 Dec 2020
In the mood of Christmas and continuation of the act of giving succor to the needy, the Arise Women (AW), Arise Pink Bucket (APB) palliatives by Dr. Siju Iluyomade has been extended to Epe town in Lagos state.
7 Nov 2020
The Astro Turf of Redeem Christian Church of God, City of David, Oniru, Lagos, was beehive of activities last weekend, as women and men from different walks of life graced this year’s Arise Women Conference (AWC) under the theme: Deeply Rooted – Stay Alive.
13 Oct 2020
Founder of the group, Dr. Siju Iluyomade, said this year’s theme is timely because many people are dying of common health problems due to lack of physical exercise and regular health checks.
3 Oct 2020
Arise Women (AW), an age-long humanitarian foundation is set to stage this year’s global initiative tagged Arise Walk For Life. It is billed for Saturday, October 17, 2020. Its Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Siju Iluyomade, will lead governors’ wives, celebrities, and others to a 75-minutes brisk walk across the globe. With all health protocols in…
2 May 2020
To support the on-going battle by the Lagos State government to contain the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, Arise, a charity organisation has donated medical supplies to the Lagos State COVID-19 Response Team.
4 Apr 2020
Since its first case in Wuhan, China, December 2019, the novel coronavirus has affected over 360,000 and killed over 36,000 across the globe, while Nigeria has recorded over 151 confirmed cases and Lagos State has been the epicentre with over 80 cases.
2 Jan 2020
The Arise Women Foundation has offered free medical treatment to over 1000 residents of Kabusa in Abuja Municipal Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
26 Oct 2019
Undoubtedly, the highest convergence of technocrats, icons of business and prominent women in Nigeria will berth this weekend at the 11th edition of Arise Women’s Conference, put together by a quintessential lawyer, Dr Siju Iluyomade, Convener and Founder of Arise Women Initiative, a faith-based non-governmental organization.
5 Oct 2019
Yet again, thousands of individuals led by prominent Nigerians, will file out in the early morning of Saturday, October 12, 2019, within the Eko Atlantic axis, Lagos for the yearly organised health for wealth programme tagged Walk For Life put together by pragmatic Dr. Siju Iluyomade's Arise Women, as part of activities to mark the…

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