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23 Jun 2018
During the second quarter of 2018, the Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF) implemented the Boys Conversation Café (BCC) a project sponsored by Diamond Bank PLC.
22 Jun 2018
One in four boys are survivors of rape and sexual violence; nearly 100 per cent of boys are involved in alcohol and substance abuse; one in five boys will walk away rather than intervene when they see a girl being harassed; and 81 per cent of teenage boys believe that a rape survivor is responsible for the abuse because of her mode of dressing.
23 Apr 2018
Women At Risk International Foundation (WARIF), a non-profit organization established to prevent and intervene in the prevalence of sexual violence/rape, has announced an initiative called the WARIF Boys Conversation Café.
15 Feb 2018
Diamond Bank Plc, in partnership with Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF) has introduced an initiative to support efforts aimed at preventing gender-based violence and abuse against women in Nigeria.
2 Feb 2018
Women at Risk Foundation (WARIF) has launched a new initiative- WARIF Advocacy Through Arts (WTA) to create awareness, change behaviour patterns and discourage gender-based violence in tertiary institutions in the country.
19 Jan 2018
Diamond Bank is collaborating with Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF), a non-governmental organization, to execute one of the primary...
22 Nov 2017
In a continued fight to put an end to Gender Based Violence, the Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF) held a second training session for the traditional birth attendants (TBAs) in Lagos.
2 Nov 2017
According to an inspector from Isolo police station, Bright Agozie, there has been a remarkable increase in the number of cases being reported to them despite the fact that victims find it difficult to come out and report.
27 Oct 2017
The Women At Risk International Foundation (WARIF) has unveiled plans to reduce the increasing spate of rape, sexual assault and human trafficking among young girls and women in Nigeria by 30 per cent within a 12 months period.
16 Oct 2017
Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF), a non-profit organization aimed at reducing the high incidence of sexual violence, rape and human trafficking, today joins the World to mark the annual International Day of the Girl Child declared by the United Nations.
14 Oct 2017
“Rape is wrong under whatever circumstance or influence, and it is a crime. It is our collective responsibility as adults to believe the victims of rape and report the crime.
23 Sep 2017
The Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF) is set to launch its new initiative in partnership with ACT Foundation called The Gatekeepers Initiative.

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