WILPF Nigeria envisions a world free from violence and armed conflict with justice and equality for all and our mission is to achieve feminist peace for equality, justice, and demilitarized security.
On 25th February 2023, with a registered voting population of 93.4 million and 87.2 million PVCs collected, Nigerians overwhelmingly turned out to exercise their civic responsibilities. Early turnout on Election […]READ MORE
From Ruth Oginyi To step down knowledge on the effects of gender-based violence on teens in rural communities, a group coalition for the promotion of women’s rights has established SRHR/GBV […]READ MORE
By Ruth Oketunde The Women’s Situation Room Nigeria (WSRN), a women civil society-led initiative, on Wednesday in Abuja, inaugurated observatory room in preparation for the 2023 general elections. The News […]READ MORE
Our Theory of Change is that by addressing the root causes of violence with a feminist lens and by mobilizing for nonviolent action, we can advance feminist peace for equality and justice. WILPF Nigeria target population includes women and girls rights CSOs/ women’s organizations, Women and girls living with disabilities, Individual advocates, Men and boys, Media, Security Agencies, Traditional gate keepers, Ministries( women affairs, justice, budget, health etc.)