Why Menstrual Equity is Key to Achieving Gender Equity

Menstrual inequity refers to the unequal access to menstrual products, facilities, education, and sanitation that many women and girls face around the world. It is a pervasive issue that affects women and girls in both developed and developing countries and has wide-ranging impacts on their health, education, and economic opportunities. One of the leading causes […]

Decade of Resilience: Inspiring Female Leadership in the New Normal

Oxfam in Nigeria’s Gender Coordinator Suzan Agada was the guest of the Decade of Resilience Radio Program International Women’s Day Edition on Kiss FM 99.9 Abuja. Inspiring Female Leadership in the New Normal was the topic of discussion in tandem with the 2021 International Women’s Day theme Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in […]

Think Equal- Cameroon Embassy hosts an African Themed Women’s Day Event in Lagos

Written by Adenike Bamigbade At about 10.30am on Saturday, Olamide, Uche and I sat with other women in the auditorium of the Cameroon Consulate General. We had just been served breakfast and the anticipated event for the day was about to start. Have you Downloaded March Edition of our Monthly Chronicles?  The conversation about #BalanceForBetter, […]