On the occasion of International Peace Day, we pause to reflect on the pivotal role that education plays in fostering peace in our world.
In recent times, Nigeria has been grappling with the unsettling issue of violence and ethnic tension, which has been further exacerbated by the pre and post-2023 general elections. This disconcerting trend has highlighted the urgent need to foster a culture of tolerance and peace among ethnic groups within the country.
A Journey to Recovery: Exploring the Power of Trauma Healing Psychosocial Support. © Safer World Foundation/2022/Maiduguri Meet Amina, a young woman who endured the horrors of violence and displacement in her hometown. She witnessed the destruction of her community, lost loved ones, and was forced to flee from her home, […]
Safer World Foundation (SWF) Signs new grants with the Nigerian North East Connection (NEC) funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) On May 13 2022, the Northeast Connection (NEC) awarded Safer World Foundation (SWF) two new grants in Adamawa State of Nigeria to implement two projects titled […]
In our society today, violence against women is woven into the fabric of society to such an extent that many who are victimized begin to accept that they are at fault. Many of those who perpetrate violence feel justified by strong societal messages and trends that insinuate that rape, battering, […]
Psychosocial Support Training for Staff of the Sexual Assault Referral Centers (SARC) overview of the activity The Kaduna State Government has made some efforts to put in place a Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SBGV) response system. This includes creating four Sexual Assault and Referral Centers (SARC) across the three senatorial […]