Centre for Women's Health & Information

2May, 2018

Transparency and Accountability Project

CEWHIN’s Transparency and Accountability Project builds on the Anti–Corruption agenda of the Federal Government. It is a three-year project being implemented with support from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation under its ON Nigeria project.CEWHIN builds the capacity of members of Parents Teachers Associations (PTAs) and School Based Management Committees (SBMC) to monitor the Home Grown School Feeding Programme in 40 schools located in three local government Areas of Ogun State...

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21June, 2018

CEWHIN Collaborates with BudjIT to train CEOs of CSOs in Ogun State on Anti-Corruption

In June 2018 CEWHIN collaborated with BudjIT to organise a two-day capacity building workshop for the CEOs of 25 CSOs in Ogun State. The workshop was one of the activities of CEWHIN’s Transparency and Accountability Project funded by the MacArthur Foundation under its ON Nigeria Project. The workshop was designed for enhanced Citizens’ knowledge about the HGSFP and their role at ensuring that school pupils are not denied the benefits of government’s investment in the programme due to corruption....

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8November, 2017


In the last couple of years, CEWHIN in collaboration with the CIRRDOC and with the support of the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on the Elimination of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C): Accelerating Change, has organized a series of training workshops on the status of the law and the practice of FGM/C for officers of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF), the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) and Magistrates in South West Nigeria...

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29Sept, 2003

Improving Women’s Access to Emergency Obstetric Care (EmOC) Services

This project was executed in collaboration with the Lagos State Chapter of the Medical Women's Association and the Lagos Team of Prevention of Maternal Mortality Network and funded by the Averting Maternal Deaths and Disability Program of the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York in the year 2003...

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10Aug, 2011

Survey of Traditional Healing Practices Prevalent In the South Western Part of Nigeria

The Centre carried out a survey on traditional healing practices prevalent in the South Western Part of Nigeria, focusing especially on the activities of Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs), Bone Setters and Massage Therapists for the Nigerian Natural Medicine Development Agency (NNMDA) in 2007. The survey was designed to promote a deeper understanding of the scientific...

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18April, 2012

Training Workshop on Effective NGO Management and Development

The Centre organized an effective NGO Management and Development Course for members of the public who are interested in starting NGOs. The course had in attendance people from all walks of life. The objectives of the course were to: , provide participants with an understanding of how to start up a non governmental, not for...

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Other projects:

  • Improved Reproductive Health for Young out of School Youth in Municipal Lagos

  • Women’s Access to Health Campaign (WAHC)

  • Effective HIV/AIDS Communication Programme: Targeting Primary School Students

  • Internship and Volunteer Programme

  • Support to the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) in receiving inputs from the women constituency in reviewing the National HIV/AIDS Policy

  • Promoting Gender Equality and Human Rights Sensitive Policy Environment in the Nigerian HIV/AIDS National Response

  • Advocacy Skills Building meeting for women living with HIV/AIDS and press Briefing/Media campaign to commemorate World AIDS day/Human Rights Day

  • Promoting Better Health and Hygiene Practices for market Women and Men in Lagos State

  • Improved Quality of Life of Caregivers in Lagos and Kwara States of Nigeria (An income generating empowerment programme).

  • Please click here to read a full description of all our past and current projects...