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Find below the links to different study themes:
EWEI Civic Education and Participation for Women Project (CEPWOP) 2018-2019 : Kaduna State is ranked lowest in political participation, and as such inclusive and participatory governance is low. The low participation of women has been attributed to not being encouraged to be engaged politically or contest for elective positions. To change the narrative we carried out 2 pre-project surveys engaging 100 respondents from Malali and Tum Communities.
Read the full report by clicking the link below:
EWEI Identity Segments Survey Data presentation and Analysis: Gender equity and women participation in political and economic and social issues are the tools for sustainable development in any given society. A survey was carried out to identify females within Kaduna metropolis that require civic and empowerment interventions. click the link below to read and find out more about the survey:
EWEI International Day for the Eradication of Poverty(IDEP) 2018 Survey Data Presentation and Analysis: The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is an international day celebrated every year on October 17. This date was set aside to recognise people living in poverty, support them to share their experiences and also demonstrate how we can achieve greater social inclusion by enabling people from all walks of life to come together to respect the human rights and dignity of people living in poverty. A Getting Involved survey was carried out at Ungwan Kudu community (one of EWEI’s host communities), to mark the International Day for the Eradication Poverty (IDEP). Read the Survey Data Presentation and Analysis via the link below.
EWEI Civic Education and Participation for Women Project (CEPWOP) 2018-2019: Through the generous support of IntiRaymi fund, EWEI’s CEPWOP Delegates carried out a Citizen’s Elections Monitoring exercise during the 2019 elections. EWEI was also ably represented at the Kaduna Situation Room. Read the first version of the Elections Monitoring Report via the link below.
EWEI’s Economic Empowerment Partnerships (EEP) Intervention Report 2018/2019: In September 2018, thirty-one women in total benefited from empowerment seminars and four women were selected after a situational assessment to ascertain the level of their financial strength, which benefited from soft loans to boost their already existing businesses. They also received capacity building in financial literacy such as bookkeeping skills, balancing of accounts, having a business plan and managing a micro business. Read the 2018/2019 EEP intervention report via the link below.
EWEI’ s Menstrual Hygiene Management Survey Report: Menstrual hygiene management (MHM) is an essential aspect of hygiene for women and adolescent girls between menarche and menopause. Despite being an important issue concerning women and girls in the menstruating age group, MHM is not always given priority in various interventions and therefore the needs of girls and women hardly catered to.
In order to gain a better understanding of the menstrual management needs of communities in northern Nigeria, EWEI carried out a survey in Dan Hono Community, in Chikun Local Government Area, Kaduna from 14 – 18 August 2020. Read the report via the link below.