Strengthening Women Engagement in Livelihood and Good Governance Project
In a furtherance of her strategic objectives to deepen women’s economic and political participation, and with mentorship from the British Council Agent for Citizen-Driven Transformation (ACT) Programme, African Centre for Entrepreneurship and Information Development-ACEIDEV embark on the mobilization and galvanizing of women in Nigeria ahead of 2023 General elections, to build their resilience against prevalence of political and electoral corruption through sensitization and capacity building for increased income to improve their livelihood. The project is flagging off from the Six Area Councils of the Federal Capital Territory Abuja, with expansion to states in the six Geopolitical zones of Nigeria.
On Saturday, August 9th, 2021, African Centre for Entrepreneurship and Information Development- ACEIDEV organized skills acquisition training programme for economic and electoral participation under her STRENGTHENING WOMEN ENGAGEMENT IN LIVELIHOOD AND GOOD GOVERNANCE PROJECT. The programme which is aimed at mobilizing women towards strengthening their resilience against prevalence of electoral corruption through improved livelihood drew 40 women participants from several wards of Bwari Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
Report on Strengthening Women Engagement in Livelihood
Delivering the statement of purpose of the programme, the Executive Director, African Centre for Entrepreneurship and Information Development-ACEIDEV, James Ugochukwu said the programme is designed to build the capacity of the women to organize themselves as a common force to resist vote trading during elections by acquiring necessary entrepreneurial skills to earn income and improve their livelihood.Read on Report PageRead Flip Report Page