Women Arise Development & Humanitarian Initiative
EMPOWERING WOMEN AND GIRLS
Accelerating socio-economic growth through empowerment of women, girls and vulnerable groups and supporting containment of GBV
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The Women Arise Development and Humanitarian Initiative (WADHI) is a humanitarian not-for-profit organization committed to finding customized solutions to inequalities and social exclusion particularly, women’s continued exclusion from financial markets. It has been established to help provide appropriate platforms and management systems that support, harness and expand development opportunities that enable beneficiaries to progressively grow their entrepreneurial capacities and economic standing in the society. WADHI is the inventor of the “KOWGO” Mobile Application, an innovative tool that promotes financial inclusion for formal and informal Micro, Small and Medium-scale entrepreneurs at the bottom of the market pyramid in different sectors and value chains.
Multi-Stakeholder Policy Dialogue: Realizing the Buenos Aires Declaration- Policy and Legislative Reforms for Inclusive African Continental Free Trade Area Implementation in Nigeria
As a follow-up to the Townhall meeting with the theme "Buenos Aires Declaration: Pathway to Inclusive African Continental Free Trade Area Implementation in Nigeria", this multi-stakeholder policy dialogue was held to stimulate relevant stakeholders, including the...
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WOMEN'S FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT VIA DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
Women’s financial empowerment is important, not only because it offers a route out of poverty, but also because it addresses problems of inequality, exclusion and disempowerment. Providing access to financial services when accompanied by business training, increases women’s decision-making power in the household, improves their socio-economic status and that of their families and stimulates economic growth in the community.
ENDING GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE
Gender-based violence is a problem for everyone, not just its victims. Your support in kind and in substance will go a long way to help our rural education programmes on GBV. Let’s join forces to bring an end to Violence Against Women and Children
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WADHI’s interest in promoting Gender Investments stems from her quest to contribute to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 1, 5, 9 & 10 with a specific focus on Goal Five (5)
Training Series on Financial & Business Management for NSF Beneficiaries & Other WMSMEs
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Buenos Aires Declaration: Pathway to Inclusive African Continental Free Trade Area Implementation in Nigeria
Trade policy for women took an international leap with the Buenos Aires Declaration on Trade and Women’s Economic Empowerment endorsed by over 120 countries at the 11th WTO Ministerial Conference of December 2017. The Declaration firmly acknowledged the importance of...
An initiative to ensure financial inclusion, and access to savings and loans has been launched for women-owned businesses and other vulnerable persons involved in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in Abuja. The innovation known as Kowgo application, was...
The training on Financial & Business Management for NSF Beneficiaries & Other WMSMEs via Upgraded KOWGO
The training on Financial & Business Management for NSF Beneficiaries & Other WMSMEs via Upgraded KOWGO App was organized by Women Arise Development and Humanitarian Initiative WADHI with support from Hubert H Humphrey Alumni Impact Award on Friday 9th April...