PREAMBLE Stakeholders at a one-day meeting organized by Society for Women and Youths Affairs with the support of Global Green Grant Fund on the 5th September, 2020 at Algate Hotel, Abacha Road, Port Harcourt met to discuss the non-implementation of emergency measures recommended by UNEP in 2009 and formally did a presentation of SWAYA policy […]
The Society for Women and Youths Affairs (SWAYA) is a non-governmental organization whose goals are to alleviate the suffering of women, youths and children who are the poor and vulnerable in the society. This is targeted at improving beneficiaries’ quality of life and to contribute to global efforts of increased access to education, safe environment […]
On the 24th July, 2019 Society for Women and Youths Affairs (SWAYA) received two foreign Journalists and researchers, Mr. Moritz Frisicorn and Mr. Robin Hinsech lead by Comr. Fyneface Dumnamene Fyneface at her office, #5 Uyo Street, Rumoumasi, Port Harcourt, Rivers State. The research is for the Great Report produced in Germany with support of […]
Society for Women and Youth Affairs (SWAYA) in partnership with Youths and Environmental Advocacy Centre (YEAC) with the support of Development and Peace, Caritas, Canada on Monday, July 20, 2020 organized training workshop for youths in the Niger Delta on Human Rights, Conflict Resolution and Peace-building mechanisms at Green Palm Hotel, Bori-Ogoni.
PREAMBLE Since 2019 that the United Nation Environmental Programme, UNEP reported that the benzene content of ground water in Ogoniland was over 900 times the World Health Organization recommendation and that the carcinogenic benzene causes leukemia, HYPREP has failed to implement the recommended emergency measures by UNEP despite series of engagements at different fora. Consequently, […]
Society for Women and Youths Affairs (SWAYA) received the delegation of European Union Elections Observation Mission at her office, #5 Uyo Street, Ruomumasi, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. The delegation came to present a copy of the Union’s first preliminary statement/report for the February 23rd Presidential and National Assembly Elections.
In commemoration of the International Day of Education, Society for Women and Youths Affairs visited some secondary schools in Khana Local Government Area to appraise the impacts that have been made in the lives of students and teachers of schools that benefited in her Read-2-Lead project which aim at donation of more than a hundred […]
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you this meeting, gathered here today are some of the finest and creative minds our country can boast of which are sons and daughters of this great state in the Niger Delta. I sincerely appreciate Development and Peace, Caritas Canada for sponsoring this project in the Niger Delta. […]
In commemoration of the celebration of the 71st International Day of Human Rights, Society for Women and Youths Affairs joins the to rededicate and reaffirm her commitment for the promotion and protection of human rights in Nigeria and the world at large. As the world again is standing up for Human Rights through activities that […]
PREAMBLE Eleme Women and Youths in a Townhall meeting organized by Society for Women and Youths Affairs with support from Global Green Grant Fund gathered in Eleme in a one-day townhall meeting held on the 2nd December, 2019 at Eleme Local Government Council Hall to discuss the implementation of emergency measures recommended by UNEP in […]