We kickstarted a project in May with the support of the Nigerian Women Trust Fund to check the: PREVALENCE AND DIMENSIONS OF GENDER-BASED BARRIERS MILITATING AGAINST YOUNG WOMEN’S CAREER DEVELOPMENT IN NASARAWA STATE. After the first phase, a validation meeting was held on the 17th of August 2023 and our researcher, Dr. Obianuju Nnadozie expounded[…]
Today we celebrate: 7 years of consistency7 years of growth7 years of impact7 years of learning7 years of wonders7 years of beautiful partnerships7 years of progress7 years of development We are grateful to you all our partners and supporters. We wouldn’t have come this far without your support. Happy Anniversary HEIR Women Hub
With the support of the Nigerian Women Trust Fund, HEIR Women Hub will be hosting a validation meeting on the theme: Addressing Gender Barriers against Young Women’s Career Development in Nasarawa State. This project is being carried out by HEIR Women Hub with support from the Nigerian Women Trust Fund (NWTF) we just concluded the[…]
The Chairman of ICPC Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye gave a welcome address.He welcomed everyone present starting from the dignitaries present and others in attendance. Professor Toyin Falola gave a keynote address on the topic and he excellently delivered his presentation. One of the outstanding postulations he made was “Show me one corrupt person and I will[…]
Assumption is an unpleasant thing when it comes to complex human problems. Until details are put together with proper data collection, errors may just keep reoccurring. The workplace records unequal power relations as it relates to wages, poverty, and mental well-being. This survey aims to address the knowledge and understanding of men’s perspective of workplace[…]
A picture extract of the Programme Officer for HEIR Women Hub Blessing Ejeh during an On-spot check to assess the progress of the research and assessment exercise component of the ongoing project in Keffi Local Governement of Nasarawa State supported by the Nigerian Women Trust Fund.
We tend to focus on women when we talk about sexual harassment and career barriers while men are being left behind. Based on the findings from HEIR Women Hub’s self-sponsored survey last year, we discovered that over 70% of the men we interviewed haven’t heard of any law that checks mates’ sexual harassment against women[…]
The Communications Officer of HEIR Women Hub, Blessing Sani traveled to Lafia Nasarawa State on the 5th of July 2023 for a spot check on our Enumerator (Hannatu Bala) in Lafia, Nasarawa State for the project titled; Addressing Gender Barriers against Young Women’s Career Development in Nasarawa State. This project is being carried out by[…]