2015, the agenda for the UN’s Millennium Development Goals will be renewed.
Women Environmental Programme (WEP) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-religious and voluntary organisation, which was established in 1997 by a group of grassroots women in Nigeria. The major aim is to address the gender injustices on issues relating to environment, economic and social rights of women, children and youths in the society. WEP Headquarters is situated in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. WEP has operational offices in two geopolitical zones (North Central and North East) in Nigeria.
The organization emerged in response to the environmental pollution by industries in Kaduna state in particular and Nigeria in general, but its founders have always viewed the Nigerian environmental crisis only as an entry point for the deepening of engagement with the....[More details]
GIRLS AND WOMEN INITIATIVE IN NIGERIA (G-WIN) PROJECT
WEP, FMWR Train rural women and girls on Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), Leadership and Conflict Resolution, Slab Construction and Facility Maintenance in Nigeria. [Read more]
COMMUNICATING CLIMATE INFORMATION
Wep, Federal Ministry of Environment Train Agricultural Extension Service Officers on Communicating Climate Information to Rural Farmers including Women. [Read more]
FINDING CLEAN ENERGY OPTIONS FOR A NIGERIA RURAL WOMAN
In a search to finding clean energy options for Nigeria's rural women, WEP has partnered with the Renewable Energy Programme of the Federal Ministry of Environment on Rural Women Energy Security (RUWES) programme...[Read more]
Abuja - Nyanyan Bombing:
End the Cycle of Killings Now!!!
One of the failings in the conversation of development involves the lives of people in certain areas of this world that are taken too lightly. Masses of death in some areas are a global tragedy, masses of death in other areas are too common, too tolerated, and somehow considered non-emergencies. A lot of the work most of us do involves such pain for vast amounts of people, we do the best we can - and government fail to act in the best interests of their people - rather they serve the elites, the foreign interests eager for... ((Read more))