WRAPA’s Saudatu Mahdi in The New York Times. Read the article Support WRAPA Read more about WRAPA
Hundreds of Nigerian girls have been kidnapped in recent years – at Chibok in 2014 when 276 were taken and more recently at Dapchi in…
With these girls, we have seen hope, we can build on hope… with those of them that have come back, there is work to be…
Saudatu Mahdi, a woman’s rights leader in Nigeria, said the work is only just beginning.
Jane Fonda spoke to The Guardian on December 8th at an event for Donor Direct Action, a New York-based non-profit she is involved with that supports women’s causes around the world and is campaigning with the Nigerian women’s organization WRAPA to rescue almost 200 girls still being held by the extremist rebel group Boko Haram after a mass abduction in 2014.
Saudatu Mahdi, Secretary General of WRAPA was interviewed by CNN’s The Newsroom on progress to ensure the return and rehabilitation of all of the girls kidnapped in Chibok, Northern Nigeria in 2014.
More than two years ago, Boko Haram gunmen kidnapped 276 girls from their school in Chibok, Nigeria. This week, after a long and harrowing experience,…
“We are suffering here. There is no kind of suffering we haven’t seen.”
Nigerians protest gender-based violence – 19 July 2016
WRAPA strategizes on ways to boost efforts promoting women’s rights in today’s Nigeria.
In northern Nigeria around three quarters of all girls are married before they turn 18, many before age 15 or whenever puberty begins. Because they are then forced to leave school, 75% are illiterate. Many are neglected or abused by their husbands.
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