With the support of MacArthur Foundation and The Ogun State Government, the Ogun Home Grown School Feeding Program is aimed at promoting accountability and efficiency, focused on providing a free nutritional meal for public primary school pupils (primary 1-3) across 40 Schools within Abeokuta North, Odeda, Ikenne and Imeko Afon Local Governments of the State to improve school enrolment, child health and nutrition, thereby encouraging and increasing local agricultural production, creating jobs, empowering women whilke also improving family and state economy.
In observance of Worlds Day Against Child Labour, WOCON Lagos Team paid an Advocacy Visit to the Force Intelligence Board (FIB) at the Force Headquarters at Kam Selem House Obalende. Present in the House were 20 FIB Top officials of the Intelligence Unit who listened with rapt attention as the Director of Programmes spoke about the very sad state of Child Labour in Lagos State and indeed Nigeria.
April 14, 2018.
As we witness the ever-changing world, technology provides more tools but also presents new risks. Ever wondered the activities and behaviours of our young kids in the digitally advanced age? Ever imagined the increased vulnerability in the ever-evolving world?
With the above brought to light, new forms of abuse are emerging and with them the need for new and accurate information on how to create awareness on the dangers of child exploitation.
WOCON Paid an advocacy visit to the Ogun State Ministry of women affairs and Social development and the Federal ministry of Labor to further renew her commitment to the empowerment of women and children.The cordinating director of ministry of women affairs and social development in person of Mr. Olumide Sotubo and the controller of the Federal ministry of labour in person of Mr. Deji Fatoki received the WOCON team with open arms , lauded their efforts in the enforcement of women and children's right and pledged their continuous collaboration with the organization.