The Key to Change: Supporting Civil Society and Women’s Rights Organisations in Fragile and Conflict Affected Contexts – Nigeria Report

As part of a consortium of organisations including Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS), including Women for Women International, Women’s International Peace Centre, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Nigeria and Womankind Worldwide, Saferworld and the Somali Women Development Centre (SWDC) have conducted research of the challenges and opportunities faced by women’s rights organisations (WROs) and other civil society organisations (CSOs) working on issues relating to Women, Peace and Security in Nigeria.  The main aim of this research is to learn more about the landscape and range of WROs’ and CSOs’ experiences, challenges and opportunities and make recommendations to donors working in and on these countries in order to better partner and support them.

The Nigeria report is one of three country focuses alongside Somalia and South Sudan, and supports the overarching report ‘The Key to Change: Supporting Civil Society and Women’s Rights Organisations in Fragile and Conflict Affected Contexts’.

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