Gender equality is fundamental to achieving sustainable development and economic growth in any nation. It is the economic empowerment of women and girls through collaborative partnerships across all stakeholders that will accelerate making sustainable development a reality.
Vital aid women empowerment network (VAWEN) is part of the incredible ecosystem of the organization, formed to build a strong base for women and gender justice defenders to connect, exchange, learn and work together for women’s human rights and transformative change.
Our network members are drawn from a diverse constituency of policy makers, academia, researchers, activists, farmers, community women, practitioners, and businesspeople committed to gender equality. VAWEN currently has over 2,000 members from all over 3 senatorial zones in Imo-state Nigeria.
VAWEN is proactive in the following development and human rights initiatives
Dr. Patricia Uzoho
Chief coordinator women networ
Obowo Local Government
Ehime Mbano Local Government
Aboh Mbaise local Government
Ngor Okpala local Government
Nwangele local Government
Because we believe that when women and girls have an equal opportunity to learn, grow and connect with others, they will be able to realize their fullest economic potential.
Because your voice matters and every idea counts. By working together, we can help build a better world for all.
Vital aid and women empowerment foundation (VAWEF) commenced work in Nigeria on the 2nd of January 2008 as a Non-profit organization inspired by Christian faith to relieve human suffering.