Reporting year: 2017
Achievement at a glance
We launched the Anti-Bullying Campaign in Lagos, Nigeria, 23-25th March, 2017, with the theme " NIP IT IN THE BUD" as thus: A Workshop on the 23rd March for School Stakeholders. In attendance were the Representative of the Deputy Governor of Lagos State, H.E. (Dr.) Idiat Oluranti Adebule, The Representative the D.G of National Orientation Agency , Dr. Abari, School Proprietors, Teachers and Parents. (See attached Pictures) A Road Show took place on the 24th and a Family Funfair for families on the 25th with the theme "Creative Activities as Antidotes to Bullying.
Challenges faced in implementation
Anti Bullying programmes ate not yet much accepted by people. Some prospective sponsors think it is too elitist and foreign. Hence we were faced with financial challenges in its implementation. However, the programme had to be scaled down to suit available funds .
Next steps
To further raise awareness on the need to curb Bullying in schools and Communities as a tool to curbing Violence,, we will be starting a 13week TV Talk Show which is expected to go on for as long as the need arises We also will start the zonal awareness by geographical location soon. Unfortunately, we cannot do this alone. Hence, we are calling on Philanthropists and Organizations that may wish to support our Cause. We believe that curbing Bullying will go a long way to curb Violence in Africa. The earlier we nipped the bullying tendencies in our future generations, the safer our Countries and Continents will be!
Measurable outcomes
Beneficaries
School Stakeholders, Government Officials, Students and Parents
Actions
The Awareness programme through workshop and family funfair shed so much light on Bullying, Bullying types, various types of Bullies, Effects of Bullying on Bullies and Bullied, what parenrs, authoriries and governments can do, Parenting in the 21st centaury and our values, Bullying and the trend In schools
Deliverables
03/2017
Launch
Status of initiative
On track
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