You’re probably wondering to yourself – why are women at risk? Are they going extinct? Am I as a woman safe in the world today?
Well, it has been observed and noted that there is a high prevalence of sexually related violence against women all over the world with many of the cases remaining unreported and unrecognized.
In most cases, terms like rape, sexual assault, child abuse and so on are all used to refer to this issue in one way or another.
Worthy of note, however, is that although all rape is sexual assault not all sexual assault is rape. The question therefore is – What then is this sexual assault? How can it be combated and hopefully eradicated and how can help be provided for victims to enable them get back on their feet?
This is where organizations and establishments such as the Women At Risk International Foundation (WARIF) come on the scene.
The Women At Risk Int’l Foundation was established to raise awareness and address the prevalence of this problem through the development and implementation of a series of initiatives, targeting both the intervention/treatment of these affected women, as well as providing preventive measures to reduce the high incidence.
Join Dr. Kemi Dasilva-Ibru this Sunday 2nd April 2017 on the Heart of The Matter TV Show as she sheds more light on this prevalent issue while bringing to the fore the need for more reformation centers for the victims.
Women at Risk International Foundation, (WARIF) is a non-profit organization founded in 2016 by Dr. Kemi DaSilva-Ibru MD; MPH in response to the high incidence of sexual assault, rape and human trafficking occurring amongst young girls and women across Nigeria.
The Foundation was established to raise awareness and address the prevalence of this problem through the development and implementation of a series of initiatives, targeting both the intervention/treatment of these affected women, as well as providing preventive measures to reduce the high incidence.
Dr. Dasilva is a strong advocate of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. She is known for her unmitigated passion for women’s rights which has shaped her life and has led to her establishing the Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF).
Watch the Heart of the Matter Every Sunday by 11am on EbonyLife DSTV Channel 165.
Let’s work together to build a society free of rape and sexual violence. Live and let live!
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