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A report about the parliamentary briefing on women's rights in Nigeria hosted by Lord Mitchell and Women for Women International in February 2015. 

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One year after 276 girls were kidnapped from their school in Chibok, Nigeria, WfWI-Nigeria Country Director Ngozi Eze reflects on the current situation and what can be done. 

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Join us from the comfort of your own home for a virtual Q&A with Ngozi Eze, Country Director for Women for Women International - Nigeria.

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From Boko Haram’s assault on education to combating the spread of Ebola, headlines from Nigeria have drawn global attention this year.

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Ngozi Eze, Country Director of Women for Women International - Nigeria, tells us about the power of solidarity and women coming together to end violence against women in their community. 

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Ngozi Eze, Country Director of Women for Women International - Nigeria, tells us about the power of solidarity and women coming together to end violence against women in their community. 

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Communications Officer Amanda Strayer recently sat down with Afghanistan Deputy Country Director to discuss the Men’s Engagement Program (MEP).

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Nigeria Country Director Ngozi Eze welcomed the announcement from the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring Nigeria to be free of Ebola.

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Enforcement of property rights protect a woman in many ways – her safety, health, and ability to support herself and her children all depend upon her ability to hold and inherit property.

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Ngozi Eze, Nigerian country director for Women for Women International, calls on her team to integrate the public health directives into program trainings.

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