PROJECT ALERT CAMPAIGNS
#TheBrokenChildren #BreaktheCycle campaign highlights the negative impact of domestic violence on children. Children learn from what they see and hear. Domestic violence affects children physically, mentally and emotionally. They mimic and document what they see and hear.
#StoptheBlame is a media campaign project by Project Alert to sensitise members of the public on the negative impact of blaming and shaming victims of domestic and sexual violence. Blaming of victims decreases reporting rates and help seeking, which in turn leads to fatalities.
INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGNS / EVENTS
UNITE to End Violence Against Women
This is a campaign launched in 2008 by the highlighting and emphasizing then United Nations Secretary General, women and girls as human rights. Ban-Ki-Moon to raise public awareness and dates are that November 25th is International increase political will and resources for Violence Against Women, while December 10 preventing and ending violence against women Rights Day. and girls. The global vision is a world free of Violence against women and girls
Orange Day (25th)
This is a day set aside every month by the UN Secretary General’s UNITE campaign to take action to raise awareness and prevent gender-based violence by individuals and organization wearing orange and coloring their offices orange on the 25th of every month.
16 Days of Activities (November 25th -December 10th)
This is an annual global event all forms of violence against the significance of the Day for the Elimination of is International Human
“ I contacted Project Alert May 2018 on the unacceptable treatment from my husband. He was invited for discussion and Project Alert mediated on the issue by holding a meeting were both of present. Thanks to the Mediation team and Management team. ”Yemisi .O.
“ Thanks Ma’am. Your office was able to resolve our case last Friday after you referred me. Thanks to Mrs. Udonta too. More grease. ” Toyin .E.
“ Keep the good work
Good morning the able men and women of Project Alert. I would want to commend you for the good work you are doing in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. African women need a voice like PROJECT ALERT to speak and make their grievances known.
God bless you all!
God bless Nigeria!!
God bless Africa!!! . ” Helen, Ghana
“ Good morning Ma,
I and my husband have settled our marital problem; our pastor from MFM helped us resolve it. Thank you for your effort and advice ma. ” Martina .C.
“ Good morning. I appreciate your candid support and encouragement when I visited your office yesterday. ” Grace .O.
“ I enjoyed my stay in the shelter; it is a place like home. I am grateful to Project Alert for giving me the opportunity.
” Jumoke A
“ This shelter is a home far away from home in all sense. Thank you Project Alert.
” Esther I
“ Dear Sir/ Ma, it is my pleasure to thank and appreciate Project Alert and the entire staff; you are wonderful, you take important matters, you say the truth and devote your time.
” Evangelist Grace O.
“ I want to use this medium to appreciate Project Alert for taking up my case and ensuring that justice is done. My child’s father is now responding to my daughter’s need after your intervention. Thank you also for the cleaning job you linked me with your old client to be doing, it is really helpful.
” Gladys A..
“ I am so grateful to Project Alert and Mrs. Josephine Effah- Chukwuma. The singular act of paying my children’s fees in a decisive term (3rd term) saved my children from repeating a full academic year. I found in you, a sister, a friend and a dependent ally. You and your organization are unrelenting in their fight for justice. Thanks to the entire Project Alert’s team for embracing me.
” Rita U
“ Thank you very much Project Alert, the lawyer you gave me filled a case for dissolution of marriage and custody of my children. The case is still ongoing, and my children are with me. A protection order in line with the Domestic Violence Law of Lagos State has been obtained against him. I am grateful, keeping doing the good work.
” Titi O