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The not for profit, Non Governmental Organization (NGO) community is a major actor in Nigeria's vibrant social sector. These pressure and research groups address issues such the Environment, Health, Education, Population, Justice, Human Rights, Women's Empowerment, Youth Empowerment, Gender Development, etc. There is always a need for staff, foot soldiers and volunteers.

 

Non Governmental Organization (NGO)

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The Women's Technology Empowerment Centre - W.TEC
Suite 88, Block A-4 Sura Shopping Complex
Simpson Street, Lagos Island
Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: 01-850.9782, 0803.621.1307
Website: http://www.w-teconline.org

 

To educate, connect and empower Nigerian women through active engagement with information and communication technology.

Gender Training and Development Network (GTDN)
Oyo State: Office Plot 5, Ariyo Estate, Opposite Orogun Grammar School, Orogun, Ibadan Oyo State.
Lagos Office: 1st floor D wing. Elephant cement House Alausa. Ikeja. Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 2348023377517, 08023410013, 08058322810
Mailing Address: U.I. Post Office Box 22215, Ibadan.
Website: http://www.genderdevelopment.org

 

To invest in people, projects and programmes by building resources for Gender development, training and research.

Innovative Strategy for Human Development ISHD
1,Fadeyi, Off Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja, Lagos
Tel: 08023231297

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Promoting peace building, conflict management, economic and social development and gender equality

Development Information Network (Devnet)
7, Adesoye Street,
Mende, Maryland
Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: 234-01-7938327
Fax: 234-01-4965625
E-mail: devnet@devnetnigeria.org
Website: http://www.devnetnigeria.org

 

Development information resource center, serving the development needs of CSO community in Nigeria and the West African Sub region.

Legal Research and Resource Development Centre (LRRDC)
386, Murtala Muhammed Way
Yaba, Lagos
P.O. Box 75242, Victoria Island, Lagos
Tel.: +234 (1) 862 097, 288 0694
Fax: +234 (1) 288 069, 261 0450
e-mail: lrrdc@alpha.linkserve.com

 

Promotion of recognition and respect for human rights by means of education through research and the initiation of projects

BAOBAB for Women's Human Rights
76, Ogudu Road, Ojota,
Lagos, Nigeria
P. O. Box 73630, Victoria Island, Lagos
Tel: 234 1 4747931, 01-8980834
Tel/Fax: 234 1 4962302
Mobile: 234 (0) 802 333 0981
Emails:baobab@baobabwomen.org  baobabwomen@yahoo.com 
Website: http://www.baobabwomen.org

 

Women's legal rights issues under the three (3) systems of law - customary, statutory and religious laws in Nigeria

 

 

Community Life Project
PO Box 159, Apapa,
9 Ilori Street, Off Ire-Akari Estate Road. Isolo

Lagos, Nigeria
TeL: 234 803 404 7007
e-mail: iwerengozi@yahoo.com   

 

Participatory, community-based, demand-driven approach to provide reproductive health and HIV/AIDs education and promote family and community development.

Guildance Community Development Foundation,
Opposite Polytechnic Ibadan Main Gate,Prost Building,Besides Mr Biggs,Eleyele Road,Sango,Ibadan,Oyo State,Nigeria.
Tel: +2348034978700,2348057783260,+23401-6637856
E-mail: info@guildance.org, guildanceforever@yahoo.com
Website- www.guildance.org    

 

 HIV/AIDS prevention through awareness campaigning, pre counseling, testing, and post counseling.

Girls Power Initiative (GPI) Nigeria
44 Ekpo Abasi Street,
P. O. Box 3663
UNICAL Post Office, Calabar,
Nigeria.
Tel: (234) 803357895
Fax: (234) 87-236298
E-mail: gpicalabar@gpinigeria.org , gpi_hqcal@yahoo.co.uk
Website: www.gpinigeria.org
Address the challenges facing girls in the Nigerian society and equip them with information, skills and opportunities for action to grow into self actualised young women.

ActionAid
2nd Floor, NAIC House
Plot 590
Cadastral Zone
Central Business District
PMB 1890, Garki, Abuja
Nigeria
Tel: +234 9 627 0480/2, +234 9 461 8655
Fax: +234 9 461 8656
e-mail: info.nigeria@actionaid.org
Website: http://www.actionaid-nigeria.org

 

Rights-based organisation committed to poverty eradication in Nigeria

 

Centre for Communication and Reproductive Health Services (CCRHS)
Opposite Government College (maingate)
P.O Box 574, Bida, Niger State, Nigeria.
Telephone: 234- (0)66 - 462118
Fax no: 234 - (0)60 - 462118
Mobile: 234 (0) 804 516 7921
E-mail: ccrh.bida@skannet.com
Website: http://www.ccrhs.org.ng

 

Reproductive Health and Rights Development

 

Civil Resource Development and Documentation Centre (CIRDDOC)
Fourth Dimension Complex,
16 Fifth Avenue,
City Layout,
P.O.Box 1686,
Enugu, Nigeria.
Tel: +234-(0)8033132493 - 4, +234-(0)42-314662, +234-(0)42-303315
Fax: +234-(0)42-456904
Email: cirddoc@aol.com , cirddoc96@yahoo.com, cirddoc@gmail.com , info@cirddoc.org , nwankwo_o@cirddoc.orgwankwooby@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.cirddoc.org
 

Protection and promotion of human rights and women's human rights and the strengthening of civil society

Women's Research and Documentation Centre
Institute of African Studies
University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 

Women's studies,  and to promote new methodologies for this purpose through coordination of research projects in Nigeria; research, education, the gathering and dissemination of information and social policy formulation 

 

WOMEN'S HEALTH AND ACTION RESEARCH CENTRE (WHARC)
4 Alofoje Street, Off Uwasota Street, PO Box 10231, Benin City, Nigeria
Tel: +234 52 600151, 602334 Fax: +234 52 602091, 600437
wharc@warri.rcl.nig.com  or wharc@hyperia.com 
Website: http://wharc.freehosting.net

 

Promote the health and social wellbeing of African women through systematic research, documentation, advocacy and training in reproductive health 

Community Health and Research Initiative (CHR)
No 13, Lamuya Office Complex, B.U.K Road
P. O. Box 14807
Kano, Nigeria
Tel: +234-64- 967518, 312147 GSM: +234-80-23810589
e-mail: enquiry@chrnigeria.org, chrkano@yahoo.com, chrkano@gmail.com 
Website: http://www.chrnigeria.org

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