Victoria Nwogu Outreach Pushes for Legislative Framework to Protect The Vulnerable

Victoria Nwogu Outreach Pushes for Legislative Framework to Protect The Vulnerable

By Ken Gbados.

 

Victoria Nwogu Outreach Pushes for Legislative Framework to Protect The Vulnerable
    Victoria Nwogu, with her Team at the Advocacy and Outreach Campaign

    The foremost charity organization; Victoria Nwogu Outreach has called on stakeholders and government at all levels to take proactive steps to solve the problems connected with the vulnerable by coming up with programs and policies that would promote and protect their privileges.

    The Founder/Executive Director; Miss Victoria Nwogu, who made this call on the sidelines of recent advocacy and outreach campaign in Lagos, Nigeria informed that the vulnerable in Nigeria must be given all the necessary care and attention, especially quality education, which they require to attain their goals in life.

    Continuing, the prolific Nollywood Actress, who is so passionate about the vulnerable with a particular interest in women and children, noted that in support of the age-long adage that “investing in our children means investing in our future”; concerted efforts must be done by all well-meaning Nigerians to achieve a better tomorrow for Nigerian children.

    Victoria Nwogu Outreach Pushes for Legislative Framework to Protect The Vulnerable
      Victoria Nwogu; Founder and Executive Director, Victoria Nwogu Outreach

      Furthermore, Miss Nwogu assured that her charity organization will continue to advocate the course of the Nigerian children because they have a lot of potentials that must be carefully harnessed through good education and training.

      Pursuant to her mantra to keep lending a hand to create a better future and in an effort to recommit to putting children and women first, Miss Victoria Nwogu and her team distributed food items, drinks, school bags, mathematical sets, wrappers, Books, not leaving out sanitary pads for women and girls during the advocacy and outreach, which took place across Abraham Adesanya, Ajah-Badore and environs,

      “Menstrual hygiene management can be particularly challenging for girls and women in developing areas, where clean water and toilet facilities are often inadequate. Menstrual waste is largely ignored in schools in developing areas, despite it being a significant problem.

      “Menstruation can be a barrier to education for many girls, as a lack of effective sanitary products restricts girls’ involvement in educational and social activities. Bleeding every month is not a thing of choice”, She observed.

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