Onelife Initiative for Human Development

Delivering a multi-lingual media campaign against FGM in Nigeria

2017 - 2017

Onelife Initiative for Human Development is a Nigerian non-profit working to bring sustainable social change to young people. As part of HDF’s support for the Global Media Campaign, OneLife delivered the Nigeria Media Campaign to End FGM through a series of media training courses for journalists, targeted radio broadcasts and street rallies. The campaign travelled north and south, producing content in five languages – Hausa, Igbo, Ijaw, Yoruba and Pidgin English.


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