Community Based Organizations participating at a 4-day training programme have been admonished to maximize the resources they will be empowered with to defend the right of women in Kwara.
The admonition was given by Mr Olusegun Adeyemi, the NOA Kwara State Director at the opening of the training session held on Friday in Ilorin the Kwara State Capital.
Adeyemi who was a special guest alongside with Kwara State Hon. Commissioner for Social Development and her Tertiary Education counterpart, Mrs Abosede Aremu and Hajia Saadatu Modibbo Kawu respectively urged the Coordinators of the CBOs and other participants to be focused and embrace all technicalities regarding the training.
According to the coordinator of the training who is also the CEO of GLOHWOC, Global Hope for Women and Children Foundation, Mrs Christy Abayomi- Oluwole, a total of twelve CBOs are to be trained for a four year development project.
Abayomi further noted that the training will help the organizations perform optimally in giving women a voice especially at the grassroots.
The training was held with strict compliance with social distancing, use of face mask and use of sanitizer regularly.