June 19, 2019

In this article, Vweta Chadwick argues for the decriminalisation of suicide in Nigeria as a way to address the 'epidemic' of death by suicide in the country.

Read the article on Sahara Reporters.

February 14, 2019

Technology and social media have proved to be indispensable in solving crimes, long after their commission, which begs the question ‘what role do they play in the criminal events as they unfold?’ Has technology turned us into dispassionate observers lacking empathy, wh...

December 15, 2018

When tempted to ask why we need women in politics or what impact more women in political offices has brought/can bring, we may want to rephrase and ask instead: what gains has there been since half of the population has held on to power for so long, denying the talents...

October 12, 2018

In February this year, the second case to be brought before a crown court in Bristol, collapsed, the judge ordered the jury to return a not guilty verdict, acquitting a father charged with allowing his six year old daughter undergo FGM.

Read the full article on Sahara R...

October 1, 2018

Coercive controlling behaviour is a deliberate repeated attempt to rob victims of their individuality, instill dread and bully them

September 15, 2018

Ending period poverty goes beyond providing access to menstrual products. Access to key information and inclusive education about periods is equally as important.

March 8, 2018

The awakening

A few weeks ago, Women’s Hour, a BBC Radio four programme dedicated a week to discussing the menopause.

I remember waking up each morning, anxious for when the programme will come on air as women from all works of life, experts on the menopause called in, t...

January 9, 2018

ASHA's Founder, Vweta Chadwick recently granted an interview to Channels Television, discussing the circumstances leading to her acquired disability and how they led her to seeking solutions to pertinent problems women and children face in underserved communities acros...

June 27, 2017

On 24th June, the 6-month  ICT & Entrepreneurship programme – SHE CAN WITH ICT, an Intel SHE WILL CONNECT initiative, in partnership with Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre, W.TEC, Project ASHA, World Pulse, Slingshot and other organizations, came to an end,


June 8, 2017

Arts, Hearts and Acts (AHA!), came second place during the pitch competition held at the just concluded West Africa Regional Conference for 2016 participants of the Mandela Washington Fellowship.


Please reload

Featured Posts

In this article, Vweta Chadwick argues for the decriminalisation of suicide in Nigeria as a way to address the 'epidemic' of death by suicide in the c...

Nigerian Government Should Repeal Section 372 To Reduce Rate Of Death By Suicide

June 19, 2019

Please reload

Recent Posts
Please reload

Search By Tags