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Osaro Odemwingie
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  • Abuja
  • Nigeria
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Denis Leveques left a comment for Osaro Odemwingie
" Good day,How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express…"
Jan 6, 2016
light smith left a comment for Osaro Odemwingie
"I am Light by name,No kid and never marriage.I will like to hear from your opinion, you can contact me at this email address (lightsmith2014@hotmail.comso that i can send you my pictures and more introduction about myself. Have a good day and…"
Oct 19, 2015
johncropper commented on Osaro Odemwingie's blog post All work... and only a little chance to play with John
"Hi Osaro - it's great that we can have this exchange in public. I think this is a good model for sharing ideas and learning. It would be great to see what the different media outlets could do. I think the challenge would be to make it seem…"
Jan 12, 2010
Osaro Odemwingie commented on Osaro Odemwingie's blog post All work... and only a little chance to play with John
"I quite agree that the role of the police in all the cases both at the Mock tribunal and the public hearing was at best obstructive rather than constructive. It is a national challenge for us in Nigeria; how to reform the police. While we put on…"
Jan 11, 2010
johncropper commented on Osaro Odemwingie's blog post All work... and only a little chance to play with John
"Another reflection from the tribunal is about the role of the police. In every case, the role of the police was negative - ranging from incompetent to corrupt and obstructive. What do we do about this? Police in so many countries are appalling and…"
Jan 11, 2010
johncropper commented on Osaro Odemwingie's blog post All work... and only a little chance to play with John
"Thanks, Osaro - for posting this and indeed for organising a really enjoyable and interesting programme. On reflection, for me, the most important external learning was not any one event or activity. They were all good. Rather it was the…"
Jan 11, 2010
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All work... and only a little chance to play with John

During his recent working visit to Nigeria, from December 07, to 12, 2009, John Cropper, the slow talking, easy going and very likeable Global Manager of the Raising Her Voice (RHV) project, was a hit for all those he came across. Starting from yours truly, my wife and children, to colleagues at Oxfam GB in Nigeria, partners and right holders that we interacted, one common and dominant view by all was; what a likeable man this is.While in Nigeria, John participated in a number of activities…See More
Jan 10, 2010
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Dec 5, 2009
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16 days of activism –Activists petition parliament on violence against women

Activities marking the 16 days of activism on violence against women continue on positive and upbeat momentum in Nigeria. Today, Abuja, the country’s otherwise serene capital city, witnessed a mammoth crowd of activists who took to the streets protesting the un-abating spate of violence against women. The action also took place simultaneously in the cities of Lagos, South west Nigeria; Calabar, south west Nigeria; and Yola, north east.Operating under the leadership of Women’s Rights Advancement…See More
Dec 5, 2009
Susan Akajo Oregede left a comment for Osaro Odemwingie
"Hi Osaro, That Manila training must have been very enriching. I look forward to the resources or information you plan to share. Please share the kind of "juju" you applied in Nigeria that saw the ratification happen that…"
Aug 7, 2009
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CAPWIP capacity building in Manila, The Philippines - Making Governance Gender Responsive (1)

From 23-31 July 2009, Miss Hadeezah Haruna, Programme Manager, Raising Her Voice, at Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA), Abuja, Nigeria, and I (Osaro Odemwingie, Manager for RHV at OGB in Nigeria) attended a capacity building on Making Governance Gender Responsive in Manila, the Philippines. The programme, the 9th in the series, was organized by Center For Asia Pacific Women In Politics (CAPWIP). The global RHV project facilitated our attendance in an effort to build…See More
Aug 6, 2009
johncropper left a comment for Osaro Odemwingie
"Hi Osaro, How are you? Thanks for joining the network. What do you think? could something like this be helpful? Best wishes John"
Mar 30, 2009
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Mar 30, 2009

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All work... and only a little chance to play with John

During his recent working visit to Nigeria, from December 07, to 12, 2009, John Cropper, the slow talking, easy going and very likeable Global Manager of the Raising Her Voice (RHV) project, was a hit for all those he came across. Starting from yours truly, my wife and children, to colleagues at Oxfam GB in Nigeria, partners and right holders that we interacted, one common and dominant view by all was; what a likeable man this is.



While in Nigeria, John participated in a number of… Continue

Posted on January 10, 2010 at 14:00 — 4 Comments

16 days of activism –Activists petition parliament on violence against women

Activities marking the 16 days of activism on violence against women continue on positive and upbeat momentum in Nigeria. Today, Abuja, the country’s otherwise serene capital city, witnessed a mammoth crowd of activists who took to the streets protesting the un-abating spate of violence against women. The action also took place simultaneously in the cities of Lagos, South west Nigeria; Calabar, south west Nigeria; and Yola, north east.



Operating under the leadership of Women’s Rights… Continue

Posted on December 5, 2009 at 15:24

CAPWIP capacity building in Manila, The Philippines - Making Governance Gender Responsive (1)

From 23-31 July 2009, Miss Hadeezah Haruna, Programme Manager, Raising Her Voice, at Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA), Abuja, Nigeria, and I (Osaro Odemwingie, Manager for RHV at OGB in Nigeria) attended a capacity building on Making Governance Gender Responsive in Manila, the Philippines. The programme, the 9th in the series, was organized by Center For Asia Pacific Women In Politics (CAPWIP). The global RHV project facilitated our attendance in an effort to build… Continue

Posted on August 6, 2009 at 9:00

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At 16:40 on January 6, 2016, Denis Leveques said…

 Good day,
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site. Could you please get back to me on my private email(denisleveques11@gmail.com) for the full details?
Have a nice day and God bless you,
Denis

At 12:47 on October 19, 2015, light smith said…

I am Light
by name,No kid and never marriage.I will like to hear from your opinion,
you can contact me at this email address (lightsmith2014@hotmail.com
so that i can send you my pictures and more introduction about myself.
Have a good day and waiting to hear from you soonest.

At 14:33 on August 7, 2009, Susan Akajo Oregede said…
Hi Osaro,
That Manila training must have been very enriching. I look forward to the resources or information you plan to share.

Please share the kind of "juju" you applied in Nigeria that saw the ratification happen that fast.
Cheers

Susan
At 17:26 on March 30, 2009, johncropper said…
Hi Osaro,
How are you? Thanks for joining the network. What do you think? could something like this be helpful?
Best wishes
John
 
 
 

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