The Lagos State Home and Sexual Violence Company has distributed over 10,000 booklets titled ‘My Passport to Rights’ to college students in faculties throughout the state.
The distribution of the booklets, which aimed to “elevate consciousness of the prevalence of kid abuse, in addition to present helpful data and sources for survivors, was an initiative that comprises the required details about sexual and gender-based violence,” it mentioned in a press release on Wednesday.
The Government Secretary of DSVA, Mrs Titilola Vivour-Adeniyi, mentioned that with the lately launched ‘child pleasant booklet’, youngsters can be ‘properly knowledgeable on SGBV points to drive their growth in direction of information, safety and even advocacy’.
She added that “thereby they’re anticipated to move on information to others as a result of they’re ambassadors within the marketing campaign towards all types of abuse of their houses, faculties and domains”.
The launch of ‘My Passport to Rights’ was lately held at Lagos Metropolis Mannequin School, Sabo Yaba with over 300 college students from completely different faculties in attendance.
“The modern booklet supplies youngsters with extra information about their rights within the state,” the announcement states.
Vivour-Adeniyi additional pressured that the booklet, which is strictly to not be offered, is obtainable on the company.
“It’s a must-read for anybody who cares in regards to the well-being of kids and desires to alter their very own lives as a result of it’s anticipated to encourage motion,” she added.