The campaign against rape is never a lost battle, though it may look like its taking longer to fully eradicate such evil practice, good would surely prevail and stop perpetrators in their tracks before they make a mistake that would hunt them and the victims for life. Watch our campaign video below and get enlightened.

Rape means to force a person to have sex with you.

Rape means to force a person to have sex with you. 
Rape is a horrifying crime. 
Rape leaves the victim with a lifetime of trauma. 
Rape is unforgotten. 
Rape causes the victim to be suicidal. 
Rape could kill the victim. 
Rape culture must be eliminated. 
Rape is theft.

Watch the video campaign below:

Focusing on the root of the problem of rape in many societies.
RAPE CULTURE: Rape culture is allowed to continue when we buy into ideas of power that see violence and dominance as ‘strong’ (male or female), and when the victim (male or female) are less valued. 
It is also underpinned by victim-blaming, an attitude that insinuates a victim rather than the perpetrator bears responsibility for the assault.
When discussing cases of sexual violence, a victim’s sobriety, clothes, and sexuality are irrelevant. Instead, counter the idea that the perpetrators must obtain power through violence and question the notion of sex as an entitlement. WHOEVER YOU ARE YOU SHOULD KNOW:
– You can not silence a victim
– You can not blame the victim
– You can not hide for too long
– Your masculinity or status in society is not an excuse
– The victim will get justice
– That what you did in secret would hunt you in the future
– You must unlearn the rape culture now
– You should seek help quickly if you are battling uncontrollable urges
– Date-rape is RAPE
– NO CONSENT IS NO
– A MINOR MEANS NO
– NO is NO

The hurt and hate is never worth it, stop rape and stop it now before it becomes too late.

Below are Nigerian helplines you can report or file sexual crimes respectively;

Nigerian Domestic Violence/Sexual Abuse Centres

Akwa Ibom State
Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Welfare
Hotline; 08069707018
Email; info@akwaibomstate.gov.ng

Anambra State
Centre for the Protection of the Abused
Hotline; 08039570653
Email; dorothy@cepa.kabissa.org

Cross river State
International Federation of Women Lawyers
Hotline; 08060670329
Email; fidacrossriver@fida.org.ng

Edo State
Brave Hearts Initiative
Hotline; 07061910869
Email; braveheartinitiative@yahoo.com

Ekiti State
International Federation of Women Lawyers
Hotline; 08034737124
Email; fidaekiti@fida.org.ng

Enugu State
Tamar Sexual Assault Referral Centre
Hotline; 09091333000

Kaduna State
Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development
Email; info.women@kdsg.gov.ng

Kano State
Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development
Hotline; 08148877252
Email; kswomenaffairs@yahoo.com

Lagos state
Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team
Hotline; 08137960048
Email; info@dsvrtlagos.org

Ogun State
Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development
Hotline; 08035196462
Email; info@ogunstate.gov.ng

Ondo State
Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development
Hotline; 07033428945
Email; info@ondostate.gov.ng

Osun State
Ministry of Women Affairs and Child Development
Hotline; 08166088600
Email; info@osunstate.gov.ng

Oyo State
Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Inclusion
Hotline; +23428106123
Email; info@oyostate.gov.ng

FCT-Abuja
Project Alert
Hotline; 08052004698
Email; info@projectalertnig.com

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