Every February 6 is set aside to mark The International Day Of Zero Tolerance For Female Genital Mutilation. The YWAW team captures opinions of some Youths on FGM. with one voice, they all reject the practice and call on the parents, government and traditional rulers to end the evil practice.
World Cancer Day 2020 is being celebrated with a theme – ‘I am and I will’. This theme has been proposed for the next three years. In the year 2000, a Charter of Paris against Cancer was formed on World Cancer Day. This charter was signed between UNESCO and then
On our calendar, December 15 is the YWAW & Friends Charity Dinner. It’s an avenue to gather all YWAW Volunteers/partners/donors to a networking and appreciation party where we can highlight the exploits of the foundation and deliberate on future endeavors. We have seats for 100 persons & would like you
The Yes We Are Winning foundation has awarded Twenty Eight (28) students in Six (6) Secondary schools and Three (3) Pry schools in Lagos with essential academic aids. The Schools Include: Ikosi Junior Sec Sch, Ikosi-Ketu Comprehensive Junior High Sch, Agboyi-Ketu Community Junior Sch, Agboyi-Ketu Expressway Pry School, Ikosi-Ketu Agboyi-Ketu
The Yes We Are Winning Foundation Celebrated the International Day of the girl child at Ikosi Senior and Junior High School Lagos. The theme for this year’s celebration is : “Girlforce : Unscripted and Unstoppable” Our guest, Agbons Igiewe-Igbinoba spoke to the students of the school on various topics which
The World Youth Skills Day 2019 was celebrated by the Yes We Are Winning Foundation on the 13th of July, 2019, in commemoration of the International World Youth Skills Day. The theme of the conference was: “FASHIONING MY SKILLS FOR PROFITABILITY & ECONOMIC GROWTH.” Several seasoned young entrepreneurs and social
In 2008, The United Nations General Assembly unanimously declared 2 April as World Autism Awareness Day.The Yes, We Are Winning Foundation was at the PATRICK SPEECH AND LANGUAGES CENTER to commemorate the day with the theme of the 2019 edition focused on “Assistive Technologies, Active Participation.” It was an Open
The YWAW media team was on the street to interview some sport betting enthusiasts about how a win or lost affect their happiness and those around them. Click the link to see a short video of the interview:
It was a feeling of overwhelming happiness and joyful excitement for the SS3 students of the Falomo Senior Secondary, Ikoyi-Lagos, Nigeria during a symposium jointly organized by Welti Foundation and The Yes, We Are Winning Foundation to commemorate the International Women’s Day 2019. The theme for this
The Yes, We Are Winning (YWAW) media team was on Lagos street to interview passersby on the importance of knowing and speaking the mother tongue, as a way of preserving our culture and heritage. International Mother language is observed every February 21 to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism.