AT Centre for Women Studies and Intervention
We Take Pride in the Dignity of Women
CWSI seeks a holistic empowerment of women for social rebirth and the promotion of gender equality.
Upholding The Dignity of Women
CWSI has created the needed awareness of how far women can go in any sector. Equal participation of women in all spheres of life...
Human Rights/Gender Equality
Have created the needed awareness to the women and girls in particular to their rights and responsibilities...
Between 2002 and 2011 CWSI with the support of a German NGO—SOLWODI-had a stint in journeying...
What We Do
Their Dreams: Our Mission & Vision
CWSI is an organization which envisions women and other vulnerable persons empowered, liberated and active in the creation of a better world
CWSI propelled by faith in the Creator of all beings, is committed to upholding the dignity of women and other vulnerable persons through capacity building. advocacy, awareness raising, research and documentation.
CWSI’s goal is the holistic empowerment of the woman for social rebirth and the promotion of gender equality/equity
Some things we are passionate about:
CWSI propelled by faith in the creator of all beings, is committed to upholding the dignity of women and other vulnerable persons through capacity building, advocacy, awareness raising, research and documentation.
Through our activities in some of the states where we work CWSI has been able to empower women and girls and made them aware of their rights and responsibilities as partners in development.
cwsi AT A GLANCE
We are fully Dedicated to serving humanity
CWSI was registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in 1999 (CAC No: 12,045). CWSI has consultative statues with the Economic and Social Council—ECOSOC and in affiliation with the Department of Global Communications) at the United Nations. Through advocacy, capacity building, awareness raising and sensitization, research and documentation, partnership and paralegal engagements, we advocate for good governance, economic, political and socio-cultural rights.
Culture, tradition and religion have continued to oppress African women and girls even though many have continued to refute this truth. Since men are still the custodians of culture and tradition,