Photos from launch of Hearts of Hope Shelter, Lagos

Nnimmo Bassey (speaking), Director of HOMEF and representative of Hearts100, Josephine Effah-Chukwumah of Project Alert, Richard Mammah, CEE-HOPE’s board member and Betty Abah, Founder of CEE-HOPE at the launch of Hearts of Hope Shelter in Lagos recently.


HEARTS OF HOPE LAUNCH– L-R– Sam Olukoya, veteran journalist and CEE-HOPE’s board member, rep of Mirable Centre, Dr. Princess Olufemi-Kayode, environmentalist and rep of Hearts100, Dr. Nnimmo Bassey, Josephine Effah-Chukwumah of Project Alert Against GBV, CEE-HOPE’s board member and convener and founder of CEE-HOPE, Betty Abah, at the launch of Hearts of Hope Shelter in Lagos recently.

CELEBRATING THE LAUNCH OF HEARTS OF HOPE SHELTER– CEE-HOPE’s staff and volunteers celebrating at the shelter.

Activists and others at the recent launch of Hearts of Hope Shelter in Lagos, a safe house initiative and collaboration between CEE-HOPE Nigeria and Hearts100.


LR; Betty Abah, founder of CEE-HOPE and coordinator of the Hearts of Hope Shelter with Josephine Effah-Chukwumah, ED of Projects Alerts Against GBV and Dr. Nnimmo Bassey, Director of HOMEF and rep of Hearts100 at the Hearts of HOPE Shelter in Lagos during the recent commissioning.


A cross section of the audience during the commissioning of Hearts of Hope Shelter, Lagos a safe place for victims of Gender-Based Violence, a collaboration between CEE-HOPE Nigeria and Hearts100.7.  Betty Abah, standing, founder of CEE-HOPE speaking at the launch of Hearts of HOPE, a safe house initiative of CEE-HOPE and Hearts100 for women and girls impacted by GBV while environmentalist, director of HOMEF who represented Hearts100, Josephine Effah-Chukwumah, founder of Project Alert and Dr. Princess Olufemi-Kayode of MEDIACOM, watch.

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