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  • Finance & Admin Officer

    Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF)
    Nigerian Women Trust Fund - A non-profit organisation working in the thematic areas of leadership, governance and democracy in Nigeria through gender advocacy, capacity building, research and communications requires the services of a Finance and Admin Officer....[...]
    Date Posted: 11 Oct 2016
  • Young Women Mentee

    Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF)
    The Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (NWTF) works to create spaces for women, specifically in public office and other leadership platforms. The Fund achieves this through advocacy, research and capacity development programmes for women and girls. The Young Women Mento[...]
    Date Posted: 27 Jan 2016
  • Programs Officer

    Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF)
    The Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF) was created in 2011 to increase the representation of women in Nigerian governance at all levels and address the growing concerns about the gender imbalance in elective and appointive positions. Nigeria currently falls short of[...]
    Date Posted: 24 Nov 2014
  • Finance & Admin Assistant

    Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF)
    The Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF) was created in 2011 to increase the representation of women in Nigerian governance at all levels and address the growing concerns about the gender imbalance in elective and appointive positions. Nigeria currently falls short of[...]
    Date Posted: 24 Nov 2014
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  • About Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF)
  • The Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF) was created in 2011 to increase the representation of women in Nigerian governance at all levels and address the growing concerns about the gender imbalance in elective and appointive positions. Nigeria currently falls short of the National Gender Policy benchmark of 35% minimum gender representation and other global and regional benchmarks to which the country is signatory. For instance, with the return to democratic governance in 1999, the number of women being elected in Nigeria steadily increased but since 2007 it has remained stagnant between 7-9% representation in the National Assembly, less than the average rate of female parliamentarians globally and in Sub-Saharan Africa which is 19% and 20% respectively.
    The goal of the Fund is to institutionalize access to resources for women in politics in Nigeria. Its objectives are to:

    – Transparently provide aspiring women with financial and other forms of resources towards their political campaigns irrespective of political inclinations

    – Identify and build a database of aspiring women politicians and those in appointive positions to enhance their leadership capacity.

    – Fundraise, invest and manage resources for women’s political participation

    – Provide national and international networking opportunities for women politicians in elective and appointive positions to build strategic alliances and raise resources

    – Engage in research and advocacy to further expand women’s political space

Saw the advert on MYJobMag and applied for the positions and was called for interview, i prepared well for my interview and i was offered the job. I actually applied to a number of organisations and got called for three interviews (British Council, Creati Regional Resources Assistant at British Council
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