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  • ACCESSING SEXUAL VIOLENCE SERVICES IN NIGERIA

    Nigeria Sexual Violence information hub

  • CHILD PROTECTION

    Schools, Religious organizations and others

    SEXUAL VIOLENCE RESPONSE TRAINING

    Criminal Justice practitioners, NGOs, Caregivers

Forensic Interview Facility

A Forensic Interviewing Facility has been installed where child victims of sexual abuse or witness to violennt crimes are interviewed in a conducive environment and non trumatising manner by a forensic interviwer. Read More

Online Sexual Violence Resource Center

TRENDS AND PATTERNS OF SEXUAL ASSAULTS IN LAGOS SOUTH-WESTERN NIGERIA Read More

MediaCon Helplines

Be free to contact us on the following helplines
+234 (0) 809 952 2487
+234 (0) 805 820 7164
+234 (0)802 333 1036

About Media Concern Initiative

MEDIA CONCERN INITIATIVE - for Women and Children (MediaCon) is a Non - Governmental Organization working in the field of sexual violence prevention and crisis response in Nigeria and Africa.

MediaCon was founded in 2000 by Dr. Princess Olufemi-Kayode, a survivor of Child Sexual Abuse and rape. She began creating public awareness through a national media campaign which succeeded in breaking the silence and also setting off massive number of disclosures by victims from all parts of the country. Realizing the impact of sexual violence on the Nigerian society, she also sought institutional supports to meet the needs of child and adult victims to mitigate the long-term effects on the health, safety, and productivity of Nigeria. 

Over fourteen years, MediaCon has garnered experience and expertise in designing and executing various projects on sexual violence against women and children. These projects have taken the shape of media advocacy, direct support services (crisis response centre), legislative advocacy, social advocacy, storytelling using multimedia tools, peer education training, capacity building, media monitoring, research and publications, etc. Since 2003, MediaCon has remained in the fore concerning issues related to sexual violence in Nigeria and Africa through mobilization of stakeholders for a multi-sectoral approach towards the delivery of effective response.

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