Tweet Conferences

Tweet Conference script: Expanding the role of Children (sons & daughters) in the campaign to end FGM – 5TH JULY, 2018

From Nigeria, we welcome you all to today’s Twitter Conference of the UNICEF-UNFPA Joint Programme on FGM Elimination Campaign: Accelerating Change #encuttinggirls Today, I and my colleague @felxfames will be taking you through the topic  – “Expanding the role of Children (sons & daughters) in the campaign to end FGM” We will tweet on the…

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TWEET CONFERENCE SCRIPT: Expanding the role of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in monitoring and reporting on FGM interventions – 21st June 2018

Good evening all. Welcome to the weekly Twitter conference of the UNFPA/UNICEF Joint Programme on Eliminating Female Genital Mutilation: Accelerating Change (Phase III). I am Benjamin Mbakwem @cydi2k, your Anchor, and my co-anchor, is Ademola Adebisi @VARCENigeria. This Twitter Conference will last from 5pm-7pm Nigerian time. We will attend to your questions and contributions from…

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EndFGM

TWEET CONFERENCE SCRIPT: “Empowering Pregnant Women and Young Mothers to Protect their Babies from FGM – 14th June, 2018

Good evening and welcome to today’s tweet conference. I am Okoye Robinson and I would be joined by Aderonke Olutayo and Cynthia Omo. Today we shall be looking at “Empowering Pregnant Women and Young Mothers to Protect their Babies from FGM. FGM stands for Female Genital Mutilation and it comprises all procedures that involve the…

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End Violence

TWEET CONFERENCE SCRIPT: Partnering with legislators to support the passage of budgetary provisions for FGM interventions 

Welcome to today’s tweet Conference. I am @onisyes and @thonyayeni would be anchoring today’s conference. I will take the introduction and @thonyayeni will coordinate the next session. Questions will be attended to by 6:30pm We thank everyone for joining our campaign, our TWEET CONFERENCE, hosted every Thursday ( 5-7 PM ) Our topic for today…

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End Violence

TWEET CONFERENCE SCRIPT: Empowering Community-based Organisations (CBOs) to monitor and report cases of FGM – 31.05.2018

Good evening all, I welcome you to today’s conference on behalf of Onyii  Mbam @mbamonyii (my co-host) and myself Olagoke-Adaramoye Dare (@dareadaramoye). Our topic for today is “Empowering Community-based Organisations (CBOs) to monitor and report cases of FGM”. It promises to be educative as always. We shall x-ray how to identify strategies for empowering CBOs…

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