Project Alert @ 20

It was popping of champagne and merriment at Terra Kulture Arena on Friday December 6th, 2019 when Project Alert celebrated its 20th Anniversary. 20 years of zero tolerance for violence against women and girls Campaign. 20 years of advocacy and practical support services (legal aid, counselling, medical support and shelter) for survivors and their families. The Anniversary featured a Documentary on Project Alert; a Keynote Address by the 1st Lady of Ekiti State, Erelu Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi, a feminist and politician; an Intergenerational Dialogue and an Awards ceremony. We look forward to another 20 years.

Project Alert @ 10

In May 2009, Project Alert celebrated its 10th anniversary by organizing a Shelter Fundraising Dinner. the event which took place at the KFA Event Centre in Lekki-Lagos, was well attended by government representatives including the wife of the then Governor of Lagos State, Dame Bimbo Fashola; the then Commissioner of Women Affairs, who later became Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Mrs. Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire; Corporate organizations such as Mobil, Shell, Gt Bank, Promasidor, UNILEVER etc. Several Nigerian artistes, also came out to identify with Project Alert. They included Kate Henshaw, Stella Damasus, Ara, Weird MC, Julius Agwu, Genevieve Nnaji, etc, were also present.

Appreciating Project Alert 10th Anniversary Ambassadors

Project Alert in appreciation of all the support given it during its 10th year anniversary shelter fundraising dinner, by top Nollywood artistes - actresses, musicians, comedians, designers etc, organized a Thank You Lunch at a Chinese Restaurant, to present awards to them. The 10th anniversary Ambassadors included: Kate Henshaw, Stella Damasus, late Susan Goldie, ARA, Foluke Daramola, Yinka Davies, Essence Okoro, Genevieve Nnaji, Zizi Cardow & Weird MC

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2010 Shelter Building Launch

Sequel to the 2009 10th Anniversary Shelter Fundraising event, Project Alert in 2010, acquired its own building for its shelter project. For eight years since the commencement of the project,in May 2001, the shelter operated in a rented building, until we were able to raise funds to buy our own building. This was made possible by a fund received from the African Women Foundation, AWDF, Accra Ghana, and funds raised at the 10th anniversary dinner. Below are pictures of the shelter building launch, which took place away from the building because of the need to keep it secret. In attendance were Erelu Bisi Fayemi (then Executive Director of AWDF); and veteran actress Joke Silva

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