2021 NAPTIP 16 DAYS ACTIVISM CAMPAIGN SERIES (25TH NOVEMBER – 10TH DECEMBER)
THEME: WATCH OUT AND SPEAK OUT FOR JUSTICE!


THEORY OF CHANGE (BASED ON DIRECTOR GENERAL’S STRATEGIC PRIORITIES)

Priority 1: Convictions of Higher Profile SGBV /TIP offenders
Increased Reporting, Higher retention rate of key witnesses and prosecution of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV)/TIP cases in Nigeria.

Priority 2: Sustainable Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Survivors
Survivor-informed workshop, increased victims’ empowerment and livelihood training/mentoring reduces the risk of vulnerable women and children re-trafficked after rescue.

Priority 3: Enhanced Awareness Creation and Sensitization
Target Reach: 60million people: to raise awareness to whole of society so more actual and potential victims know where they can get help and be rescued.

Priority 4: Enhance Visibility for the Agency and her Partners
Increased engagements with the Media (Print, TV, Radio, social media, New Media), increased reporting of the outcome of strategic partnership thus projecting stakeholders’
commitment to stamping out SGBV/TIP in Nigeria.

  • Enhanced awareness (projecting to reach 60million in 16 Days)
  • Enhanced understanding of VAPP, SGBV, SARCs, SORs by the
  • Better understanding of the right reporting channel (627 short code, 0800CALL NAPTIP, i-reporter, UNSUP App etc)
  • Prospective SGBV offenders deterred with the Sexual Offenders Register (SOR) naming and shaming policy
  • Improved access to justice
  • Improved knowledge, attitude and perception of Judges trying cases of SGBV/TIP.
  • Strengthened partnership with development partners
  • Increased number of prosecutions. And convictions
  • Positive survivors
  • Confidence, resilience, and self-reliance.
  • Reduced risk of revictimization.
  • Increased awareness of SGBV.
  • Increased reporting of GBV/TIP
  • Increased prosecution and convictions of SGBV
  • Improved synergy between NAPTIP and her partners
  • Increased referrals to law enforcement.
  • Community unity in the fight against trafficking.
  • Call for 1 minute Video on SGBV prevention with enticing award prices to 3 winners with gifts and prices
  • Use of Hash#WatchOutandSpeakOutAgainst SGBV, #NAPTIPOrangeDay, #16Days to further spread the message on SGBV, SARCs, SORs
  • Daily infographics, post etc on social media
  • TV talks on Channels TV with (20million viewers)
  • Brekete Family Radio broadcast (20,000 viewers), distribution of posters etc
  • NAPTIP works with partners to host a live Mock Court Trial
  • Host a Legal Clinic and provide legal advice to victims, witness and case officers
  • NAPTIP invites survivors who have completed rehabilitation and reintegration process and willing to mentor other survivors to a round table.
  • The event will also feature donations to NAPTIP shelters across the country.
  • NAPTIP unites with partners to walk across different cities/states sensitizing people on the street about SGBV, SARCs, SORs etc
  • NAPTIP Synergizes with partners through football competition
  • Community unity in the fight against trafficking.
  • Distribution of Posters and Fliers in selected target areas

ACTIVITY 1
Social Media Competition and Media Campaign (TV, Radio, Print: as a campaign awareness approach to attract online users and furthers spread the reporting channels (NAPTIP TOLL Free 0800CALLNAPTIP, short code, 627, i-reporter, UNSUP APP) to the public.

ACTIVITY 2
Mock Trial and Legal Clinic to educate the public about the provisions and sanctions of the VAPP Act and trauma counseling tips to promote recovery for survivors.

ACTIVITY 3
Survivor Co-Mentoring Workshop on “Survive and Strive Together” to feature survivors mentoring survivors to build hope and resilience, the event will also feature donations to shelters.

ACTIVITY 4
NAPTIP Sensitization walk with Partners tagged “Walk United Against SGBV” to create massive awareness across different routes.

ACTIVITY 5
Host Novelty football Match against SGBV on Kick Offenders to Prison as a way of strengthening synergy amongst partners and further create awareness.

Escalating cases of SGBV/TIP in Nigeria, Loss of key witnesses in the prosecution of the perpetrators of sexual abuse of vulnerable victims in Nigeria, due to low awareness on reporting channels and procedure to access justice, lack of sustainable empowerment for survivors.

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