Desk officers and other interested participants in the ANTI- Human Trafficking Gender and Irregular Migration Unit of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Lagos State Command has received training on how to sexual and gender based violence cases in a better way.
The Commandant of the corps command, Commandant Paul Ayeni says he approved the training of the officers having seen the need for much more awareness and campaign against gender based violence, sexual assaults, rape and other sexually and gender violence related issues, in our society,
The workshop which was held at the State Head Quarters, in Alausa Ikeja, Lagos was organized, by the Women At Risk International Foundation and supported, by Aspire Coronation Trust Fund ( act ) and Access.
During the event, the Head of Unit, Anti – Human Trafficking NSCDC, Lagos command, Johnson Chigozie, appreciated the Commandant for his magnanimous gesture towards providing the enabling environment for the training of personnel in the unit.
She opined that trainings and workshops, of this nature will continue, to expose personnels, to much more knowledge, skills and insights, on how to handle related cases better aading that the training will promote professionalism and excellence in the unit.
The corp commandant who was represented by deputy commandant Ayo Agoro lauds the initiative and also harps on sensitization, awareness campaign and sexual education, in averting issues of rape and gender violence, in the society.
Present at the workshop are officers from the Anti-Human Trafficking Gender and Irregular Migration unit of the Command, desk officers from various Divisions across the state.La