Girls’ Power Initiative (GPI) Nigeria, Calabar centre in Collaboration with Cross River State Ministry of Education and support from UNESCO is organised a 3-day training of teachers and volunteers on Family Life and HIV/AIDS Education (FLHE) delivery. The training will held at GPI Calabar conference hall at Atimbo Road from Wednesday 21st to Friday 23rd July 2021.
The Coordinator of GPI Calabar Centre, Mrs. Comfort Ikpeme gave and overview of the program and objectives of the training. She introduced the O3 (Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future) programme, a UNESCO Education for health and well-being project.
Barrister Francis Oyije, a representative of the Hon. Commissioner for Education and Desk Officer, Family Life and HIV/AIDS Education (FLHE), Ministry of Education welcomed participants to the training. In his remark, he encouraged the teachers and volunteers to see this as an opportunity for personal and career development in FLHE. He further pledged more collaboration with GPI in the area of FLHE implementation in the State and thanked UNESCO and other partners for their support.