Day 3 NEC Meeting
On the 30th of July 2021 being the 3rd day of the NEC Meeting, the NEC members ably led by the Country Vice President Rhoda Prevail Tyoden, paid a courtesy visit to the Executive Governor of Delta State Sen. (Dr.) Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa.
This was followed by the Business Meeting wherein all the key issues pertaining to the administration of FIDA in her states were discussed. The NEC approved a FIDA centre at Gwagwalada, Ikorodu and Badagry
A formal dinner was held that evening to conclude the activities of the NEC Meeting.
Day 2 NEC Meeting Asaba Delta State
On Thursday 29 July 2021, there were 2 sessions; one was the Opening Ceremony of the 2nd Quarter NEC Meeting during which the Special Guest of Honour was the First Lady of Delta State; Her Excellency Dame (Mrs.) Edith Okowa
Also in attendance were the Chief Judge of Delta State Honorable Justice Theresa Diai, and the Chief Whip of the State House of Assembly;
The Chairperson of FIDA Delta, Hon. Stellamaris Mejulu gave a welcome address, while the Country Vice President/National President of FIDA Nigeria, Rhoda Prevail Tyoden gave the Opening Remarks.
The First Lady H.E Dame (Mrs.) Edith Okowa and the Honorable Justice Theresa Diai were thereafter decorated by the Country Vice President as Matrons of FIDA Nigeria.
The second session was the Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program which was a Leadership session on Organizational Effectiveness & Evaluation.
The Cultural Night held that evening was beautiful and entertaining with a wonderful display of diverse dress costumes and dance by members, showcasing the different cultures of the different FIDA Nigeria branches. The State cultural dance troupe entertained FIDANs who enjoyed scrumptious traditional foods and delicacies.
FIDA Nigeria 2nd Quarter NEC Meeting Asaba, Delta State
FIDA Nigeria successfully held her 2021 2nd Quarter National Executive Council (NEC) Meeting from the 28th to 30th July 2021 at Orchid hotels, DBS Road, Asaba, Delta State.
It was an engaging few days which comprised a host of activities with over 31 branches of FIDA Nigeria in attendance.
The activities commenced on Wednesday 28 July, with a Cocktail party to welcome attendees.
FIDA Nigeria Inaugurates Her 36th Branch
FIDA Nigeria on the 15th of June 2021, officially inaugurated her 36th branch, FIDA Nigeria, Katsina State.
Her Excellency the wife of the Kastina State Governor, Dr. Hadiza Bello Masari, graced the very happy occasion.
Other distinguished guests present included: the Chief Host of the occasion, the Honorable Chief Judge of Katsina State, Justice Musa Danladi Abubakar, who was ably represented by Hon. Justice Hajjo Lawal
The Country Vice President FIDA Nigeria Rhoda Prevail Tyoden led the FIDA Nigeria delegation. She was ably supported by the Deputy Country Vice President Amina Agbaje alongside other FIDA members.
With this great feat, FIDA Nigeria is glad to announce her full representation in all the thirty-six states of the federation including, the Federal Capital Territory
FIDA Nigeria 5 Year Strategic Plan Appraisal and Validation meeting
FIDA Nigeria with the support of ActionAid and funding from Global Affairs Canada held a three-day appraisal/review meeting of FIDA Nigeria’s 5-year strategic plan. This is geared towards improved organizational performance in achieving FIDA goals, vision, and mission in serving humanity.
FIDA Conducts a 2-day Training Workshop on Enhancing Leadership Abilities In Community Women Leaders in Plateau State
FIDA Nigeria, Plateau State Branch with the support of Ford Foundation, carried out a leadership training program for 40 community women leaders in Gyel Community, Jos South LGA on the 5th and 6th day of July,2021.
The training was aimed at enhancing leadership abilities in community women leaders through building the participants’ understanding of traits, skills and strategies as well as the use of emotional intelligence in leadership and communication skills.
The training further emphasized gender inclusion as a necessary tool for promoting gender equality and accountability to women’s rights within the community.
At the end of the training, participants would be able to demonstrate an appreciation to lead community development.