Untold stories of the agony of veterans Orphans in Nigeria.
-Monologue is the Storytelling Journal of Soulace War Widows in Nigeria- During my teenage years, I once caught my mother in soliloquy. This arouse my curiosity. All I got was ‘you cannot understand’. Later in life, I understood after she’s no more. Sometimes I earnestly yearn to share my deep thought or sought her opinion […]
-Schools and colleges Nonviolence Awareness Campaign- Peacebuilders club is an integral of youth nonviolence awareness campaign initiative of Soulace Africa. Designed with the aim of raising stronger and informed generation who will shape the future and rid it of avoidable and preventable violent conflict. Soulace Peacebuilders Club will be empowering “generation next” peace builders through […]
Our seminar scope suddenly change from 100 to about 350 Participants overnight. The change from cozy venue to a bigger unequipped space and unavoidable loss of ambience were among other things the consequences that we had to put up with. The challenges of getting the unending participants comfortable. Sorting our logistics while still making sure the […]
One of the very interesting thing at the base of our organisation is the community orientation. Our intervention and operations is pivoted on this concept. We create and run through community. Community is where the real empowerment takes place. When people come together great things happen. This is why a chapter of Soulace survivor Network […]
One of the grievious consequences of neglecting Communities affected by extreme violence is their predisposition to future violence either by way of retaliation or simply a product of inherent implosion. No conflict leave people the same. Every conflict is a bedrock for another conflict. Only access to social justice checkmate the spiral of conflict. In […]
Frankly speaking, When women dig it with women, greater depth is reached. We made some sparks at the just concluded Develop at Odogbo barrack last March 2019. The event forerunning our intervention at the barracks did connected some highly resourceful women who are not push-overs in their various callings to the potential beneficiaries of our […]