VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (VAW) HELPLINE: 08099936317
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (VAW) HELPLINE: 08099936317. IDS-Intercommunity Development Social Organisation is currently running violence against women (VAW) helpline in partnership with Justice for All (J4A)-DFID. The Etisalat Toll free line is to provide services for women and girls in Nigeria experiencing different forms of violence (Violence against the girl child - violence related to exploitation, Psychological or emotional violence, Sexual harassment and violence in public space/institutions, Gender-based violence in refugee/internally displaced persons (IDPs) camps, and Economic violence) their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf. The Helpline is staffed by fully trained female support workers and volunteers. All call are completely confidential.
MORE ABOUT INTEGRATED SEVELOPMENT SERVICES (IDS)
Our management team is comprised of distinguished and practicing experts, acknowledged authorities, seasonal, tested and vastly experienced professionals and technocrats in diverse fields of human and organisational resources development, drawn from both the public and private sectors and from within and outside the country. They are also experienced trainers and facilitators who possess in-depth knowledge, skills and experience in the use of different training approaches and methodologies. They would be selected for the different trainings based on qualifications, areas of strengths and expertise.
OUR TRAINING APPROACH & METHODOLOGY
Our approach to training recognizes the need to achieve the following:
Transfer Learning: We ensure that our training does not place content or material above the need to transfer back to real job and link it with business result. This we do by engaging the whole system (i.e., the leaner, the learner’s manager, the business need) in order to address the “what’s in it for me?” factor.
Multiple-experience Training: Knowing that people learn in different ways, we avoid designing a “one size fit all” leaning experience by developing some strategic tools and training delivery methods to accommodate this and ensure that our participants’ various learning needs are met.
Guild on the Side: Our training approaches are also highly participatory. The brain-friendly rule of thumb is that learners should spend at least 70% of the leaning experience doing something other than just listening to the trainer. Learning is not just about the consumption of information but the creation of meaning, value and ultimately action on the part of the learner; hence our decision not to be “sages on the stage”, but “guides on the side” by encouraging method that activate learning such as discussion, role as syndicate groups, management games, etc.
Interactive Delivery: Studies have shown that we remember about 5% of what we hear, 20% of what we see; 40-50% of what we see and hear and up to 80% of what we see, hear and do. Hence, we employ approaches and teaching/learning equipments that facilitated the achievement of these goals.
Ground Rules: We practices effective ground rules during our training and workshops that are adopted by participants to provide a discipline environment which eventually give way to a vibrant and result oriented interactions amongst participants.
Post-Training Assistance: Feedbacks are elicited from participants through a battery of tests on the training contents and their deliveries. Post-training assistance is available to participants and their organisations through provision of training reports, advices to department/management to facilitate participants’ knowledge-to-job transfer, and suggestion for further training.
OUR COMPITITIVES ADVANTAGE:
IDS make full use of technology and latest equipments to impart training in a comfortable and congenial environment. IDS has a modern computer laboratory with state-of-the-art computing equipments with Internet connection. Our training rooms are equipped with modern training aids including overhead, slide and multimedia projectors. The facility of audio and video playback is also available. Participants and the public can make full use of IDS's Information and Communication Technology ((ICT) Resource Centre for accessing information on issues related to sustainable development.
OUR INCOME SOURCES:
1, Donation and grants from individuals and organisations locally and internationally,
2. Consultancy services,
3. Income on investment
4. Membership registration fee and dues
5. Board of trustees (BOT) contribution