Determined to curb sexual and gender baes violence, SGBV, in Nigeria, the National Human Right Commission along with her stakeholders launches a technology that will face out the inimical trend of rape and the like.
According to statistics from Nigeria police, about 12000 cases of sexual violence cases have been reported this year.
This data made the human right commission and other partners to arise and develop a technology which will help to tackle the menace of SGBV in the country.
At the launch of the UNSUB platform which facilitates synergy among stakeholders in handling cases of rape and SGBV the Secretary of Human Right Commission, Tony Okechukwu, says the technology will assist to upscale the culture of accountability for SGBV and other human right violations.
Earlier the Chief Scribe, Okechukwu said the UNSUB platform is designed to advance the commission’s quest for a co-ordinated response which recognizes the contribution of each and every responder in their various corners, feeding into a well-coordinated system using an h-tech platform to curb sexual gender baes violence, SGBV in collaboration with her partners.