LAAF Programs and Initiatives

  • Leadership and Policy Engagement

    LAAF advocates for gender-inclusive policies at local, national, and international levels to ensure the protection and empowerment of male survivors. Collaborating with governmental and non-governmental organizations, we influence legislative changes and promote trauma-informed initiatives.

  • School and Campus Outreach

    LAAF through Project LAAF works predominantly with boys and men globally to advance gender equality and end gender-based violence in rural communities, schools, religious establishments, groups, and public and private sectors through sensitization programs, conferences, and workshops.Men Can End Violence is working predominantly with boys and men across Africa to advance gender equality and end gender-based violence in rural communities, schools, religious establishments, groups and public and private sectors.

  • Organizational and Community Participation

    LAAF engages with businesses, NGOs, and community groups to build partnerships and promote a collective effort in combating trauma and abuse. Organizing community events, workshops, and campaigns encourages active participation and dialogue.

  • Psychotherapy

    LAAF implements psychotherapy sessions to address the emotional and psychological needs of male survivors of trauma and abuse. Partnering with licensed therapists and mental health professionals, we provide confidential and tailored support. These programs encourage boys and men to abandon harmful stereotypes, embrace respectful, healthy relationships, and support women and girls' rights, creating a safe space for all.

  • Sensitization Campaigns

    LAAF targets communities, schools, and organizations to raise awareness about the impact of trauma and abuse on boys and men. Utilizing multimedia channels, workshops, and events, they challenge stereotypes and promote mental health.

  • Mentorship Programs

    LAAF establishes mentorship programs to provide guidance and support for survivors. Collaborating with professionals, community leaders, and volunteers, they offer personalized mentorship and create a supportive network.

  • Docuseries

    LAAF conducts educational programs in schools to promote mental health, healthy relationships, and the prevention of gender-based violence. Providing resources and training for educators, we aim to create a safe and inclusive learning environment.

  • Media Activism

    LAAF leverages various media platforms to amplify their message and raise awareness about the challenges faced by survivors. Collaborating with influencers, media outlets, and social media campaigns allows them to reach a broader audience.

55E, Adebisi Omotola Close,off Ajose Adeogun,
Victoria Island, Lagos State

55E, Adebisi Omotola Close,off Ajose Adeogun, Victoria Island, Lagos State

55E, Adebisi Omotola Close,off Ajose Adeogun, Victoria Island, Lagos State