Facebook Backs Leading Mental Health NGO In Nigeria, She Writes Woman For 2020 Funded Accelerator

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She Writes Woman (SWW) Safe Place community has been selected for the 2020 Facebook Accelerator, a six-month program focused on helping impactful communities to grow. A total number of 77 communities across six regions have been selected to participate.

Up to $3 million total will be awarded to program participants globally. The selected participants will each receive up to $30k to execute their growth plans during the 6-month program and could be eligible to receive part of the $500K additional funding available at the end of the program to further grow their communities and impact

Safe Place Nigeria started as a first of its kind women-only support group initiated in October 2016. Hauwa Ojeifo, the Executive Director, created Safe Place Nigeria to provide a stigma and judgment-free space for young people to talk about mental health-related issues.

Facebook Backs Leading Mental Health NGO In Nigeria, She Writes Woman For 2020 Funded Accelerator - Brand Spur

It has become a community for young people to learn, feel connected, get support and feel a sense of belonging. Its 22,000+ members have benefitted from free telephone counselling, support groups and mental health resources.

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“She Writes Woman’s initiative, Safe Place Nigeria, is focused on building a dedicated online community for the growing number of mental health-conscious Nigerians, especially now with restrictions in accessing physical spaces While we have directly supported over 900 beneficiaries in the last 2 years, this Accelerator offers us an unprecedented opportunity to scale access to mental healthcare, self-care tools and wellness resources”, said the Hauwa Ojeifo, Executive Director of She Writes Woman.

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This is a six-month program aimed at helping these community leaders quickly and strategically achieve their growth goals.

The Community Accelerator provides training, support and funding to enable great communities to make an even greater positive impact in the world.

It is focused more specifically on communities that are already established, have a business model, and are looking to grow their community through Facebook’s family of apps.

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