“PACIF Network’s Initiative In The United Kingdom” or “P.I.I.T.U.K.” continues with various programmatic activities including this ongoing campaign with Young Women’s Trust (YWT). YWT’s 2021-2022 impact report that’s specific to YWT’s ”Work It Out” program is detailed below. YWT’s free “Work It Out” service supports young women, especially those struggling to live on low or no pay, to build their skills and confidence, to find jobs, and to progress at work. “Work It Out” combines one to one coaching, and Curriculum Vitae (CV), and job application feedback from Human Resource (HR) professionals. Look to PACIF Network’s social media accounts and other public media for campaign efforts to assist YWT achieve their goals! Learn more about YWT!
PACIF NETWORK JULY 2021 NIGERIA CAMPAIGN OUTREACH PROGRAM REPORT
The July 2021 PACIF Network Nigeria campaign outreach was intended as a follow up outreach to past beneficiaries of the charity organization’s Initiative in Nigeria. A budget of ₦20,000 (NGN) was allocated to the cause and a plan was drawn up to set things in motion. The initial PACIF NETWORK outreach, which concluded in November 2020, had nine beneficiaries. However, not all initial beneficiaries were willing to provide their contact details during the original PACIF Network Initiative In Nigeria (P.I.I.N.) Campaign; this posed outreach difficulties during attempts to contact all initial beneficiaries for the follow up campaign (P.I.I.N.2 Campaign).
The July 2021 P.I.I.N.2 Campaign had five beneficiaries in total, four women in Lagos and one woman in Ijebu Ode. The program’s budget was split five ways which had each woman receive ₦4,000 (NGN). Due to a low count of initial beneficiaries reached, two new beneficiaries of P.I.I.N. were added by the PACIF Network Nigeria Programs Coordinator, Semilore Oyawoye. The two new beneficiaries, Mrs. Omobolanle Odewale and Miss Ruth, are model examples of the kinds of women that PACIF Network assists.
To document the P.I.I.N.2 Campaign process, Miss Zainab Osanyin, the charity organization’s Lagos State Correspondent recorded short clips of the beneficiaries and a P.I.I.N.2 Campaign Video was created in which each of the outreach beneficiaries in Lagos expressed thanks in their preferred and special ways to do so. The Ijebu Ode beneficiary, Miss Joseph Abosede, is not featured in the P.I.I.N.2 Campaign Video.
This report summarizes the events of the concluded P.I.I.N.2 Campaign.