National Association of Ijaw Female Students
Educate the women, build the nation
Recent Events (Photo Gallery)
NAIFS is an association of all Ijaw female students in tertiary institutions in Nigeria and diaspora. It was founded by Comrade Joseph Evah (coordinator Ijaw Monitoring Group and former Publicity Secretary, Ijaw National Congress) and is one of the grassroots movements under the IMG umbrella.
The group seeks to provide a unified identity for young Ijaw women who have migrated to various universities and schools across the country and world. By fostering the leadership potential of the young women of the Ijaw nation, NAIFS provides both a voice for their concerns and allows the opportunity for them to give back to their own communities.
NAIFS is a counter-force to the insecurity and underdevelopment of Ijawland today and seeks to promote unity and peace in a torn nation.
Aims and Objectives
To encourage the spirit of unity, understanding, and cooperation among members.
To join in the development of our homeland and provide and partner in the governments development efforts wherever possible.
To foster the spirit of sisterhood among members by rendering moral and financial assistance to each other.
To promote the socio-cultural heritage of the Ijaw people in Nigeria.
To protect and promote the image of NAIFS as a noble organization and community contributor.
To organize periodic seminars, campaigns, and workshops to educate other young women and children.
To encourage healthy behavior in young women and to fight against problems like illiteracy, prostitution, HIV/AIDS, unemployment, poverty, teen pregnancy, etc.
To make excellent education a reality for all young women and children of the Ijaw nation.
To bring progress and positive influences to all areas of the Ijaw nation.
- Akwa-Cross People Forum
- Ijaw Communities Leadership Forum
- Ijaw Nation's Cup Competition Board (Community Participation Tournament)
- Ijaw Women Leadership Forum
- Ijaw Women Professionals
- Ijaw Women Vanguard
- Ijaw Youth Development Association (IYDA)
- Izon Ebilade Ogbo
- National Association of Ijaw Female Students
- Ndokwa Youth Solidarity Front
- Ndowka Youth Solidarity Forum
- Niger Delta Blind Students Association (NDBSA)
- Niger Delta Hall of Fame
- Niger Delta Professionals
- Niger Delta Unity Cup Football Competition
- Niger Delta Widows Association
- South-South Women Organisation (SSWO)
- Tuku Evah Educational Foundation
- Urhobo Isoko Youth Network
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Photo gallery of recent activities
- 2011 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF IJAW FEMALE STUDENTS CONVENTION
- Awolowo Birthday in Lagos
- Blind Students
- Comrade Joseph Evah
- COMRADE JOSEPH EVAH'S HUMANITARIAN SERVICE TO HIS COMMUNITY
- Condemning the Killing of Youth Corpers in Nigeria During the Presidential Election
- Food Items for Xmas and New Year Celebration
- Gani Fawehinmi, Tribute to a hero!
- GOODLUCK JONATHAN 2011 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
- HOW MOTHER OF YORUBA NATION MAMA AWOLOWO ENDORSED GOODLUCK JONATHAN
- Ijaw Women Leadership Forum
- IMG Actions
- IMG Opinion poll
- IWLF Second Executive Council
- IZON Ebilade Ogbo
- June 12 Remembrance
- NAIFS 2009 Convention
- NAIFS Convention 2011 Beach Party
- NAIFS VALENTINE LAGOS BEACH
- NAIFS visit Silverbird Group Lagos
- NIGER DELTA BLIND STUDENTS ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES 2011
- Niger Delta People's Forum Xmas Party
- Niger Delta Unity Cup
- Nigeria at 50
- Pillar of Niger Delta - Alhaji Lateef Jakande
- Reception for Dr. Emmanuel Oduaghan, organised by IMG
- South-South Women
- Special Projects
- Tribute to Late Chief Pa Enahoro
- Tuku Evah Foundation
- Urhobo-Isoko Youth Network
- Yearly De-worming Exercise