Our approach is bottom-up and holistic, focusing on individual to community behaviour change as well as systematic change in policy and practice towards a more supportive environment for inclusive development.
TRAHI Nigeria provides legal support, advocacy and representation for sexual minority individuals who face discrimination, harassment or violence. TRAHI Nigeria also engages in social justice activism and campaigns to promote equality and acceptance of sexual minority people in Nigeria.
TRAHI Nigeria provides access to information and resources related to sexual and reproductive health, as well as support for individuals in the sexual minority community who are seeking healthcare services. We also advocate for the recognition of the sexual and reproductive rights of sexual minority individuals in Nigeria.
TRAHI Nigeria provides training and capacity building programs to empower members of the sexual minority community with the skills and knowledge they need to advocate for their rights and improve their lives. We also provide opportunities for members of the community to volunteer and get involved in the work of the organization.
TRAHI Nigeria provides mental health services and psychological support to sexual minority individuals who may face challenges related to their sexual orientation or gender identity. We also advocate for the recognition of the mental health needs of sexual minority individuals in Nigeria.
TRAHI Nigeria conducts research and data collection to better understand the needs and experiences of sexual minority people in Nigeria. This research is used to inform the organization's advocacy and policy work, which aims to influence government policies and laws to protect the rights of sexual minority individuals.
TRAHI Nigeria engages in media campaigns and community organizing efforts to promote awareness and acceptance of the sexual minority community in Nigeria. These efforts aim to challenge harmful stereotypes and prejudices, and promote a more inclusive and accepting society for sexual minority individuals in Nigeria.