Report of SDG5 (Gender Equality) meeting held on 11th May 2022 at International Exhibition Centre, Landmark University.
|Dr. O.A. Akanmode
|Dr. A.S. Sajuyigbe
|Mrs Harry Lydia Ineba
|The meeting started by 2.35pm with an opening prayer by Dr. A.S Sajuyigbe. Agenda of the meeting: 1. Briefing on International Women’s Day on 8th March 2022 2. Proposal of empowerment training for the vulnerable ones 3. Proposal for LMU Childcare centre
|Briefing on International Women’s Day on 8th March 2022
|Dr. O.A. Akanmode briefed the meeting on the great success of the International Women’s Day which held on March 8th, 2022. She said that the SDG collaborated with the committee set up by the school to organise presentations by a few students during the Chapel service and workshop held at the International Exhibition Centre for women faculty and staff.
|Proposal of empowerment training for the vulnerable ones
|In a bid to sustain LMU’s current world ranking status, the management has mandated the SDGs coordinators and secretaries to actively engage in activities to showcase the impact and achievement of the SDGs. In light of this development, and to foster community impact by the SDG, the meeting proposed an empowerment training for the vulnerable in and around Omu Aran.
|Modality coordination at the next meeting
|Proposal for LMU Childcare centre
|An LMU Child Care Center was also proposed at the meeting, in line with the expectation of a World class institution.
|To contact management or co-operatives to establish an LMU day care center
|The meeting adjourned at 3.35pm with a closing prayer said by Barrister Harry Ineba.
|The date of the next meeting shall be communicated
Dr. O.A. Akanmode Dr. A.S. Sajuyigbe