International Women Society

We Support WOMEN AND CHILDREN TO REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL

IWS PROJECT

WHAT WE DO

The projects for which the International Women’s Society is well known for are Day Nursery in Yaba,  Special Project Centre, in Lekki, where women train in the art of sewing, Catering, Hair Dressing etc., Library service provided for the patients of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital,  Widows Trust Fund, for widows to start a business, as well as  Scholarship Scheme for girls in both Primary and Secondary School, Home for abandoned children at Ijebu-Ode Ogun State.

What We Care For!

Our Scholarship committee is proud to have supported a countless number of children through their education

The Skills Acquisition Centre was set up in 1999 by Dame Marie Fatayi-Williams  as a centre to rehabilitate the children for gainful employment.

Established by Mrs. Ijeoma Asala in 1998, the Widows Trust Fund ensures widows empowered to build a future for themselves and their children.

In 2010 we decided to set up a home for abandoned babies and children in Ijebu, Ogun State to meet the basic needs of orphaned and abandoned children in the state. 

Built in 1961 and situated in Yaba the Day Nursery aims to dramatically improve the academic ability of toddlers by giving them a head start in their education

The LUTH Library was set up in 1968 out of the need to provide succor to hospital patients and provide entertainment, by way of reading materials such as a selection of books, magazines and newspapers.