CEHRD continued with its Gender Based Civic and Citizenship Education in each of the 3 senatorial districts in Rivers State for members of Women in Governance Network (WIGN). The second training was held on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at Sam Royal Hotel, Ahoada, Rivers State for another 40 members of WIGN.The training built the confidence of the grassroot women, exposed them on their basic human rights and limitations and encouraged them to actively participate in politics. CEHRD’s has established a Mentorship programme for the members of WIGN to enable them fulfil their short and long term goals and contribute to the development of their communities and Rivers State. This is part of activities under the framework for inclusive self-reliance and equal rights in the Niger delta, a project supported by the embassy of the kingdom of the Netherlands, Abuja. The WIGN is a platform designed by CEHRD to bring together women in politics and promote their inclusion and participation in politics.