Oluwaseun Osowobi, a rape survivor takes a stand against sexual violence with the creation of the S.T.E.R foundation. Stand to End Rape is a youth-led Not-For-Profit Organization advocating against sexual violence, providing prevention mechanisms and supporting survivors with psychosocial services.
The S.T.E.R platform uses social media heavily to carry out its enlightenment campaigns as well as providing initial support to victims. Over 250 victims have received medical, post-traumatic and legal aid as well as other empowerment assistance.
Osowobi is a graduate of Development Studies from Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria and holds a masters degree in International Relations with specialization in Gender Studies from Swansea University, United Kingdom. Since 2015, Osowobi has been a youth advisory group executive member with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and assumed the position of a project assistant with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Nigeria in January 2018. She is a 2017 Queens Young Leaders Award Highly-Commended Runner-Up and a 2015 fellow of the Vital Voices Women Lead Fellowship.
S.T.E.R Website: Stand To End Rape