The QCOGA Parent Body was invited to attend the International Women’s Society (IWS) 60th Anniversary and November Gala which is held annually to raise funds for their various projects and to encourage women to join to work for the advancement of women and children in Nigeria.
- Day Nursery in Yaba aims to dramatically improve the academic ability of toddlers by giving them a head start in their education.
- Skills Acquisition Centre, Lekki where women train in the art of sewing, Catering, Hair Dressing etc.
- LUTH Library Centre provides succor to hospital patients and provides entertainment, by way of reading materials such as a selection of books, magazines, and newspapers.
- Widows Trust Fund ensures widows who have been treated abominably by their husband’s families and society, are empowered to build a future for themselves and their children.
- Scholarship Committee was set up to provide educational, moral and financial assistance to deserving girls in secondary schools.
The International Women’s Society was started in 1957 in Lagos by a group of International public-spirited women. It was founded to work for the advancement of women of all races and to encourage and develop the common interests of women.