Who we are
We are a team of change-makers who believe that every helping hand can create a better future for survivors of wars.
We started extending help to vulnerable children and women who were affected by the insurgency which began in Borno state, Nigeria, in 2009. This moment intensified when we found that there were many such vulnerable children, women, and households who needed help with food, shelter, and education. Our team expanded and we spread out into different parts of the BAY states to make sure we cover all possible areas and help as many children, women, and households as possible.
Our mission is to facilitate the provision of focused psychosocial support to at-risk children and women and support Unaccompanied & Separated Children (UASC) through tracing and family links.
We envision improving the living standard of vulnerable persons and communities through developmental and participatory initiatives to alleviate the suffering, pain, and affliction of vulnerable children and women, and other victims of conflicts.
Our numbers that speak
We are motivated by the number of lives we have impacted. It’s our joy to be growing and having more positive impacts on people’s lives day by day.