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helping the victims
of insurgency

...Giving meaning to meaningless lives

Joined together in the mission of charity
Our Mission is to Help those who need it! Change the life of those, who have no hope!
who we are
about us
We are duly registered with the corporate affairs commission and the Economic and Financial Crime Commission to practice within our set up aims and objectives contained in our constitution. Our foundation solely cares and supports the victims of insurgency in Nigeria.  we also collaborate to reduce the number of lives of children lost to malnutrition and disease in internally displaced people’s camp in the North Central State of Nigeria.

The CRC enumerates  articles protecting the social, political, cultural, and economic rights of children. Signatories have a responsibility to protect children’s rights, including the right to life, survival, and development, the right to an adequate standard of living the right to health care, the protection of the family unit, and the right to education.

The SAFE model of child protection draws from both human security and human rights frameworks to foster a more person- and rights-centered analysis for children affected by conflict. The CRC recognizes “the need to extend particular care to the child. Guided by the principles of nondiscrimination, the best interests of the child, survival and development, and participation and inclusion.

Children safety
The past few decades have seen a shift in the conceptualization and implementation of security and child protection toward a more holistic, person-centered approach that recognizes the interrelated nature of child rights and the individual, relational, communal, and structural societal systems required to actualize them. With the evolution of international conflict, significant vulnerabilities have been identified in the traditional approach to ensuring the security and protection of children. The field requires adaptation to meet the emerging understanding of contributing factors to peace, security, and child well-being.
Rescue and Transportation of Victims
resettlement and relocation
In Nigeria, authorities have embarked on an aggressive program of relocating civilians uprooted by more than a decade of conflict between the state and herdsmen/Bandits/terrorist insurgencies. They have closed most camps where displaced people lived in the state capital, often causing them to move to unsafe areas. 

In line with the government policy Help Foundation for Victims of Insurgency and Natural Disaster is providing shelters suitable for the relocation of victims

The government agenda for the resettlement and return of internally displaced people (IDPs) in the North-central is fraught with risk. A portion of those displaced by fighting involving bandits militants have already resettled, but some 2.5 million remain uprooted from their homes, with 1.8 million of them in north-central.

  • Over the past two years, the federal government has tried to turn the page on the conflict by accelerating IDP relocation efforts. With federal support, closing IDP camps and bringing home refugees who fled to neighbouring states to escape conflict. 

  • Bandits/Terrorist groups operate near the sites to which some IDPs are being moved, often involuntarily. Lacking security, public services and cash, these people may feel impelled to engage economically with the insurgents. For the sake of both those at immediate peril and state security, authorities should suspend camp closures and focus on getting IDPs the support they need.  

This program aims to afford these victims the opportunity of total change and a fresh start, alongside other factors that could help them heal and thrive in new surroundings. While nothing is guaranteed, even with the advantage of change, some of these factors included in relocation programs are steady finances, therapy, schooling/job opportunities, new environment, a fresh start, [sometimes] a new identity and other factors that come with change.

Collection of Internally Displaced Persons Data
Education help
The situation of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) is an abnormal and temporary state that must be resolved either by return, integration in the host country or resettlement in a third country. A decision on which course to take should be a matter of priority. Pending such decision, educational provision must be made for each eventuality.

For refugees and IDPs education is a basic essential, as also, depending on age, are further education and vocational training. What is at stake is the preparation of such persons for life, for employment and for democratic citizenship. This is relevant for all persons in that position. It is made more difficult and onerous by delay in the decision on whether to return or stay.