Mar 11, 2021

NEEDCSI MAKES LIST OF T0P 20 CHARITIES IN NIGERIA

Charities and non-profit organizations play an integral role for supporting underserved members of society in any country. Nigeria is the most populated country in Africa and receives a considerable amount of aid due to the significant inequality of wealth. MoneyTransfers.com, an international comparison platform that helps consumers instantly find the best exchange rate ahead of making their international money transfers, recently asked its users to nominate the best charities in Nigeria. New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation was chosen by thousands of users of the Platform, among the top 20 Charities in Nigeria.

New Era Educational and Charitable Foundation fosters youth leadership development that promotes pluralism and rejects corruption. We build cross-cultural teams of young women and men with skills to emerge from dysfunctional families, and for some, drug-influenced lives on the streets, to become peer-leaders and agents of peace capable of helping themselves, of shaping a positive and sustainable society that rejects violence, and who insist on communicating excellence and unbridled compassion for all. We work with the youth to develop: 1) a sense of belonging to a common and interconnected humanity; 2) dignity for all people; 3) dedication to preserving the natural environment; and 4) a strong social service ethic. 

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Mar 11, 2021

NEEDCSI MAKES LIST OF T0P 20 CHARITIES IN NIGERIA

Charities and non-profit organizations play an integral role for supporting underserved members of society in any country. Nigeria is the most populated country in Africa and receives a considerable amount of aid due to the significant inequality of wealth. MoneyTransfers.com, an international comparison platform that helps consumers instantly find the best exchange rate ahead of making their international money transfers, recently asked its users to nominate the best charities in Nigeria. New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation was chosen by thousands of users of the Platform, among the top 20 Charities in Nigeria.

New Era Educational and Charitable Foundation fosters youth leadership development that promotes pluralism and rejects corruption. We build cross-cultural teams of young women and men with skills to emerge from dysfunctional families, and for some, drug-influenced lives on the streets, to become peer-leaders and agents of peace capable of helping themselves, of shaping a positive and sustainable society that rejects violence, and who insist on communicating excellence and unbridled compassion for all. We work with the youth to develop: 1) a sense of belonging to a common and interconnected humanity; 2) dignity for all people; 3) dedication to preserving the natural environment; and 4) a strong social service ethic. 

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Oct 26, 2020

NEEDCSI Commences P/CVE Skills Training Phase 3

New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation (NEEDCSI) has commenced the implementation of the phase 3 of the P/CVE Skills Training in Nigeria. The strategic goal of the project was to prevent the radicalization of youth by strengthening the capacity of local citizens and community organizations through base-level psychosocial training and tools that foster peace and dialogue engagement to support successful rehabilitation and reintegration. Typically during conflicts the response from security and humanitarian entities is either emergency assistance which is immediate, or development aid which takes a significantly longer time to realize. Too often services that are needed that lie in between the two response options do not exist. Programming bridges are needed to sustain and promote the empowerment of the individual and community as they move from emergency crisis to long-term sustainability.

The training is designed to build capacity in the space between emergency and development. The Project has as a core component to provide capacity-building support to strengthen the efforts of local CSOs in Bauchi State, Nigeria, in providing rehabilitation and reintegration support to IDPs, as well as supporting CSOs in their preventing violent extremism (PVE) efforts. The capacity-building training is designed to provide local service providers with tools to assess trauma (not as clinicians, but as community workers supporting individual and community assets) along with strategies designed to build individual and community resiliency.

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