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Nov 27, 2017

NEEDCSI receives "Best Planning & Education Award

On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, the International Association of Research Scholars and Administrators (IARSA), under the leadership of Professor Akin Ogunsakin Bosede, honoured and conferred on New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation the BEST PLANNING AND EDUCATION LEADERSHIP OF THE YEAR AWARD. This Award was presented during the 1st Annual International Conference on Education, Research and Technology Development, held at the Grand Ibro Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria, from November 7-8, 2017. The Award was presented according to the International Association of Research Scholars and Administrators (IARSA), in recognition of our modest efforts in “HELPING YOUNG PEOPLE TO COMMIT THEMSELVES TO EDUCATION AND CONCRETE GOALS”

 

The International Association of Research Scholars and Administrators (IARSA) is a organisation primarily comprised of college and university professors who teach and research in the field of education utilising one or more of the liberal arts disciplines of philosophy, history, politics, sociology, anthropology, or economics as well as comparative/international and cultural studies. (http://iarsa.org/iarsa/)

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Aug 28, 2017

NEEDCSI Conducts Youth Empowerment Training

As Part of its implementation of the “Strengthening Citizens Against Radicalization Through Leadership and Re-integration Training in Northern Nigeria”- (Project SCARLIT), with support from the Global Center on Cooperative Security, New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation’s Youth and Peace Education Team, conducted Youth Empowerment activities through Peer Education in Secondary School students in Jos North and Jos South of Plateau State, Nigeria.  Over 200 Peer Educators were trained by 8 Master Trainers in the following schools:

  1. Government Secondary School, Kufang
  2. Government Secondary School, Chulyap
  3. Government Secondary School, Kabong
  4. First Baptist High School, Bukuru

To support and sustain Peer Educator activities in the schools targeted, Peace Education Clubs were then established and supported with tools and resources. The Peace Education Clubs meet weekly in their schools to discuss peace initiatives and the building of coalitions for peacebuilding and violence prevention. A total of 1096 students have been fully and actively engaged through the Peace Education Clubs (PECs)

The goal of Project SCARLIT is to prevent the radicalization of youth by strengthening the capacity of local citizens and community organizations through base-level psycho-social training and tools that foster peace and dialogue engagement to support successful rehabilitation and reintegration.

Jun 5, 2017

NEEDCSI Advocacy Teams visits Parliament

As part of its “Strengthening Citizens Against Radicalization Through Leadership and Re-integration Training in Northern Nigeria”- (Project SCARLIT), the NEEDCSI Advocacy and Stakeholder Mobilization Team of New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation, has continued on its Advocacy and Community Engagement visits to various stakeholders in Plateau State. The Team was recently hosted by the Speaker of the Plateau State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Peter Azi, at his Office at the Plateau State House of Assembly Complex.

The NEEDCSI Advocacy and Stakeholder Mobilization Team also visited and engaged in very fruitful deliberations with the Management and Staff of the Nigeria Television Authority, NTA, Zonal Network Center, Jos. Also visited was the Commander of Special Military Task Force- Operation Safe Haven, at their Office in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria, Major General Nicholas-

The goal of this project, funded by the Global Center on Cooperative Security is, to prevent the radicalization of youth by strengthening the capacity of local citizens and community organizations through base-level psycho-social training and tools that foster peace and dialogue engagement to support successful rehabilitation and reintegration.

 
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