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ICT Training for CSOs in Niger Delta
ICT Training for CSOs in Niger Delta
Control of Cervical Cancer in Nigeria Through Robust Advocacy
Control of Cervical Cancer in Nigeria Through Robust Advocacy
Implementation of Shell Sustainable Livelihood Development
Implementation of Shell Sustainable Livelihood Development
Bilagorogbene Mein Cluster Development Foundation
Bilagorogbene Mein Cluster Development Foundation
Development of the Nigeria Health Sector
Development of the Nigeria Health Sector
Ministerial Conference on Immunization in Africa
Ministerial Conference on Immunization in Africa
Settling of Dispute Between Cattle Herders and Farmers Crises
Settling of Dispute Between Cattle Herders and Farmers Crises
Raising Awareness on Cancer Issues
Raising Awareness on Cancer Issues
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Tonye Titus
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Tonye Titus
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Ayas Council
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Ayas Council
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Rebecca Ogbe
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Rebecca Ogbe
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Abbey Ebiere
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Abbey Ebiere
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Pere Asamawei
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Pere Asamawei
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Oyas Vera Agbere
Presidential Amnesty Programme Beneficiary - Oyas Vera Agbere
Reducing The Impact Of Violence Against Women And Girls
Reducing The Impact Of Violence Against Women And Girls

PINDFOUNDATION with ICD has organised a capable training on ICT/SOCIAL MEDIA for CSOs in Niger Delta region of Nigeria.

ICD and other local and international partners, planning how to control and reduce cervical cancer in Nigeria through robust advocacy, awareness creation, early testing for detection and administering of cervical cancer vaccines on Nigerians. Partnership for Eradication of Cancer in Africa (PECA) joined other Stakeholders including the Federal Ministry of Health and WHO to cost the Nigerian Cervical Cancer Control Plan (April 26-28,2016) in Abuja.

ICD have been tasked with the responsibility for engagement on SPDC GMoU program implementation planning, sustainable livelihood assessment and 5 years community plan development.

ICD was represented by Mrs. Nneka Nwankwo, Engr. Fieva Eghove and Mr. Festus Ogbalor during 'Bilagorogbene Mein Cluster Development Foundation' CDB meeting in Yenagoa.

Initiative for Community Development represented and the GHESA Ingenierai Y. Tecnologia of Spain recently met in Calabar on collaboration to enhance social investments in the The Health Sector.

CEO of Initiative for Community Development (ICD) was at the Ministerial Conference on Immunization in Africa,held in Addis Ababa from February 24-25 2016.

ICD team (Andrew Agboro & Festus Ogbalor) with visiting PIND Foundation project officer (Dr. David Udofia) during a consultative called at the secretary to Miyyetti Allah association in Delta state & SA to Delta state governor on hausa/fulani/farmers matters (Alh. Muktar Usman) in Asaba to assess the problems of incessant cattle herders and farmers crises and on how we can find a workable model of peaceful coexistence or manage the crisis to reduce casualties on both sides to its barest minimum earlier this week.

PECA and Breast witout Spot Raising awareness on cancer issues during the cancer week 2015. Some Sights and Sounds of PECA during World Cancer Celebrations in Nigeria February 4, 2016 with Dr Ramatu Hassan National Coordinator National Cancer Coordinating Secretariat Federal Ministry of Health and other Cancer Advocates during World Cancer Day Celebrations February 4 2016 in Abuja Nigeria.

27yrs old Miss Tonye Titus, a beneficiary of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, hails from Foropah community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

She expressed her gratitude to the federal government for establishing a saloon for her as part of the on-going re-integration process of Ex-agitators in the Niger Delta region into civil life.

Receiving a six-man verification team from the Presidential Amnesty Programme Abuja, in her shop at Swali community in Yenagoa Local Government Area on Friday, she reiterated her joy on behalf of her colleagues who have benefited from the programme.

Leader of the verification team, Miss Shirley Wright expressed satisfaction with the zeal with which she is plying her trade.

37yrs old Ayas Council from Ikolo Community in Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, is happy that Presidential Amnesty Programme has empowered him by setting up a Building Materials shop for him along Accountant-General Road, Akenfa in Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

He told a visiting verification team from Abuja that he was happy for what the Federal Government has done for him.

Mrs Rebecca Ogbe, from Tamgbene community in Ekeremor Local Government Area of Bayelsa State says she is grateful to the Federal Government for empowering her through the setting up a catering business out fit for her.

She is calling on the youths in the Niger Delta region to embrace peace and allow the Government to develop the area.

Madam Ogbe made the remark when a six-man verification team from the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Abuja visited her shop located at Opolo in Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State on Friday, as part of the on-going inspection across the Niger Delta states. States.

Team leader, Miss Shirley Wright said she was impressed with the performance of the beneficiary.

Mrs Abbey Ebiere Probin hails from Foropah community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. She is a beneficiary of the Presidential Amnesty Programme youth empowerment scheme in Bayelsa State.

The 38yrs old lady said her joy knows no bounds for what the federal government under the Presidential Amnesty Programme has done for her by establishing a catering business for her.

Mrs Probin stated this when she received a six-man verification team from the Presidential Amnesty Programme's office in Abuja on Friday.

28 years old Miss Pere Asamawei from Odi Community in Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, a beneficiary of the Presidential Amnesty Programme.

She is running a catering business in Kpansia Community in Yenagoa Local Government Area, courtesy of the Presidential Amnesty Programme through the Youth Empowerment Scheme.

Miss Asamawei told a six men verification team from the Presidential Amnesty Programme's office in Abuja that the empowerment scheme has put smiles on the faces of the Ex-agitators in the region.

Mrs Oyas Vera Agbere, from Opuama community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, is a beneficiary of the Presidential Amnesty Programme.

The 30yrs old lady who has been financially empowered to start her own hair dressing saloon at Akenfa II in Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, told the visiting verification team from Abuja that her gratitude goes to late President Shehu Musa Yara' Adua for approving amnesty for the ex-agitators .

According to her, with the on-going reintegration phase of the programme, hope has come alive in the minds of the youths.

Miss Shirley Wright Amnesty Inspection Team leader lauded her dedication to business.

Mrs. Oyas Vera Agbere is one of Everlink Telesat Network Ltd. Amnesty delegate mentee with technical assistance from Initiative for Community Development - ICD

Mrs Oyas Vera Agbere, from Opuama community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, is a beneficiary of the Presidential Amnesty Programme.

The 30yrs old lady who has been financially empowered to start her own hair dressing saloon at Akenfa II in Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, told the visiting verification team from Abuja that her gratitude goes to late President Shehu Musa Yara' Adua for approving amnesty for the ex-agitators .

According to her, with the on-going reintegration phase of the programme, hope has come alive in the minds of the youths.

Miss Shirley Wright, Team leader lauded her dedication to business.

The Initiative for Community Development - ICD has implemented stake holders' capacity building workshop on Reducing The Impact Of Violence Against Women And Girls, Increasing Participation Of Women In Institution Relevant To Peace Building And Training On: “Violence Against Persons Prohibition Act of 2015" in Aseh and Ibrede communities in Ndokwa east LGA, @Hotel De La Nice, Kwale In December, 2015.

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Warri Delta State, Nigeria.
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Port Harcourt Rivers State, Nigeria.
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