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Our Members

Centre for Corrections and Human Development

The Centre for Corrections and Human Development (CCHD) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental, humanitarian organisation for the development and transformation of young persons, social deviants and the less privileged. The centre works with individuals and occupants of correctional facilities and works to rehabilitate and reorient such persons through correctional programmes, skill acquisition and personal development programmes, trainings and workshops, and overall rehabilitation. Find out more about the Centre for Corrections and Human Development on their website

Project for Human Development

Project for Human Development (PHD) is a non-governmental organisation geared towards the education and development of youths, with the aim of promoting ethics that uphold the dignity of labour and the human person, as well as the rights and freedoms of women and children. Founded in 1999, it has built a track record of successful HIV/AIDS prevention awareness and advocacy, promoting the risk-avoidant strategies of abstinence and fidelity over alternative “safe sex” practices. To learn more about Project for Human Development, click here to visit their Facebook page.

Doctors' Health Initiative

The Association of Concerned Mothers (ASCOM) which is a registered non- profit and non - governmental organisation that promotes family values and family enrichment programmes has written in a memo sent to the House of Assembly its growing concern to the unwholesome and dangerous ideology called Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) which is being promoted by multiple United Nations representatives and government bodies in Nigeria.

Happy Home Foundation

Happy Home Foundation (HHF) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation committed to the protection of the family, women, children and youth. Founded in Enugu in 2006, HHF works to defend the dignity of the human person, the health of the family, the welfare of women and children, and the empowerment of women, youths, and other disadvantaged persons. The foundation aims to achieve these goals through education and empowerment programmes, good governance, public policy and legislation advocacy, and humanitarian/outreach programmes.

Association of Concerned Mothers (ASCOM)

The Association of Concerned Mothers (ASCOM) is a non-governmental, civil society organisation comprising mothers and other allies, committed to the protection of children from dangerous modern ideologies and harmful educational and political policies. ASCOM has a track record of successfully pushing back against undesirable changes to the curriculum such as the removal of Religious Studies and the inclusion of the insidious Comprehensive Sexuality Education, through conferences and petitions against the government of the day.

Islamic Education Trust (IET)

Islamic Education Trust (IET) is a non-governmental, charitable organisation with its headquarters in Minna, Niger State. Established in 1969, it was founded with the aim of successfully merging the modern school curriculum with Islamic perspectives in the promotion of sound, quality education. Since its inception, IET has gone on to expand its operations beyond education and literacy into welfare activities for the less privileged. Through its Da’wah Institute, IET conducts awareness programmes for self-improvement, and provides inter-faith dialogue trainings towards the promotion of peaceful co-existence among people with different belief systems.

Association of Catholic Medical Practitioners of Nigeria (ACMPN)

The Association of Catholic Medical Practitioners of Nigeria (ACMPN), a national body comprising all medical practitioners of the Catholic faith across the country, is a guild formed to enable Catholic medical practitioners navigate the medical industry effectively without compromising their faith, especially at the points of ethical conflict between secular medical practices and the Catholic faith. They address ethical issues such as assisted reproduction, contraception, abortion and euthanasia among others.

Islamic Medical Association of Nigeria (IMAN)

The Islamic Medical Association of Nigeria (IMAN) is a national body comprising all Nigerian Muslim healthcare professionals as its core members, and other associate and honorary members. It was founded in 1989 with the aim of, among other things, uniting Muslim healthcare professionals across the federation and fostering the union of Islamic values with mainstream medical practices. Over the years, IMAN has actively weighed in on the discourse around Islamic perspectives on topical health issues through their annual conferences, while engaging in humanitarian activities with their occasional provision of free medical and relief services.

Nigerian Association for Women’s Advancement (NAWA)

Nigerian Association for Women’s Advancement (NAWA) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation which seeks to empower girls and women. NAWA aims to achieve their goals through the provision of a broad education for young girls which equips them with life skills and work ethics that would enable them stand at par with their counterparts anywhere in the world. NAWA also runs various other projects that foster skill acquisition for disadvantaged girls and women, bearing in mind that the education and empowerment of the woman or girl-child is an asset to the family, and the society as a whole.

National Association of Catholic Lawyers (NACL)

The National Association of Catholic Lawyers (NACL) is a national body comprising Lawyers of the Catholic faith across the country. The association was formed with the aim of uniting Catholic lawyers in a body committed to their spiritual and professional development with the members in turn, lending their abilities to the service of the Church and society at large. Their activities include, among others, Pro Bono litigation and provision of legal aid to prisoners and other needy persons, and defence of the Catholic faith.

Sympathy Worldwide Foundation (SWWF)

Sympathy Worldwide Foundation (SWWF) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation in the fight against human trafficking and sex slavery/prostitution. Founded in 2003, it has actively sought to protect the dignity of the human person through rehabilitation and empowerment programmes for trafficked persons and sex-workers, as well as awareness and sensitisation programmes towards the abolition of slavery in all its forms.

Good Parenting and Youth Empowerment Initiative (GPAYE)

Good Parenting and Youth Empowerment Initiative (GPAYE) is a non-governmental organisation set up to foster good parenting practices and encourage the development of youths in a bid to counter the corrosion of healthy personal, family and societal values. They work towards this aim by organising enriching family-oriented talks and retreats.

Islamic Platform Society of Nigeria (IPSN)

The Islamic Platform Society of Nigeria (IPSN) is a Muslim Da’wah organisation created for the purpose of sharing the knowledge and understanding of Allah with Muslims and non-Muslims alike. They work towards this goal through the organisation of monthly and annual public lectures on the understanding and application of Islamic principles in everyday life.