Our Achievements

  • Established a strong, active and functional SGBV case management committee at Bauchi state level, consisting of 18 state and non-state actors such as; Ministry of Women Affairs, Police, NSCDC, National Human Rights Commission Bauchi, JNI, CAN, FOMWAN, NUJ, NAWOJ, Women 4 Women, AONN, Bauchi Human Rights Network, HEAL Disability Initiative, Bauchi Specialist Hospital, and ATBUTH Teaching Hospital.
  • Successfully advocated for the VAPP ACT and the passage in Bauchi State
  • Trained 20 Police DPOs drawn from 20 LGAs of Bauchi State on SGBV case follow up and Documentation.
  • Strengthened partnership with security agencies by creating all the DPOs platform including the Commissioner of Police actively participating.
  • Established a Psycho-social support clinic for SGBV survivors.
  • Carried SGBV sensitization in collaboration with FOMWAN to 20 LGA’s of Bauchi State
  • Secured 4 judgements on SGBV perpetrators in 2021.
  • Graduated 20 traumatized SGBV survivors out of Trauma through the Counseling Therapy Sessions of ASHHF in 2021.
  • 30 women VSLA groups shared the total of N37million in 2 LGAs of Bauchi State in 2021.
  • Established a strong and functional SGBV case management Committee in Bauchi State that led to the success of cases in court.
  • Established a strong and functional Counseling Therapy session for SGBV survivors in Bauchi that led to the healing of 20 survivors.
  • Successful distribution of school materials to 1, 668 pupils in the past 4 years in Alkaleri, Kirfi, Dass and Bauchi local government of Bauchi State. From January 2016 to date, we have distributed school materials to 300 pupils in Benue State, 165 in Bauchi State and 150 in Kaduna State, a total of 615.
  • We made tremendous progress from, 2012 – 2016, in establishing 4 peace clubs in schools and 5 youth peace clubs in 5 communities of Bauchi State; 5 peace clubs in 5 schools, 6 youth peace clubs in 6 communities of Benue State; 2 youth peace clubs in 2 communities of Kaduna State of Nigeria. Through the establishment of peace clubs in the states of focus, we have 1,087 members who have signed membership forms. We have at present, 898 active members, who are fully participating in peace activities, while 68 of them have been trained as community volunteers to monitor and report back the activities of the peace clubs. Some of the activities carried out by the peace clubs includes; (a) conflict resolution, (b) family mediation, (c) peace education through school visit on a monthly basis, (d) community peace monthly meetings.
  • The organization has successfully carried out peace seminar with other local organizations in Bauchi State, North east, knowing that one organization alone cannot make and advocate for peace, rather, a network of organizations can make the message of peace more effective. During which a target was set for member organizations to hold periodic meetings, executives were selected to oversee the activities of the network.
  • We have given scholarship to 2, 300 girls and 620 boys in the past 4 years in Bauchi state, up to secondary school.
  • Facilitate Psychosocial support training for IDPs and community volunteers with UNICEF and ECR USAID in Darazo, Alkaleri, Bauchi, Toro, Itas Gadau, Dambam, and Gamawa in Bauchi State; Yola in Adamawa State: Damaturu in Yobe State.
  • Community advocacy program on civic education in Durum, Bauchi, with support from CISLAC, Abuja.
  • Helped in the stoppage of at least 10 early marriages for young teenaged girls in Dass, Tafawa Balewa, Bauchi, Kirfi and Alkaleri local government areas.
  • Assist internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Kirfi and Otupko in Benue State with materials and food items.
  • Provided holistic school materials for 360 IDPs and 540 OVCs in Kirfi Local Government Area of Bauchi State.
  • Distributed free mosquito nets to 2,580 women and children in Alkaleri, Bauchi, Dass and Kirfi Local Government areas of Bauchi State in 2015 alone.
  • Enlightenment, sensitization and mobilization on human rights based practices to community leaders, local security and religious leaders in Bauchi metropolis.
  • Provided 8,000 IEC materials on Lassa fever to local governments in Bauchi State. (Alkaleri – 1,000; Bauchi – 5, 000; Dass – 1,000; and Kirfi – 1,000).
  • Assisted women and children, including IDPs, with pro-bono service through the hiring of lawyers, in the human rights department.