The KRP FEMA has a good community standing as our social platforms have brought together more than 500 influential community groups and individuals in economic, political, and health solution-driven eyeball engagements which have gained the attention of groups like the National Human Rights Commission, the Ministry of Women Affairs, the National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, the International Organization for Migration, media and Grand Cereals Limited among others.

We have existing structures and a proven track record of empowering especially women and youth since 2011 with start-up funds for micro-businesses while providing rehabilitation and re-integration psychosocial support to our 4,000 documented internally displaced persons from the North East and North Central taking refuge in Jos. We have indexed more than 300 credible but needy women and have already opened micro-business accounts for about 100 of them at Access Bank.

Our approach to humanitarian support runs mentorship programmes which provide dozens of volunteers the opportunity to build their capacities in development work and community service while reducing poverty, promoting peace and improving livelihoods