UK Acknowledges the Impact of NSRP Intervention in Addressing VAWG

21st December 2017

The UK government has released a report detailing various cross-Government actions that it has undertaken to improve gender equality, tackle sexual violence in conflict, and protect vulnerable people in conflict zones from sexual exploitation and abuse. As expected this report featured copiously, the efforts of NSRP in domesticating the United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 […]

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40 Conflicts Prevented in Plateau – NGO

15th December 2017

PM News Nigeria – 14 July 2017 The Nigeria Security and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP), an NGO, says that it has prevented more than 40 incidences that would have resulted to conflicts in Plateau State since 2014. The Assistant Manager of the NGO, Mrs Priscilla Nkut, made the disclosure in Abuja on Friday. She attributed the […]

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UK Votes £38M to Deradicalise, Check Fake News in Nigeria

15th December 2017

Leadership Newspapers – 31 July 2017 Conflict Adviser of the Department for International Development (DFID) representative in Nigeria, Dr Joseph Ochogwu has disclosed that the UK government has committed over £38 million to support the government and people of Nigeria to end the threat posed by terrorists. Ochogwu who stated this in his welcome remark […]

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Thumbs up for Kano Peacebuilders

15th December 2017

The Guardian Newspapers – 17 July 2017 Malam Mudi Danladi, who hails from Kumbotso Local Council of Kano State, has contributed immensely to the peaceful coexistence among the citizenry in Kano State. As a member of the Community Partnership Peace Building Group (CPPG) charged with the responsibility of promoting peace in the local council, he […]

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Improving peace and security for women in areas affected by Boko Haram: lessons from Nigeria’s Stability and Reconciliation Programme

15th December 2017

By Dr Eleanor Nwadinobi Relief Web – 17 November 2017 Women and girls in Nigeria suffer sexual violence and exploitation at the hands of armed groups, vigilante and community self-help groups and the security forces. Their access to services, freedom of movement and physical security is curtailed, with women and girls afraid to go out […]

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