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Jireh Doo Foundation was founded in 2003 and became operational in the same year
Our uniqueness lies in our interventions for the poor and excluded communities including services to single women and their children, orphans and vulnerable children with special considerations for those orphaned by HIV, Persons Living with HIV, displaced persons due to man-made or natural disaster/conflicts, Youth as well as advocating for favourable policies for these target groups.
We make a particular effort to nurture partnerships with public institutions, non-governmental organizations, and agencies towards improving the lives of women, children, young people and other marginalized populations through participation, service delivery, fundraising, capacity building and networking amongst others in the achievement of sustainable development.
Partnership for Ending Gender-Based Violence (PEG) Project
Partnership for Ending Gender-Based Violence (PEG) among host communities and IDPs in Borno state using an integrated approach. This project seeks to continue in efforts of providing survivor-centered and community-integrated GBV response to Internally Displaced Populations and members of camps in Dikwa local government areas of Borno within camps discovered to have high cases of GBV AND SGBV such as Fulatari.