Jireh Doo Foundation (JDF) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), founded in Makurdi, Benue State in 2003 by Josephine Habba and became operational that same year.
The journey started with reaching out to the underserved in the Makurdi,
Benue State which included single mothers, their children, People Living with HIV/AIDS, Orphans, and Vulnerable Children, young people who had no direction, Displaced Persons due to natural and man-made causes, as well as advocating for policies that favored these target groups. The work JDF was doing was so impactful that other both National and International Nongovernmental organizations wanted to one level of partnership or the other.
WHAT WE DO
Third-Party Monitoring (TPM)
JDF implementing as independent monitors on the National Social Safety-Nets Project (NASSP) of the federal government, evaluating the integrity of the Social Register and project impact.
JDF entered into strategic partnerships with international and local Non-Governmental Organizations and Donors who have been working in support of the Government of Nigeria to provide lifesaving responses, rebuild resilience and restore dignity.
The humanitarian crisis in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe (BAY) states remains one of the most severe in the world today with the third-highest level of internal displacement in Africa. The security situation across BAY states continues to remain volatile and Borno in particular has been hit severely by consistent attacks in some of her LGAs.
Years of Experience