AFRICAN
REFUGEES AID

1. Find solutions to challenges
2. Develop process to recruit locally
3. Community development initiatives in Health, Education and Welfare
4. Possible ways to use Development Assistance Funds After Sales Support

OUR MISSION

To develop strategic and scientific approaches in tackling the root causes of direct & structured violence that result in the creation of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons. AREA is also involved in practical approaches to Refugee & IDP situations in Nigeria & Africa as whole.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

Our Facilitating Development initiative seeks to amongst other aims Find solutions to challenges, without a per-established influencing agenda, Develop a process whereby an ability to recruit local or locally experienced volunteers and staff, knowledgeable about specific community development initiatives in the Health, Education and Welfare spheres is apparent.

What we do

Our emphasis will focus on amongst other activities,

Capacity Development

Millions of people throughout Africa remain the victims of protracted crisis, limited resources, social exclusion and broken infrastructures, limiting their possibilities of achieving self reliance.

PUBLIC ADVOCACY

AHA’s breadth of experience, as well as local knowledge and expertise has led us to play an ever increasing role in global advocacy.

HEALTH CARE

Health is increasingly seen as a key aspect of human security, as diseases linked to poverty accelerate societal breakdown.

RELIEF AND RECOVERY

AHA provides multi-sectoral support in relief and recovery to vulnerable populations throughout Africa; predominantly working with victims of forgotten and protracted crisis.

HIV-AIDS PREVENTION

Fighting HIV/AIDS and other contagious disease is one of the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which aim to halve poverty and broadly improve welfare by the year 2015.

SGBV Prevention and Response

Sexual and other forms of gender-based violence (SGBV) can feature heavily in conflict and post-conflict settings, as well as in crisis-affected populations.

About Us

The evidence is now overwhelming that most of the binding constraints in development are about institutions and institutional change. At the various interlocking levels of the development process in developing nations, the prevailing institutions the formal and informal rules underpinning behavior undermine optimal use of the available financial and human resources. Institutions that might enable people to act decisively in their collective long-term interests are either missing or distorted.

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