To build a sustainable partnership with communities, governments, UN system, private sector and individuals in effectively providing mechanisms and resources to improve lives of the less privileged; combating Gender Based Violence, poverty, diseases, illiteracy, exploitation and abuse of child/women rights.that.
Child Protection and Peer Learning Initiative envisages a society where ever woman and child has a right to access and attain quality life and education by nurturing and successfully developing ethical and moral culture with dignity to contribute to nation building and global peace.
CPPLI is involved in the implementation of health and social welfare programmes such as immunization, crisis management, IDPs related activity i.e trauma healing, peace building, feeding, education and human capital development programmes through collaboration with sister organizations and governments.
CPPLI is situated in North Eastern Region of Nigeria which has been devastated by the terrorist activities of the ‘Boko Haram’ sect. at CPPLI, we strive to provide a strong functional mental health network which was not in existence, to provide psycho-support service to victims of Domestic Violence, rape, teenage pregnancy and abuse to prevent further damage and reduce the experienced trauma.
we believe that empowering women socially and financially is key to a holistic solution to society and family as it reduces violence against women reduce financial dependence, improve general productivity and limit their vulnerability. CPPLi engages in consistent and result-oriented women empowerment projects.
CPPLi is strives to improve access to basic health care facility availability in urban and rural areas, improve hygiene practices and compliance with immunization programmes. We focus on reducing maternal/infant mortality and morbidity, prevention and control of HIV transmission, preventable epidemics such as cholera, malaria fever, female genital mutilation and strengthening sexual/reproductive health. All these we hope to achieve through direct support, capacity building, training of CBO’s, awareness campaigns and interaction with the communities.
Child labour, begging, street hawking and out-of-school children are a major concern to CPPLi as they are globally viewed as forms of child abused based on the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (also called the ACRWC or Children's Charter) was adopted by the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) in 1990 (in 2001, the OAU legally became the African Union).It is also contained in United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (commonly abbreviated as the CRC, CROC, or UNCRC) to which Nigeria is a signatory. CPPLi focuses on protecting such rights of the child directly and by influencing care-givers, parents and guardians to protect such rights through motivation.
Meet our Great Team of members who have been working tirelessly to see that vulnerable Children and women gets the best of protection they need