Sustaining Peace for Development

Experience has shown that communal, sectarian and religious crises do not only kill but destroys communities. It displaces people and turn house owners into Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and refugees dwelling in camps. The insurgency in the northeast and other parts of Nigeria has increased poverty level as well as fear, aggression, insecurity and tension. In addressing this problem, COFP Foundation advanced a range of activities that drives community development and gear towards alleviating poverty. More emphasis is placed on rebuilding lives of the vulnerable women and girls living in IDP/refugee Camps and also in the rural poor communities with the ultimate goal of helping them to help themselves out of abject poverty through vocational skills empowerment program.

COFP also concentrates on fostering the well-being of every Nigerian Child by fighting vigorously to end all forms of violence against children. By working together with our partners, we are more committed to building a better and safer world for children.

YOLDA Project

Drug addiction is one of the deadly ills affecting our society. Just like other diseases, it disrupts the normal, healthy functioning of the organs with serious harmful consequences. The effects of drug addiction are very severe. Unfortunately, drug addicts don’t realize how badly they can harm the community around them. Read more

Empowerment of Women and Girls in IDP Camps

The plight of women living in various Internally displaced people’s Camps in North East and Elsewhere in Nigeria and even beyond the boundaries of Nigeria has become very critical. Read more

Provision of Free Medical Services to Children in IDP Camps

COFP works to foster the welfare of every Nigerian Child by fighting vigorously to end all forms of violence against children. Together with Arigatou International, Global Network of Religions for Children and other partners, we are committed to building a better and safer world. Read more