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Lenten Campaign Flag-Off 2022

Several Activities of the Organisation in recent past

Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Prevention and Response Training Dutse Uku

Community Engagement For Good Governance Project

Jos Strategic Training for Pastors/Church Workers 2023

Activity on JDPC Committee formation at St. John's Pastoral Area Latiya Du, 18th May, 2023

Interactive forum for religious from different sect and denomenations taking place at Nasarawa LGA Kano State. This activity is part of the Community Initiative to Promote Peace (CIPP) funded by Mercy Corp

Capacity Strengthening for LEPRT Bassa/Jos North

Capacity Strengthening for LEPRT Jos East

Day 1 - AVP Workshop for Pengana Chiefdom

AVP Session at Kudeku Community Jos East LGA

Distribution of seedings for planting by the Animation and ResearchDepartment to the 3 women bodies; CWO, Zumuntan Mata and Confraternity of Christian Mothers of Archdiocese at CIC Zaramaganda

We also used the opportunity to create awareness on climate change, impacts and called for practical steps towards protecting mother earth. This is in response to the call of the Holy Father, in the Laudato Si.

Meeting with Chichi - A Guest from MCC

CiPP Refresher Training at Kasuwan Magani

ICS Midterm Evaluation in Kwall Community of Miango with CRS/CCFN Team

Cross Cultural Learning Guest Chichi from MCC (Philly, USA) with JDPC team Jos

Ongoing Registration for IDPs in Riyom LGA

With Sukanya Podder PH.D, FHEA-Reader in Post-War Reconstruction and Peacebuilding

The interaction was focused on Intergenerational Peacebuilding. Hence, we shared on our AVP, Peace Clubs and Pharos Observatoire approaches/methodologies.

Ongoing in Kachia-Interest Based Negotiation and Mediation (IBNM) Training for the CiPP Platform in Kaduna (Kajuru, Kasuwan Magani, Kachia and Gumel Communities) - FoRB Project

Day 2: FoRB Project for CiPP - Ongoingg; IBNM Training for religious leaders in Nasarawa, Kano.

In solidarity with the over 3000 households displaced in Mangu LGA of Pankshin Diocese, the Bishops of Plateau State, Most Rev. Matthew Ishaya Audu of Jos, Most Rev. Philip Davou Dun of Shendam and the host Bishop, Most Rev. Michael G. Gokum, visited the IDPs in Mangu town to encourage them in the present situation they found themselves.
In a compassionate solidarity, the Bishops provided and distributed relief materials to 100 most vulnerable households. These were mostly food items and some non-food items. May the Lord continue to bless them and restore peace in our land. Amen In continuous show of compassionate solidarity with the IDPs of Mangu local government area, the Bishop Most Rev. Michael G Gokum, JDPC Pankshin in Conjunction with JDPC Jos, with support from Mennonite Central Committee, visited and presented relief materials to another set of a 105 most vulnerable households. These included food and non-food items. If you will recall, many communities of Mangu were brutally attacked by assailants leading to the death of over 300 people and displacement of over 3000 households, who are currently taking refuge in different camps, mostly schools and places of worship in Mangu and other nearby communities. This show of solidarity will go a long way in alleviating the pain and hardship experienced by these numerous brothers and sisters of Mangu in Plateau State. May the Lord who is able to do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine, reward those who provided these relief materials and restore peace to our affected communities. Amen

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