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We envision a society where Poverty is reduced Education and Health needs are addressed and accessible.
To promote peaceful coexistence, health care, educational needs and econmomic empowerment of vulnerable groups through advocacy, research, capacity building and partnership towards a develop society.
To empower women and girls and other vulnerable groups in educational and skill development for sociatal Growth .
The Islamic Counselling Initiatives of Nigeria (ICIN) is a Non-Governmental and non-profit organization based in Jos, Plateau State. ICIN was established in 2006, Registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in 2008, and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in 2015. ICIN has, since in its inception, been working alongside various ethnic group, communities, state and non-state institutions and corporate organizations. Our work is mainly in the areas of security and good governance, humanitarian response, girl child education, health initiatives, capacity building and youth empowerment scheme. We also partner with other civil society organization (CSOs) and the Plateau State Government
ICIN OBJECTIVES ARE:
> To enhance the skills of the vulnerable groups through advocacy, trainings in economic, peace education and personal development.
> To promote career guidance and decision-making among young girls and women.
>To promote gender, good governance, health education and HIV/AIDS mitigation and control.
>To network with local and international organizations that share similar objectives.
> To enhance good relationships among all citizens, and to imbibe good communication skills for development.
>To have broader societal participation in and oversight of conflict management mechanisms at state and local levels.
> Strong mobilisation strength in the grassroots.
> Networking with local, state and regional organisations
> Mainstream gender in all its activities
> Ability to adopt innovative skills to achieve its goal.
> Has a network of volunteers in communities.
> Effective documentation in its work
> Adoption of professionalism as an organisation
> Meeting deadlines
> Research and data analysis
here are the pictures and information of our Board of Trustees.
1. Community Peace Partnership (CPP)
2. Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN)
3. Civil Society Alliance and Coalition for Education for All (CSACAFA)
4. Country Women Association of Nigeria (COWAN)
5. Center for Peace Advancement in Nigeria
6. Christian Women for Excellence and Empowerment in Nigerian Society
7. Center for Human Dialogue
8. Damietta Peace Initiatives
9. Daily Trust Newspaper
10. Dialogue and reconciliation Center
11. Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria
12. German Internationale GIZ
13. Grand Cereals Oils and Mills
14. Institute of Government and Social Research
15. Plateau Peace Practioners Network(PPPN)
16. Inclusive Friends
17. Jamma'tul Nasril Islam (JNI), Plateau State
18. Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development, Plateau state
19. Ministry of Education, Plateau State
20. Ministry of Justice
21. Ministry of Information and communication, Plateau State
22. Nigeria Stability and reconciliation Programme
23. Nasco Group
24. National Directorate of Employment
25. Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps
26. Nigerian Police Force
27. Plateau Peace Building Agency
28. Nigerian Television Authority NTA Jos
29. Operation Rainbow Plateau State
30. Operation Safe Haven 31. Plateau Peace Practitioners Network
32. Plateau Aids Control Agency (PLACA)
33. Plateau Radio and Television Corporation (PRTVC)
34. Social Justice for Human Development for Peace Initiative
35. Sofia Foundation
36. Silver Rhythm FM
37. National COuncil of Muslim Youth Organization
38. State Security Services
39. The Standard newspaper
40. Justice Peace and reconciliation Movement
41. The Blueprint Newspaper
42. Unity 93.3 FM
43. Women Initiative for Social and Community Development
44. Women Peace and Security Network
45. Ministry of Water resource and Energy, Plateau state
46. Jos Stakeholders Center for Peace
47. African Women Development Fund
48. Coalition for Religious Equality and Inclusive Development
Thank you for your partronage and support