Welcome to Restoration of Hope Initiative

Restoration of Hope Initiative (ROHI) is a National Non-Governmental Organization that has spent over 5 years engaging extensively with conflict affected communities in North Eastern Nigeria and the issues affecting them.



Providing access to qualitative,
inclusive and Protective education...


Early Recovery and

We restore communities and
build up livelihood activities...


Child Protection

Protecting the right of children...



We provide access to safe water and a clean environment...


Core Values

Team Work



Mutual Understanding

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Upcoming Events

The International day of Education *

  • 25th January, 2022

The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 24 January as International Day of Education in celebration of the role of education for peace and development. Without inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong opportunities for all, communities will not succeed in achieving gender equality and breaking the cycle of poverty that is leaving millions of children, youth and adults behind. At ROHI, education is the core of our programs, it is our biggest mandate. We are looking to power education by stepping up collaboration and solidarity to place education and lifelong learning at the centre of the recovery.

The International day of epidemic preparedness*

  • 27th December 2021

This day is set to educate the general public on issues of epidemic concerns, to mobilize political will and resources to address preparedness, and to celebrate and reinforce achievements of humanity. ROHI has been carrying out WASH sensitization in camps and communities of our intervention to cut down on cases/spread of epidemic diseases. It is important to strengthen epidemic prevention by applying lessons learnt on epidemic management and to raise the level of preparedness in order to have the earliest and most adequate response to any epidemic that may arise.

ROHI to hold Annual Review*

  • 16th December, 2021

ROHI carries out annual review every year to evaluate the activities of each department to determine if we fulfilled spelt our responsibilities and to update our records. The exercise will enable us report on our most recent activities, evaluate performance, share experiences and lessons learnt across field locations and offices. This will help us deliver public information as we make plans to commence the year with slated programs and activities.

The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence

  • 25th November - 10th December
  • Borno State

16 Days! 16+ issues!! 0 Tolerance!!! We are still committed to the campaign against Gender Based Violence (GBV) in our communities... Our activities continues with engagement in schools and camps; sensitizing target audience on GBV, Ways to identify Abuse, channels of reporting, etc. #weareorange #16daysofActivism2021 #ROHI

Our Stories

Borno state government underway to fully implement the Child Rights Act*

The Borno State Government has made marks at the public hearing on the domestication of the child rights act. The event was organized by the special AD-HOC committee on violence against persons, justice and judiciary on the domestication of child rights' act. There was an...

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The Relocation strategy*

In 2020, The Borno state government announced its plans to begin relocation of IDPs from the camps to their LGAs of origin. In September 2021, the State Government shutdown the Farm Center IDP Camp in Maiduguri; one of the camps where ROHI and her partners were implementing the CERF project. The relocated IDPs from farm center camp have been resettled at a new camp in Bama. This created a gap...

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Distribution of dignity kits to adolescent girls

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