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.

education

Education

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

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livelihood

Early Recovery and
Livelihoods

We restore communities and
build up livelihood activities...

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cprotection

Child Protection

Protecting the right of children...

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wash

WASH

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

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Core Values

Team Work

Accountability

Transparency

Mutual Understanding




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Upcoming Events

RADIO PROGRAM

  • 2022-10-12
  • Yola and Maiduguri

In collaboration with UNICEF Nigeria, we channel funds from Education Cannot Wait (ECW) into mass media campaign in the Northeast Nigeria, advocating for peace, safe schools, child education, positive parenting, self-reliance and child protection; similarly, we wage war against Child abuse, gender-based violence (GBV), sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) and other areas of humanitarian responses. Every individual has an opportunity to contribute through phone-in calls during our radio programs as scheduled on the appended flyer. Simply tune in!

Launch of ROHI’s 3-year Strategic Plan

  • 2022-03-30

With support from the Global Education Cluster (GEC), ROHI engaged a consulting firm to facilitate the development of a multi-year strategic plan to guide us as an organization towards the mission and objectives for which we started. We understand the importance of a strategic plan, even to donor agencies as we have in proposal formats. A strategy plan helps NGOs understand their capacities, problems and resources; this is why we believe that the understanding of these areas will help us analyse our strengths and build upon our opportunities ROHI plans to launch her strategy in the coming weeks to mark the beginning of a new dispensation.

Our Stories

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ECW MYRP_UNICEF: A Success Story on Birth Registration in Mubi South

A lot of people from Lamorde, Kabang, Wuropatuji and Gaya communities of Mubi South in Adamawa State had been living without the knowledge of the importance and procedures of birth registration and other vital issues regarding parenting. Fortunately, our intervention packages on the project include positive parenting sessions, which is aimed at enlightening parents on child upbringing and other parental responsibilities. In these sessions with the people, we discussed issues around birth registration, its importance and the medium through which it can be accessed. Rukkayatu Ahmadu and Hapsatu Musa together with other caregivers were in attendance and got to understand the importance of birth registration. After one of the sessions, they showed interest in getting their wards registered, and the procedure was initiated. ...

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NHF Education Project at Michika & Madagali LGAs of Adamawa State

With funding from OCHA_Nigeria, in collaboration with Plan International, we were able to implement the NHF project on Child Protection, from November 2021 to July 2022, with the following achievements: Radio clubs were established to provide remedial support to children who are at risk of dropping out of school or facing educational challenges in the communities. 1,268 children benefited from Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI) for the period of 9 months across 9 locations.... ...

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ECW_UNICEF Project at Borno and Adamawa States

At the onset, an inception meeting was held among 4 partners of the consortium: (ROHI, CATTAI, GPoN, GSF), to give a direction to the project implementation. Across the project locations, 495 community volunteer teachers were recruited to support lesson delivery for the Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI), who helped in enrolling 71,220 school aged children. Within this figure, 41,081 are enrolled in formal schools while 30,139 are out-of-school children. These learners were clustered into radio clubs according to their level, age and proximity of their homes to the learning points.... ...

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