Who we are
Agape Humanitarian Aid Foundation (AHAF), is a non-profit, faith based, humanitarian development organization which focuses primarily on healing the wounds that have been inflicted on the Nigerian populace by herdsmen, religious crisis, Boko haram and other insurgency crisis in Nigeria.
Agape Humanitarian Aid Foundation (AHAF), is a non-profit, faith based, humanitarian development organization which focuses primarily on healing the wounds that have been inflicted on the Nigerian populace by Boko haram and other terrorist groups in Nigeria. Her other area of intervention is through the hands of hope community development project for vulnerable people and communities.
Presently, AHAF works in 4 locations including Angwan Rukuba community (Hope of hands project), Stefanos IDP camp in Bukuru, COCIN IDP camp in Fuka village in Kwali area council and internally displaced persons from Chibok community residing in Pegi village in Kuje area council of the FCT (Healing the wounds project). This quarter also AHAF began her intended intervention in north eastern Nigeria. In this quarterly report, AHAF provides records of activities conducted between January and March 2016 this includes : planning meeting with facilitators/volunteers, provision of educational support to 22 children in the pegi camp, need assessment & humanitarian aid provision for IDP’s in Fuka village in Kwali area council of the FCT, learning visit and assessment of IDP situation in Yobe state, global aid network (GAiN) support in reaching IDP’s in Abuja, New life training course (NLTC) and village savings and loans association (VSLA) training for facilitators to build capacity for our next phase of activities. This report is structured based on AHAF’s 2 thematic areas of intervention: