It is the last week of our #giveitup4IDPs challenge, it has been wonderful to see donations coming in from all over the world to support Sesor in its efforts to create educational programs that will help Internally Displaced People go back to school, as well as a pilot a trauma counseling program that […]
Sesor’s Communications Officer was present at WFm station today to discuss the challenges IDPs face daily as they struggle to thrive in Lagos. Check it out below:
Yes! We finally registered over 50 women as we concluded the registration exercise in Lekki on Thursday 18 August, 2016. The Sesor team, as well as some volunteers, committed a full work day to successfully complete the exercise. The training and disbursement will commence in a couple of weeks, all thanks to our microfinance NGO partner, Grooming […]
On Sunday 14 August 2016, Sesor began the registration exercise of 50 women who can now access funds to start or scale up their micro businesses through our rehabilitation programme for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) at EYN (Church of the Brethren) Magodo, Lagos. The programme is an initiative of Sesor and is in partnership with Grooming […]
In response to the need for accurate information on internally displaced persons (IDPs), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) began implementing the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) project in July 2014. Working in close collaboration with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and State Emergency Management Agencies (SEMAs), IOM’s DTM programme worked to expand reach […]
Programme kicks off with support of N2.7m Ejigbo, Lagos, 30 June 2016 – 50 women can now access funds to start or scale up their micro businesses through a rehabilitation programme for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Lagos State. The scheme, an initiative of Sesor Empowerment Foundation, is in partnership with Grooming Centre, a microfinance […]
Sesôr means ‘we will repair’ in Tiv (a language spoken by about 6 million people in Benue State in Nigeria) and was founded in 2009 and then registered as a Trustee in 2010. Sesôr went on to provide relief materials such as food and clothing to affected villagers. Sesôr has since supported and advocated for survivors of a flood emergency in Benue and continues to provide support to persons who have been displaced as a result of conflict (farmer-herder crises) and terror attacks in Adamawa, Benue, Gombe, Plateau and Taraba by providing relief materials such as food and clothing and by advocating for their rights.