Following psycho-social challenges (an aftermath) associated with genocide Meted against 6 Berom natives on 27th May, 2019 at Nakai Hamlet of Ganawuri Chiefdom, Emancipation Centre for Crisis Victims in Nigeria ( hereinafter referred to as “the Centre/ECCVN) in collaboration with Christian Women Empowerment for Excellence in Nigerian Society (CWEENS) took 24 year old widow, Mrs. Lyop Gideon and her surviving daughter, Esther Gideon for 1 week trauma counselling at CWEENS’ head office here in Jos Plateau State, after which ECCVN took her back to Vom District in Jos South LGA of Plateau State to reintegrate to her relations who have been displaced from the affected area.
Though ECCVN and national body of Berom Women Development Association (BEWDA) have postively intervened towards alleviating some pressing needs of the widow, much is however still being appealed for and on behalf of the survivors to make life meaningful and worthwhile to the then traumatized survivors who are in dire need of your humanitarian support.
It’s in this regard that, prior to the reintegration of the helpless victims, the Centre noted the following grey areas of need for necessary intervention enlargement:
1. More fertilizer to sustain the already farming activities done by the family before the orchestrated gory incident;
2. Food ingredients;
3. Scholarship scheme for enrollment of the baby to school hopefully by September, 2019.
4. Financial assistance for Start-up of business and/or skill acquisition program for empowerment to enable her be self-sufficient thereby averting dependency on gestures.
5. Any other assistance necessary to give sense of belonging out of the tragic development might have plunged them into.
In view of the above highlighted needs, you are passionately urged to come to the aid of the gravely affected persons by either channeling your contribution to ECCVN Account which reads-
–Bank: First City Monument Bank (FCMB)
-Acc. Name: Emancipation Centre for Crisis Victims in Nigeria.
– Account No: 5513551017
Materially reach out to the widow through ECCVN on 08065245811
By Dalyop Solomon Mwantiri, Esq.
Emancipation Centre for Crisis Victims in Nigeria