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13 December 2021
In the nine years since its founding, Dream Again Prison and Youth Initiative has helped more than 2,000 incarcerated Nigerians prepare for success in work and life after they leave prison. Using mental health support...
4 September 2021
Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria
In Nigeria's Oyo state, survivors of sexual abuse and gender-based violence can find emergency shelter and a host of services at Women Safe House. The stigmas attached to these crimes and the government's failure to e...
14 August 2021
New York, New York, United States
Rock Safe Streets in the Red Fern Public Houses of Far Rockaway, Queens, ramped up its violence interrupter work starting in 2020 as gun violence increased. Red Fern then went nearly a year without a single shooting. ...
27 July 2021
Hospitals for Humanity provides medical treatment, screening, and surgeries for Nigerian children living with congenital heart disease. The nonprofit relies on foreign doctors but uses the opportunity to allow local d...
20 April 2021
The Society for the Improvement of Rural People educates communities about the physical and mental health dangers of female genital mutilation. Focusing on the five rural communities where FGM is most practiced, SIRP ...
22 March 2021
Ozalla Edem-Ani, Enugu State, Nigeria
To help address a gap in health access for those living in a rural community in Nigeria, a nonprofit that "gives health, educational, and livelihood support to poor groups in Enugu State" built a hospital to serve tho...
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