Herwa Community Development Initiative (Herwa CDI), has received funds from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to implement a project titled- EU support to strengthening reconciliation and reintegration of former armed non-state combatants and Boko haram associates.
The research assistant will assist the project coordinator in recruiting study participants, conducting focus group discussions, informant in-depth interviews and transcribing qualitative data.
Herwa CDI partnered with Street Child of Nigeria and implemented two projects (Right to Learn (RTL) and Education Cannot Wait (ECW).
Cash for work Bama was supported by UNDP and funded by European Union; implemented by Herwa Community Development Initiative.
Youth Economic Empowerment Project for Resilience and Peacebuilding in the context of North-Eastern Nigeria (YEE4RP)
A 22months project on Youth Economic Empowerment Project for Resilience and Peacebuilding in the context of North-Eastern Nigeria (YEE4RP).
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