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Programs Carried Out

  1. The Win-Dream International carried out Peace Projects and Youth Developmental Training Programs in 2011 under the Platform of its youth wing the Young Negotiators and Mediators Association of Nigeria, YONAMAN (The program trained University Students in the Southeast Nigeria on the Skills of Negotiation/Mediation Under Peace and Conflict Resolution as a Pattern for Managing Conflict and to Eschew Violence on Campuses. The program was done in collaboration with Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Sacramento State University and facilitated by Prof. Ernest Uwazie and Rev. Sr. Barr. Carol Ijeoma Njoku. The co-facilitators are: Barr. Nwanneka Okolo, Prof. Appo. Nwosu and Rev. Fr. Dr. Cletus Obasi) See the Attached flier for the program.

 

  1. The Win-Dream International organized a training Program for University Lecturers on Peace and Conflict Resolution/ Management of Labour-Related Conflicts. The program was conducted for the academic staff members of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka under the platform of the organization’s old name: Human Rights Association for Peace and Dispute Resolution (HRAPADRON). It was done in collaboration with Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Sacramento State University and facilitated by Prof. Ernest Uwazie and Rev. Sr. Barr. Carol Ijeoma Njoku. The co-facilitators are: Barr. Nwanneka Okolo, Prof. Appo. Nwosu and Rev. Fr. Dr. Cletus Obasi). The second stage of the program was carried out in DRAAC, Enugu, to accommodate participants from Enugu and Nsukka campuses respectively. See the Attached flier for the program.

 

  1. The final stage of the training program was done exclusively for selected young and adult mediators/negotiators at Ghana. It was an intensive seminar/workshop that lasted for five days. Part of the training program involved role-playing and mock mediation and arbitration, field trip to witness arbitration proceedings and writing of reports. The Program was organized by the Association’s platform of HRAPADRON in collaboration with the Ghana Association of Mediators and Arbitrators (GHACMA) and facilitated by Hon. Austin Gamey and Rev. Sr. Barr. Carol Ijeoma Njoku.

COLLABORATION AND VOLUTERRING WORKS

 

  1. The Win-Dream International participated in teaching women and youths on entrepreneurial skills development, the legal and human rights imperatives of youth and women empowerment at Lift Saxum Center, Enugu, 2014 and 2015. The training program is part of its volunteering human rights outreach for women and youths.

 

  1. The Win-Dream International participated in the training and orientation of young girls at Inwelle Resource Center during its Book Camp program of 2015. This is part of its human rights advocacies for girlchild’s empowerment. Sr. Barr. Carol represented the association through a volunteering outreach service.

 

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RECENT ACTIVITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION

 

HEALTH/MEDICAL OUTREACH PROGRAM, February, 2017.

 

Win-Dream International conducted a health outreach program for rural women in Duruegwelle, Umueze 11 and Umueleke autonomous communities in Ehime-Mbano L.G.A, Imo State. The human rights/ women’s health outreach program was carried out with a team of medical practitioners that offered free diagnosis and medical services to women and children. Some of the serious cases dictated were referred for further medical examinations and treatment. Part of the events featured a health and nutritional lecture for women. The program was a sampling activity that will usher in a major outreach program on women empowerment and reproductive health during the women’s August meeting by 2017 across the Southeastern states of Nigeria. The event will be carried out by the WIN-DREAM medical and legal teams, respectively.

 

See the photo events.

 

WIN-DREAM INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATES CHILDREN’S DAY FOR THEIR ORPHANS, AND CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN ENUGU AND IMO STATE

 

The association celebrated children’s day for orphans, children from indigent homes, vulnerable street children and other children with special needs. The program was carried out as part of our rehabilitation program for these children. It offered them sense of belonging and the opportunity to tell their stories and to identify with other children across the state. Part of our efforts is to garner resources to support the education and positive formation of these children for better opportunities of transcending beyond vulnerability, disability to greater ability and self-actualization. Thus, the WIN-DREAM human rights and peace interventions are anchored on equity, justice and human development.

These events were executed by the WIN-DREAM human rights team in Mogboh, Ekoh & Associates in collaboration with Lift Saxum

(See the photo events).

Attach the fliers of events also