About Us

Hello. We are (COCODEV) Cohesive Communities Development Initiative

VISION

A just and peaceful society

GOAL

To bring about a world where all women, children and young people can flourish, and where their rights are upheld

VALUES

  • Equality
  • Non-discrimination
  • Human dignity
  • Voice
  • Respect
  • Keep children safe

MISSION

  • To promote the Protection, participation, Survival, and Development rights of all children (male and female) irrespective of gender, ethnicity and background.
  • To empower and equip the young people to become healthy, productive and engaged citizens. 
  • To support women through economic, educational and social programmes; creating opportunities while addressing inequality, gender stereotypes and harmful cultural practices.
  • Inter religious dialogue and global peace

STRATEGIES

  1. Mainstreaming Gender and Inclusion in all our projects
  2. Accelerated Learning Programme for Women
  3. Village Savings and Loan Associations for Women
  4. Skills Acquisition
  5. Policy Advocacy
  6. Development Database Management
  7. Institutional Development
  8. Information Dissemination
  9. Resource Mobilization
  10. Behavioral change communication

OUR TEAM

Dr Godwin Osung

Dr Godwin Osung

Founder/Executive Director
Mrs Abasifreke Akai

Mrs Abasifreke Akai

Programs Officer
Sir Emmanuel Uweh

Sir Emmanuel Uweh

Board of Trustees
Mrs Helen Victor Akpan

Mrs Helen Victor Akpan

Board of Trustees
Mrs Eno Iyohokwa

Mrs Eno Iyohokwa

Assistant Finance Officer
Mrs Mary Isemin

Mrs Mary Isemin

Finance Officer
Mr Lawrence Inyang

Mr Lawrence Inyang

Communication Officer
Mr Albert Udo

Mr Albert Udo

Research Development Officer
Miss Providence Harrison

Miss Providence Harrison

Administrative officer
Mrs Weath Godwin Osung

Mrs Weath Godwin Osung

Field Officer
Mr Christopher Abasiama

Mr Christopher Abasiama

Graphics Unit
Dr Mrs Margaret Oshinowo-Chairperson

Dr Mrs Margaret Oshinowo-Chairperson

Board of Trustees

Doing the right thing,
at the right time.

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CAUSES

23

VOLOUNTEERS

512

CHILDREN HELPED

598

WIDOWS WOMEN HELPED