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About Us

Who We Are

Adolescent Action Pact (AAP) is a local, not-for-profit non-governmental organization committed to improving the health and social wellbeing of adolescent, women and children as well as excluded and vulnerable communities. We have strong bias for women, children and young people. AAP is a local initiative which seeks to make sustainable contributions in effectively addressing common development challenges confronting members of our community. It challenges the injustices and inequities especially as it confronts women, children and youths which fuel exclusion and vulnerability, aggravating the reproductive health problems and deepens the spread of HIV & AIDS as well as opportunistic infections.

Established in April 2000 and run essentially by volunteers, AAP has significantly contributed to local response to HIV/AIDS and reproductive health challenges in the last 12 years, and acts as a catalyst for positive change in Karu LGA and its environs through its programmed activities.

The organization is duly registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in 2002. AAP has the privilege of collaboration with government at local, state and federal levels, and with various Civil Society Organizations, networks and International Partners.

Our Objectives

We work with and for women, children and young people in a synergy that will help to reduce the reproductive health challenges and especially HIV & AIDS and promotes quality healthy living.

Our Core Values

At Adolescent Action Pact, our work is guided by:

Service to humanity:

AAP is committed to selfless service to humanity especially women and young people.

Integrity:

AAP is passionately committed to virtues of transparency, honesty, reliability, dependability and accountability as hallmark of integrity.

Passion for the Vulnerable:

A Society where women and young people have adequate knowledge on Sexual Reproductive Health including HIV & AIDS issues and they are recognized and empowered socially and economically.

Collaboration

Building partnership with strategic stakeholders in the community and working with women and young people towards achieving healthy, socially and economically responsive community devoid of HIV & AIDS, Poverty, Exclusion and Deprivation.

Our Identity & Mission

Building partnership with strategic stakeholders in the community and working with women and young people towards achieving healthy, socially and economically responsive community devoid of HIV & AIDS, Poverty, Exclusion and Deprivation.

OUR VISION
A Society where women and young people have adequate knowledge on Sexual Reproductive Health including HIV & AIDS issues and they are recognized and empowered socially and economically.

Our Structure & Leadership

 

Partners

Partnering with women, children and young people are our greatest strength and joy of intervention and they are the pride of our existence. Adolescent Action Pact (AAP) strongly values our privilege of partnership and collaboration with:

  • The Federal Ministry of Youth Development (EYD).
  • Federal Ministry of Education (FLHE Project).
  • Federal Ministry of Health (AYPHD Project).
  • Nasarawa State SACA, Kaduna State AIDS Control Agency.
  • Nasarawa State Community Based Urban Development Project (World Bank Assisted) PIU (HIV & AIDS Component) Karu LGA.
  • Unicef PnP “D” Field Office Bauchi/ Unicef PnP National Office UN House Abuja; UNFPA (YAP Intervention).
  • UNDP/KASACA; Society For Family Health (SFH) National Office: Work Place Policy Manual Development (Global Fund).
  • Society For Family Health (SFH) Abuja Field Office CIHPAC Project.
  • PPFN (Innovative Fund – Prison Intervention).
  • ZAIN ABUJA Regional Office (Marketing/Social Services Unit).
  • various CSOs networks, International Partners, and private sector without whom our work would not be possible.

Our Partners

UNICEF
UNICEF
Mobile :+234 (0)803 525 0288
    Society for Family Health
    Society for Family Health
    Mobile :+09-461-8823
      Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria
      Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria
      Mobile :+234 (09) 4610 342,
        World Bank
        World Bank
        Mobile :(202) 473-1000
          Catholic Relief Services
          Catholic Relief Services
          Mobile :877-435-7277
          Email : info@crs.org

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