• Launching of Grass Root Agricultural Support Programme (GRASP)
  • Provision of Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria
  • Establishment of Cassava Demonstration farm
  • 2016 National Conference

Impact

RACMI in the course of the year visited some IDP camps in the country: FCT camps, Adamawa camps, Yobe camps and Borno Readmore

Hiv/Aids

RACMI was able to organize seminars in HIV/AIDS and Human Trafficking /child and Drug abuse intervention in some states in Nigeria Readmore

Scholarship

RACMI paid school fees for less privileged boys and girls from Benue, Rivers, Enugu and Kano states in Nigeria and also rescued a boy from Port Harcourt prison and sent him to school  Readmore

Rescue and Counselling Ministry International (RACMI) was established in obedience to divine revelation and inspiration in April 2004, and legally registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in January, 2005 with registration number CAC/IT/NO: 17953 in Nigeria. RACMI’s membership cuts across the 36 states of Nigeria including the FCT and in over 26 countries in the world. As at 2016, the countries include, Western/Central Africa (Nigeria, Gambia, Ghana, Benin Rep, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea.), Middle East/North Africa (Israel, Egypt), East Africa ( Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda), Southern Africa (Angola, South Africa), North America (U.S.A, Canada), Asia (China, India, Philippines, Qatar, Turkey), Europe (Spain, Italy, Greece), United Kingdom (England, Wales).

RACMI is into areas such as: Health,Education,Empowerment,Anti-Human Trafficking and Agriculture

Training


1. Community Based Organizations (CBOs) capacity building initiatives.
2. Youth and women skills development and training programs.
3. Schools Support Initiatives (Library, Laboratory, Resource Centers, WASH, etc.).
4. Orphans and Vulnerable Children Scholarship Scheme.
5. Youth Career Guidance and Counselling Services.

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