CUBS CHIEF OF PARTY VISITS RIVCHO

Tuesday 12th June 2012 will go down memory lane as the day the Chief of Party of the CUBS Project (Community Based Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children OVC with support from USAID) visited RIVCHO Office in Warri from the Abuja Country Office. The Chief of Party Ms Zipporah Kpamori was accompanied on the visit by… [Read More]

Orphans and Vulnerable Children OVC (CUBS) VISIT OSUBI AIRPORT

Among activities carried out by RIVCHO on the CUBS Orphans and Vulnerable Children OVC Project in the last quarter was the excursion to the Osubi Airport organized by RIVCHO for 68 OVCs from Ovwian and Orhunwhorun communities. Members of the Child Protection Committee (CPC) in both Communities as well as RIVCHO Staff accompanied the children who… [Read More]

CARE-GIVERS TRAINING & EMPOWERMENT UNDER THE CHEVRON PHE PROJECT

During the quarter under review RIVCHO carried out a training to Care-givers on Income Generating Activities at the RIVCHO Conference Hall in Enerhen Warri under the Chevron PHE Project. Ten Care-givers who expressed interest attended the sessions facilitated by the duo of RIVCHO’s Finance Officer Mr Edafe Hitler and Ms Emily Jitokun Monitoring & Evaluation… [Read More]

RIVCHO CHEVRON PHE OVC PROJECT TAKES OFF

orphans and vulnerable children: After months of planning, budgeting and resource mobolization, the RIVCHO Chevron Peer Health Educators (PHE) Orphans & Vulnerable Children (OVC) Project has taken off. In a colourful Christmas get-together for the OVCs and their Caregivers at RIVCHO Conference Hall Enerhen-Warri on Wednesday 21stDec 2011, the children were presented with gifts by… [Read More]

NKECHI ONYEWUENYI IN CHILD PROTECTION TRAINING

RIVCHO’S Nkechi Onyewueyi was at the Oleh Isoko LGA Delta State venue of the UNICEF/Min of Women Affairs training on Child Protection. She has since down her step-down training for staff members who did not attend the training session.   Topics covered include Child Rights Act, methodology for child protection working groups, Human Rights/child protection… [Read More]