Justice Peace and Reconciliation Movement (JPRM) is a Non-governmental organization working in Nigeria to create a peaceful society where people of all religious and ethnic divides will live together in harmony, love, and respect for one another. One of its major concerns is to help Nigerians hate corruption and violence by creating zero tolerance for corruption and violence through moral strategies.
JPRM humanitarian activity which is widely commendable in many communities across the country in recent years due to its positive impact, was aided and supported by its partners from Neither land, Kerk in Actie.

The JPRM program manager Nenekenso M. Tupkenenka currently operates humanitarian programs in some communities across the country.

The manager in a chat with Pioneer said that as part of the organization’s efforts to preach the message of peace and to support the effort of government in creating an enabling environment for growth, the organization has been working for a long under its humanitarian programs in some of the states across the country especially in the rural areas, focusing on bringing aid to those affected by armed conflicts, natural disasters, famine, and related catastrophe. These include providing good portable drinking water to the people of rural areas through the drilling of boreholes, and provision of food, medicine, clothing, and other necessities.

The manager further intimated that the organization with the help of their partners from Neither land, Kerk in Actie is currently reaching out to states like Jos Plateau State- Bassa and Jos North LGA, Adamawa State with a focus on Numan, Demsa, Ganye LGAs and Taraba State in Lau LGA.

The female program manager said that the organization has reached out to no fewer than 1,400 Households who are victims and survivors of the last flood disasters taking refuge in IDP camps of the host communities with food and non-food items.

She emphasized that the most vulnerable women were given preference in the distribution of items while younger women among the beneficiaries were given consideration and supported with sanitary pads to enhance hygiene during their periods.

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