In its bid to suppress youth wastefulness that has exposed them to illicit activities, JDPC Onitsha on May 13, collaborated with Centre for Orientation, Discovery and Empowerment (DeCODE) on sensitization against drug abuse, rape, terrorism, cultism, prostitution and other criminalities that negate their development. Based on intelligence gathered within Onitsha by security agencies, it was discovered that most of the people who commit crime are usually under drug influence. This posed serious concern to the partners who organized a programme with the theme – Supporting Teenagers Against Negative Decision (STAND) Project.
The aware raising programme, which was held at Tourist Home, Inland town, was facilitated by Cynthia Enweonwu of DeCODE with technical support by Chuka Okafor of JDPC Onitsha. The guest speaker, Mrs Amaka Ekwealor from NDLEA, Onitsha held interactive session with pictorial evidence with the youth on dangers of drug abuse to youth
development. Other speakers included Barr Nonso Isiugo Arinze, Nonso Anene, Onyinye Jane Achukwu Onuoha, Christopher Tosin Dosu of NDLEA Nnewi. Over 30 persons participated in the one day sensitization.
JDPC Onitsha trains 20 persons (18 females & 2 males) on urine fertilizer, voter’s education, child abuse / domestic violence, legal aid, widows right and economic/ social justice from Umueri & Aguleri. There was two sessions held on the same day. The participants were delighted with the training session and promised to apply what they […]READ MORE
Jdpc Onitsha training on Urine Fertilizer, voters education, child abuse and domestic violence at St Joseph the Worker Parish Atani church members. Over 1000 participants which includes females, males, pwds, adolescent and children were trained during the holy mass. The church members were delighted and requested we have session with them again, and we were […]READ MORE
Jdpc Onitsha sensitize over 300 parishioners during the holy mass at St Vincent parish Ogbunike on the Seven Thematic Areas of JDPC and child abuse after mass some people volunteered to join JDPC in carrying out the JDPC work in accordance with the Seven Thematic Areas of JDPC. SHARE THISREAD MORE
Urine Fertilization training at St Vincent’s Parish Ogbunike Jdpc Onitsha sensitize and trained over 300 parishioners during the mass, instructional manual were shared to the parishioners. 4 people pledged to practice the urine fertilization and send us the report of the results, the church members were delighted and happy with what they were taught and […]READ MORE