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African Youths Initiative on Crime Prevention

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507 Members

Traditions: African Traditional, Christian, Islam

Action Area: Education, Health and Social Services, Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation, Youth

Region: Africa

Website: http://www.ayicrip.org

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African Youths Initiative on Crime Prevention (AYICRIP) is a Lagos, Nigeria-based registered national nonprofit reaching out to the youths and local communities with tools and resources for crime prevention and self-empowerment. The Organization conducts conferences, summits, symposiums, training workshops, research, publications and documentation; including outdoor activities as means of engaging youths, thereby diverting their energies against crime. In December 2015, with support from the US Embassy, AYICRIP hosted the inaugural National Conference on Youth and Substance Abuse Prevention in Lagos, Nigeria. The Conference was attended by over 350 participants from Nigeria, South Africa, Germany and the US.


 AYICRIP has been making great efforts through crime prevention programs in repositioning the mindset of young people in Nigeria and other parts of Africa for the purpose of reducing crime rate in our communities and society at large. This effort has been yielding results considering the number of change ambassadors we have trained across Nigeria and they are making impacts and adding great values in their various communities.

Reducing crime in Africa through preventive mechanism.

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Mr Ibe Christogonus Chidiebere

8 Rasaq Gbadamosi, by Savanna Bus Stop, Adetola, Aguda Surulere

(234) 7062356658

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June 5, 2017 6:56 PM

2017 National Youth Summit on Crime Prevention

The 2017 National Youth Summit on Crime Prevention took place on the 25th of May 2017.


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January 25, 2017 4:05 PM

What AYICRIP Accomplished in 2016

Despite the challenges presented by the recession of the Nigerian economy in 2016, our Cooperation Circle was able to reach nearly 6,000 young people across Nigeria.


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