New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation

Envisioning the smiles of humanity shining brighter than the sun itself
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"Our purpose is to build, support and empower teams of youth with the capacity to become community leaders."
Action Areas
Traditions
Christianity, Islam, Indigenous
Sub-Traditions
Orthodox, Anglican, Protestant, Catholic, African Traditional
Number of Members
11
Region
Sub-Region
Western Africa
Location
Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria
Joined URI Network

New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation is a unique organization whose mission is to build, support and empower teams of youth with capacities to emerge from life on the streets, drugs and dysfunctional families to become leaders capable of helping themselves and their communities.
This Cooperation Circle (CC) is leading a movement that connects youth, educators and communities and empowers them to transform themselves from recipients of information and resources into valuable, contributing members of their communities. Members help young people discover and develop their inherent gifts, talents and abilities and support their development as ethically responsible, self-disciplined and creative social citizens capable of participation in a positive and sustainable society.

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Nigeria President Receives 2013 Africa Peace Award

On Wednesday, October 30, 2013. URI Africa Regional Director and Special Representative at the Africa Union and the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), led two other URI Africa Leadership Team (URI ALT) members, Hon. Elisha Buba Yero (URI Global Council Trustee) and Dr. Emmanuel Ande Ivorgba (URI West Africa Laiason Officer), to the State House in Abuja, Nigeria, to present the 2013 Africa Peace Award to Nigeria’s President H.E. Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR

5th International Conference on Youth & Interfaith Dialogue held in Nigeria

From 25th -26th October, 2013, 156 delegates from three continents gathered at the Treasures Inn & Suites, Jos, Nigeria for the 5th annual Conference on Youth and Interfaith Dialogue in Jos, Nigeria, hosted by  New Era Educational and Support Foundation in partnership of the United Religions Initiative.