Putting Smiles On The Faces Of Children
We work directly with vulnerable children to rescue them from abusive situations and restore their human dignity...
A Society With Enhanced Quality Of Life For Women And Children.
Facilitate Access To Justice, Equity And Economic Empowerment For Indigent Women, And Vulnerable Children Through Advocacy And Partnership With Relevant MDAs, And Non-State Actors.
Our Core Values
- Best Interest Of The Child
- Equity & Justice
- Good Governance
- Promoting Secularism
Impact by the Numbers.
We rescue abused children and provide a measure of safety to them. This critical first step is often necessary to keep the children alive.
Engaging appropriate levels of government for the inclusion of specific needs of children in government policy.
Legal counseling for children on their fundamental rights and avenues to redress when these rights violated.
Disadvantaged teenagers and women acquire skills that give them economic alternatives, reducing inequality and raising productivity.
Properly documenting cases of child abuse and filing suits at the appropriate courts at no costs to the victims.
Formation of peer education groups in primary and post-primary institutions to propagate the ideals of human rights.
Latest from our Child Rights Blog
A 70-year-old man, Bassey Inyang, has been arrested on allegations of sexually assaulting a 12-old-girl in Calabar. It was gathered that the suspect carried out the act in his apartment at 14 Waddell Street, Mbukpa community in Calabar South local Council…Read More
On the 12th of April, organisations around the world come together to recognize the International Day for Street Children: a special day acknowledging the strength and resilience of millions of street children around the world.International Day for Street Children (IDSC)…Read More
CALABAR, Nigeria — In March 2020, when schools in Nigeria closed their doors to flatten the surging curve of coronavirus infection, the unintended consequence was that thousands of children and teenagers across the country became soft targets of sexual assault…Read More
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BRCI is a non-profit organization in Nigeria working in the trenches since 2011 to promote and protect the fundamental rights of children and indigent women.
Our strategy relies on practically deploying out standard case management tools using existing laws and policies and promoting necessary reforms.
45A Emmanuel Edem Crescent, Phase II, Federal Housing Estate, Old Odukpani Road, Calabar, Cross River State.