Rescue an Orphan

RESCUE initiative envisions a society where poor and helpless people, including orphans and widows enjoy economic growth

Safety and security

With the goal of promoting safety and security in our society, Rescue Initiative is committed is being a driving force to actualise both

Justice in Nigeria

No society grows more than its level of fairness achieved through Justice. Nigeria Needs it for its future to be guaranteed

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About us

Rebuilding Social Consciousness for Equality Initiative (a.k.a. RESCUE initiative) was founded in June 2014 by a group of Nigerian professionals with the objective of supporting the protection of poor and helpless people including orphans and widows, empowering them to participate fully and actively in upholding their interests in all spheres of life.

The main aim of RESCUE initiative is to work with families and in communities ravaged by poverty and neglect, connecting them to prosperity to enable them live a happier life.

RESCUE initiative is a non-political, non-profit Civil Society Organisation (CSO) registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria.

RESCUE initiative envisions a society where poor and helpless people, including orphans and widows enjoy economic growth, safety and security, and are free from all forms of injustice, oppression and violence.

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RESCUE initiative also believes that many poor and helpless people living in rural communities are looking for ways to contribute to the development of their community and their country at large. However, for them to be able to achieve this goal, RESCUE initiative believes that their socio-economic emancipation is essential and RESCUE initiative seeks to provide them with support in that area.

Our Leadership

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Peter Omenka

is a bilingual Nigerian lawyer. He has worked in the development sector in Nigeria for over 10 years. He is one of the founders of the NGO "Rebuilding Social Consciousness for Equality Initiative (a.k.a. RESCUE initiative)" that seeks to support the protection of poor and helpless people including orphans and widows and to empower them to participate fully and actively in upholding their interests in all spheres of life.

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Cletus Kambai

is a Nigerian. He has over eleven (11) years work experience with both DFID & USAID funded projects. He is an Accounting graduate of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. He is also a Senior Chartered Public Manager of the Chartered Institute of Public Management, Nigeria. Kambai believes in a better world for everyone and he is committed to the fight against extreme poverty. Kambai is married with children.

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Amina Bwala

is a Nigerian. She has over eleven (11) years work experience in Health and Social Services projects. She is a Sociology and Anthropology graduate of University of Maiduguri, Nigeria. She has attended various leadership training on HIV/AIDS with the UNDP and a course on Health Finance at the Globe Management Training Institute, Cape Town, South Africa. She is also a Senior Chartered Public Manager of the Chartered Institute of Public Management, Nigeria.

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Blessing Jacob

is an animal scientist and a young Nigerian woman who is passionate about helping poor and vulnerable in society. She is one of the two women who are giving tremendous support to the "Rebuilding Social Consciousness for Equality Initiative (a.k.a. RESCUE initiative)" that seeks to support the protection of poor and helpless people including orphans and widows and to empower them to participate fully and actively in upholding their interests in all spheres of life.

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