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Chemonics (Sharp TO3) Project
Donor: USAID
Year: 2015 till 2020

Northern Education Initiative (NEI) Plus Project
Donor: USAID/Creative Associate
Year: 2015 till 2020

Small Scale Project Fund SSPF
Donor: Brot fur die welt(bread for the world protestant development service)
Year: 2020 till 2021

Mennonite Empowerment Development Association MEDA
Donor: Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
Year: 2019-2020

Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV/AIDs Services Project
Donor: USAID/FHI360
Nature of Activities: Providing support to PLHIV and OVC
Year: 2013 - 2018
Coverage: Katagum Local Government Area of Bauchi state.

System Transformed for Empowered and Enabling Response (STEER) Project
Donor: USAID/Save the Children International
Year: 2014 - 2019
Nature of Activities: Support to improving quality of life of OVC and families
Coverage: Katagum local government area of Bauchi state.

Heinrich Boll Foundation (HBF), Germany Project (First Project Sponsor)
Year: 1997 to 2001
Beneficiaries: 2000 women
Nature of Activities: Micro-credit services
Coverage: Bauchi, Bogoro, T/Balewa, Alkaleri, Ganjuwa.

African Development Foundation through Diamond Development Initiative, Kano
Year: 2002 to 2007
Beneficiaries: 3,300 women
Nature of Activities: Micro-credit services
Coverage: Bauchi, Bogoro and Tafawa Balewa .

Partners for Development (PFD)
Donor: USAID
Beneficiaries: 3000 women
Coverage: Tafawa Balewa and Toro LGAs
Nature of Activities: Micro-credit services

Small Entrepreneur Development (SED) Project
Donor: Partners for Development (PFD)
Year: 2005
Coverage: Toro L.G.A. of Bauchi State
Nature of activities: Trainings and Micro-credit services

Programmed Related Investment
Donors: Partners for Development (PFD)
Year: 2009 to 2013
Beneficiaries: 1,300 women
Nature of Activities: Empowering rural women through the provision of micro-credit services. Integration of Reproductive Health (RH) component into micro credit services
Coverage: 145 communities in seven (7) Local Government Areas of Bauchi State, and 5 in Taraba and 1 Adamawa states. The 7 LGAs in Bauchi State are Bauchi, Bogoro, Ganjuwa, Toro, Darazo, Alkaleri and T/Balewa

Japanese Embassy Grant
Donor: Japanese Embassy, Nigeria
Year: 2009
Nature of activity: Provision of portable water.
Outcome: Drilling of 13 boreholes in 2 communities of Bogoro and 11 communities of T/Balewa in Bauchi state.

Counseling Care & Antiretroviral Mentoring Programe (Camp)
Donor : Partners for Development (PFD)
Nature of activity: prevention of mother to child transmission (PMCT)
Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC), Condom Other Prevention (COP), HIV Counseling and Testing (HCT)
Coverage: Bauchi/Tafawa Balewa LGAs

Australian Embassy Grant
Donor: Australian Embassy, Nigeria
Year: 2008
Nature of activity: Provision of portable water
Outcome: Drilled one (1) borehole in Tafawa Balewa Local Government.

WASH Water Sanitation and Hygiene Water Aid Project, Nigeria
Donor: UKAID
Year: 2000-2013
Coverage: 42 communities in four Local Government Areas (Bauchi, Bogoro, Ganjuwa and T/Balewa) of Bauchi State.
Nature of Activities: Drilling of Borehole and Hand dug wells
Slab making and block construction for ventilated improved latrine (VIP)
General Hygiene promotion mechanisms/practices.
Outcome: 250 latrines were constructed.
A total of 55 boreholes drilled and 11 hand dug wells in Bauchi State.

Packard Reproductive Health Project
Donor: USAID/Partners for Development (PFD)
Year: 2001 to 2006
Coverage: Tafawa Balewa, Bogoro and Bauchi Local Government Area respectively, two (2) clinics in Tafawa Balewa; Ola clinic in T/Balewa and Maternity T/Balewa
Nature of activities: Awareness raising on HIV/AIDs
Advantages of Child spacing
Commodity management
Distribution of drugs (commodity)

Partners For Development (PFD) World Bank Assisted Project
Coverage: Ganjuwa and Bogoro L.G.As of Bauchi State
Nature of activities: Community mobilization, Training on reproductive health education, Distribution of IEC Materials on HIV/AIDs prevention.
Counseling Care Antiretroviral Mentoring Program (Camp)
Donor: USAID/Partners for Development (PFD)
Year: 2009-2013
Nature of activities: Prevention of mother to Child Transmission
Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs)
HIV Counseling and testing (HCT)
Condom other prevention (COP)
Area of coverage: Bauchi and T/Balewa LG.As

Long Lasting Insecticide Net (LLIN) Subsidizing Project
Donor: UNICEF Zone “D” Office
Nature of Activities: Promotion and sales of treated mosquito nets and insecticides (at subsidized rate). Facility delivery in form of Hand Pumps (Mark III and Tara), Construction Tools (wheel barrows, shovels, head pans), First Aid Kits, Text Books

Targeted State High Impact Project (TSHIP)
Donor: USAID
Year: 2013-2014
Nature of Activities: Increasing knowledge, access and utilization of integrated reproductive health.
Coverage: Bogoro LGA

Institute Of Human Virology, Nigeria (IHVN) Action Programme
Donor: United States President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (PEPFAR)
Year: 2010-2013
Nature of Activities: Providing care & support to orphans and vulnerable children including their family members through Health care, Nutrition support, Psychosocial, Child Protection
Area of coverage: Six (6) communities in Bauchi state; Tsakani, Kagadama, Bayara, Sabon Kaura, Gudum Hausawa and Gudum Sayawa
Total OVC clients = 350 children
Total households = 151

Governance And Transparency Fund (GTF)/ Water Aid
Donor: Department for International Development (DFID) UK
Year: 2012-2013
Nature of activities: Facilitate citizen engagement in the under listed L.G.As
Foster understanding between the electorate and the elected leaders.
Production of Local Development Plan (LDP) for Bogoro, Tafawa Balewa and Darazo L.G.As
Coverage: Bogoro, Giade, Darazo, Akaleri, Gamawa and T/ Balewa L.G.As

Leadership Empowerment Advocacy and Development (LEAD) Project
Year: 2012-2013
Nature of activities: Production of Local Development Plan (LDP) in Ningi LGA
Promoting good governance by fostering understanding between the electorates and the elected leaders
Coverage: Ningi LGA

Women and Children’s Right Project
Donor: Global Rights
Year: 2010-2013
Coverage: Bauchi
Nature of activities: Educating women and their children on their rights and responsibilities to the nation
Training and retraining of paralegals

Women’s Right Community Development Project (CDP) Jos
Donor: Year: 1997-1998
Coverage: Bauchi and Gombe States
Nature of activities: Educating women on their rights and responsibilities to the nation. Outcome
1000 women benefited and now participate more in politics by coming out en-mass to vote and be voted for.

Voters Education
Donor: Heinrich Boll Foundation
Year: 1998
Coverage: Miri Village, Bauchi
Nature of activities: Enlightenment campaign on voting processes.
Outcome: More women participated during the voting exercise

Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Consortium Capacity Building Project
Coverage area: In over six (6) Local Government Areas of Bauchi State. Nature of activities: Capacity Building of NGO’s/CBOs

Civil Society Advocacy and Legislative Center (CISLAC)
Year: 2016
Coverage: Bauchi
Nature of activities: Advocacy on Domesticated Gender Policy in Bauchi State.

Northern Education Initiative (NEI) Project
Donor: USAID/Creative Associate
Year: 2012 to 2013
Nature of Activities Monitoring of 10 Demonstration schools (4 non formal learning centers and 6 primary school) in relation to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs)
Coverage: 5 communities in Katagum LGA

Education Crisis Response (ECR) Project
Door: USAID/Creative Associate
Year: 2015 to 2016
Nature of activities: Formation and managing of formal and Non Formal Learning Center (NFLC) in 9 communities of Itas/Gadua LGA.
Outcome: Enrolment of 559 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and 141 Out Of School learners (OOS) in Itas/Gadau LGA and the provision of birth certificates for 700 beneficiaries.

Construction of Zheringi Primary School
Nature of activity: WEIN facilitated the construction of 2 classroom block in Zheringi community, Bogoro LGA through self-help project.
Outcome: More girls and boys now enrolled in the school With very little material support from WEIN, today they have a complete primary school where both boys and girls attend school, and teachers paid by the local government.

Reflect Methodology Project
Donor: Action Aid Nigeria
Year 2002 to 2003
Coverage area: Bauchi, Toro, Ganjuwa Local Government Areas
Nature of activities: Adult literacy project
Capacity Building\ Skill Acquisition
Outcome: Adult literacy more women acquired skills in tailoring and Knitting
Women can keep records of their trade

Donor: American Ambassador’s Grant
Year: 1998 to 2004
Coverage area: Bauchi Local Government Area
Nature of activities: A three classroom block was constructed with a temporary teacher engaged since 1998 till 2004 when Bauchi Local Government Officially took over the school from WEIN.
Outcome: Mwalang Buli community has a primary school with more girls attending school.


AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (ADF), USA:- Through Diamond Development Initiative Kano.  It was a five year project from 2002, - 2007.

Nature of Activities:  Empowering rural women through the provision of micro – credit services.

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- Governance

Enhanced status and participation of women in decision making at all levels.

- Agriculture/Economic Empowerment

Improved capacity of disadvantaged women to earn and control income as a means of enhancing their living standard and those of their families in WEIN target communities.

- Education

Increased access of women, girls, vulnerable and out of school children to formal and informal education through strategic engagement and provision of support to target groups.

- Health

Improved health status of women, children and youth in target communities through access to quality health information and service.

- WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene)

Improved living standard of families through increased access in WASH services and information.

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