About Company’s Profile
Grace Ibor is a resourceful community development facilitator and public health professional with 15 years’ experience in development, implementation and management of community-based health promotion, livelihoods and leadership initiatives. She is a technical advocate for child’s right protection, sexual and reproductive health of women & girls and economic strengthening of vulnerable people. Grace is a co-founder and Executive Director of Initiative for People’s Good Health (non-for profit, non-governmental organization) and the Proprietress of Eugenia Schools (Nursery, Primary and Secondary). She coordinates the Cross River State Civil Society Network for HIV and AIDS (CiSHAN) and is committed to mentoring and building capacities of individuals and groups willing to contribute to community development.
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The Adokit is a package of guidance tools, activities, and supplies designed by unicef for supporting adolescents who are affected by health, development, poverty and humanitarian crises. The Adolescent Kit draws from best practices in psychosocial support, life skills education, child protection, and peace-building, and targets vulnerable adolescents through approaches that focus on arts and innovation.
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No. 29 Old Odukpani Road, by Army Junction Calabar, Cross River State.,
No. 80 Old Market Road, Ijom Ugep.