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Saturday, January 19, 2013


I-MAP (illegal migration awareness program) and AVP (alternatives to violence project) are targeted at youths at risk in the society.

Since its inception in August last year in Lagos, Enugu and Abuja, we have organised out reaches to orphanages, schools, NYSC camps, remand homes, indigenous communities and anywhere we found youths at risk.

As volunteer peer educators, we do not only teach youths their rights as migrant workers (whether they are legal or illegal migrants) we teach them effective alternatives to violence methods, life planning skills and we encourage them to arm themselves with the information found in the Nigeria Immigration act. We also organise workshops where we train youths on skills acquisition and we provide linkages between these youths and vocational homes.

Keep a date with us on the 26th of January at the Aquatic water parks at ikeja for the I-MAP talent hunt and youth concert.
The talent hunt competition is open to all including students of  public and private schools. Areas open to contestants are music, drama, poetry debates, comedy  etc. There are lots of cash prizes to be won.

Youth peer educators will also be on ground to answer your questions including how to become a peer educator too.

There will be guest appearance by M.I, Joke Slyva, Dramin of the Stupidbots crew, Villy of the XVol, l band and so many more artiste, comedians and seasoned motivational speakers.

I-MAP is a PRAWA initiative in partnership with AVP and M-POWER and it is supported by the BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION, NYSC and THE NIGERIA IMMIGRATION SERVICE.

For more info call these numbers: 07031583987, 08166613428 or like our facebook I-MAP page.

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