HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE

The InnerCity Mission carries out Humanitarian Relief, under the auspices of the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International, in collaboration with other member agencies of the foundation. Through this, we provide humanitarian aid to victims of crisis, particularly the most vulnerable groups (women and children) affected by natural and manmade disasters such as wars, health crises and other emergency situations around the world.

We deliver the following interventions through our humanitarian response; Food security response, Aid by Cash & Vouchers (CVP), Counseling and Psychosocial support, Education in Emergency, Health in Emergency and Shelter Response.

Other beneficiaries impacted include Orphanages, School Pupils, School Teachers and Police community. Here are some of the countries reached so far;
Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Madagascar, Equatorial Guinea, Sierra Leone, Congo DRC, Cote D'ivoire, Liberia, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, India, Chad, Uganda, Myanmar, Cambodia, Tanzania, Pakistan, Egypt, South Sudan, Thailand, Congo Brazzaville, Germany, Sao Tome and Principe.

South Sudan, a nation that has been in turmoil since its formation. In 2013, a political conflict ensued between the President and his former Vice- President, this quickly escalated into an ethnic crisis which led to tens of thousands dead, with millions of people displaced.

Executing its mission to reach the needy and vulnerable in times of crisis, the InnerCity Mission and its other member agencies of the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International reached out to thousands of Internally Displaced Persons women and children through the provision of relief items and medical aids in Magateen Internally Displaced Persons Camp in Juba, South Sudan.

In the month of July 2019, Flooding and landslides triggered by yearly monsoon rains swept across India, Nepal and Bangladesh leaving devastation in each country with more than 10.3 million people affected. Several districts in Assam in the Northeastern state of India particularly Lahorighat were the worst hit.

The InnerCity Mission took on the challenge of providing emergency relief to those affected in Lahorighat, Assam India.

In a bid to ensure every Ebola orphaned, vulnerable and deprived child in Liberia does not miss out on the basic things of life such as food, education, shelter among others, the InnerCity Mission reached out to Over 2,700 vulnerable, excluded and orphaned Ebola children from 16 districts in Liberia through the provision of food items, clothing and household items.

The insurgency in Northeast Nigeria has affected the populace including children and almost every strata of life, including education.

Working to improve access to Education, Partners of the InnerCity Mission constructed and commissioned a school facility in Yola, Adamawa state, Northeast Nigeria, extending The InnerCity Mission network of schools to 6 centers in Nigeria alone.