Girl Child Empowerment and Reproductive Health Initiative (GREP)
The organization focuses on
HIV, TB, Malaria, MNCH
Vision of the organization
GREP Envisage a society where every one has equal opportunity
Summary Description of your Organization
The Girl Child Empowerment & Reproductive Health Initiative (GREP) is a Non-profit Non-governmental organization operating in Bayelsa state and the Niger Delta Region, Founded in February 2003 and incorporated in September 2008 with cooperate affairs commission Abuja Nigeria. Our aim is to uplift the status of the Girl Child/Youths in the area of Education, Reproductive Health, Child Survival, and Good Governance and to promote Sustainable Development Initiatives through Public Private Partnership. GREP is located at no 5, Ompadec Road Amarata, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.
Our partners include: European Union EU, (European union), CHEVERON, NDDC, (Niger Delta Development Cooperation), Bayelsa State Ministry of Health, Ministry Women Affairs, (SFH) Society for Family, (CISHAN) Civil Society working for HIV & AIDS, (AONN) Association for Orphans and Vulnerable Children, (MSH) Management Science for Health, Afri-Care , PACT(REACH) (Rapid and Effective Action Combating HIV & AIDS) PACT (PROMOT) Project, (FHI 360) Family Health International
GREP with the aid of her partners has carried out a lot of developmental projects in communities in Bayelsa and the Niger Delta, some of which are: Community Mobilization and Sensitization on HIV/AID Prevalence, Treatment and Support in Bayelsa State, training of CBOs, FBOs, Home base care for people infected and affected with HIV&AIDS, Community Referrals and Linkages to Health Facilities and Support Groups, HTC, provision of Psychosocial support, Etc.
GREP has worked closely with community stakeholders, Health Facilities, Ministry of Heath, Implementing partners etc. in 6 Local Government Area (Brass, Southern Ijaw, Ekeremor, Sagbama, Yenagoa and Kolokuma/Opokuma) of Bayelsa State and 28 communities on HIV Related activities, referrals and linkages to Health Facilities and capacity building.