Imperative Initiative for Motivation of Global Care IIMGC

(Unverified non-profit organisation)

BACKGROUND:
Imperative Initiative for Motivation of Global Care (IIMGC) is an International human right, development and empowerment Non-Governmental Organization registered in Nigeria with special interests in vulnerable population, health, education and economic empowerment. The organization has a retinue of well-trained volunteer personnel with core competencies in the afore-mentioned areas and with past experiences therein.

HOW WE WORK:
We perform a vast array of humanitarian services through our competent coalition partners known as Sustainable Economic Empowerment Development Scheme (SEEDS) Coalition, created by our organization. We organize and partner with reliable NGOs/CBOs and other private/international organizations etc. To provide a more economical yet innovative strategy on Human Development (HD) and Sustainable Projects (SP) from start to finish. Members connect, learn and accomplish shared goals for public good and personal development. We offer opportunities for our partners to learn about potential community needs and benefits. Together we develop strategic skills and collaborate to develop solutions. We believe in team work because we can achieve more towards a common vision.

OUR INTEREST:
We are particularly interested in developing people as well as institutions for a holistic uplifting of standard of living, quality of life and dedicated to fight for the rights of women, children and youths by building strong peaceful communities globally that provide people with an opportunity to earn a dignified living, raise healthy families for a better generation. This process is achieved through capacity building, volunteer network with grassroots organizations, coalition networks and by forging linkages among government, business and the citizen sectors to achieve social, health, economic and environmental justice.

OUR MISSION:
To uphold the dignity of human principle geared towards lifting humanity to its full intellectual pinnacle with creative capacity to produce wealth with ultimate attainment of peace and individual fulfilment through sustainable development and to provide a safe world free from injustice.

OUR VISION:
Our vision is to assist and enrich the lives of the people, socially, economically and morally.

GOAL:
To establish and promote a medium to advocate human right, to foster unity, development in people’s lives. The inclusion of women voices at all levels of policy-making, bringing peace, sustainable development in grassroots communities and the world at large which will help us completely curb, eradicate poverty, war and neglect of the people’s right. IIMGC provides aids an alternative ways of survival through skill training and by engaging them in several activities, which will empower and help them become to fully self-sustainable

OUR OBJECTIVES:

1. To promote the recognition and respect for human rights
especially the rights of women, children and members of their
families.

2. To provide lifesaving, economic, educational and empowerment
training for children, women and youths as well as local
communities/grassroots/urban/slums etc.

3. To provide trainings/programs/projects/contracts/partnership
for CBOs/NGOs/LGRNGOs/Associations/Faith based organizations/
and Coalitions etc.

4. To provide a platform for partnership on businesses that meets
our objectives e.g. Agriculture, Mining, Real-estate
properties, Education, poultry etc.

5. To engage in humanitarian public services for developments and
sustainable livelihood.

6. To collaborate with coalition members for the development and
promotion of a better livelihood for all.

7. To develop and implement sustainable projects to improve the
quality of education in early school, primary Schools,
Secondary schools as well as high institutions.

8. To engage younger generations about Climate change, Ecosystem,
importance of recycling, major causes of global warming and the
importance of maintaining a healthy environment.

9. To improve local community’s healthcare and participate in
healthcare programs/project that will improve the lives of the
people and benefit for all to advocate, participate and ensure
health and general social livelihood is protected and to
promote a sustainable health plan in partnership with the
relevant offices and stakeholders.

10. To Campaign for Child’s right to Education and improve the
quality of Education in urban and rural areas.

11. To forge partnership and collaborate with Government, local
communities, CBOs, NGOs, Coalitions and Private Sectors,
Embassies, High Commissions, Educational institutions, Medical
institutions etc.

12. To facilitate the efforts to promote empowerment especially women, development, peace and mobility, ethics and moral values, women rights associations and other relevant areas in advocating and mobilizing a network of volunteers that will assist in women development worldwide.

13. To advocate for the United Nations General Assembly adopted Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a bulwark against oppression and discrimination.

14. To campaign and ensure local communities are educated about the dangers of women and children trafficking, illegal migration, child labour, sex slavery, abuse and other forms of human right abuses.

15. To encourage youth’s participations in areas of development by advocating and assisting youths through empowerment, training and Skill acquisition/SME/ Micro-credit, cottage factories etc.

16. To assist and advocate and support physically challenged individuals through sustainable livelihood solutions/projects, healthcare and education etc.

17. To ensure sensitization of peace, education, health care and development in conflict affected areas and amongst the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and the general public.

18. To promote etiquette, cultural and moral values and ensure the
youths participate in social & economic development as well as
the promotion of ethics and values.

19. To promote, protect women rights, health, protect gender equality and inclusion of women voice e.g. Gender Based Violence (GBV)/ Violence against Women (VAW), Battery, Rape Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Girl-Child marriage etc, as well as To support, advocate, and campaign for Orphanage and Vulnerable Children (OVC) welfare.

20. To mobilize and invite a network of members/volunteers that
will render their voluntary services and assist in peace,
health, education, environment and socioeconomic development
worldwide etc.

21. To secure project funding’s, for practical sustainable
investments and developments as well as micro-loans etc.

22. To provide and outsource for investments in businesses that
will assist the Base of Pyramid (BOP) and maintain as well as
build infrastructure-developments and managements in
underserved communities

23. Promoting Wildlife Conservation and Preserving Endangered
Species

24. To promote and campaign for Heritage sites and Culture, Ethics and Value.

25. To improve and maintain at a high level, the environmental conditions and to promote their protection, carrying out activities together with relevant stakeholders regarding the importance of a non-polluted environment, avoiding disease outbreaks as well as improved health plans, develop a state of the art technology for maintaining a healthy and cleaner environment e.g. Water Sanitation & Health (WASH).

26. To participate in the implementation and innovative
environmental sustainable work practices as well as
long-lasting solutions of the following:

i. The effects of toxic waste which is not biodegradable, but
recyclable.
ii. To engage younger generations about Climate change, Ecosystem,
importance of recycling, major causes of global warming and the
importance of maintaining a healthy life style.
iii. To eradicate energy poverty by empowering women from rural
underserved communities that are most in need of safe and
affordable solar energy.

iv. To locally manufacture portable lamps, mobile phone chargers
and clean cook stoves, Solar powered grinding machines, rice
threshing machineries, cassava peeling & processing machines etc

v. To produce local methanogens plants for organic manure and
engage students in participating in economic breakthrough
strategies to create a leeway for clean energy technologies in
grassroots and underserved communities.

27. To promote research science and technology and engage in
technologies that will enhance and improve the economic and
total wellbeing of the communities especially the underserved
regions

28. To work in flexible and openness and to adopt new policies that
will further enhance and served our purposes and objectives as
well as develop, promote and fully participate in socio-
economic developments and investments for sustainable
maintenance of program/projects and preservation of the
organization mission, visions, objectives and goals etc.

29. To engage, invite and develop in local and foreign investments
platforms for a sustainable growth and economy boost that will
serve, create jobs, provide education reliefs/scholarships,
increase the environmental health & safety and ensure the
maximization of standardized investment operations.

30. To participate in internship programs/projects as well
encourage students/beneficiaries in socioeconomic and human
development, career growth and personal development.

31. To maximize production, introduce new concepts in technology
and engineering distribution on health, education, economic
boost and livelihood sustenance etc.

HOW WE CONTRIBUTE:
IIMGC believes in sustainability hence all our programs are geared towards a holistic approach to interventions after ascertaining particular needs. Since poverty and factors bringing it about are interrelated and most times interwoven, solving just a particular problem is not enough but attacking the root of poverty before it spreads its ugly tentacles on the general wellbeing of a society. Poverty, if not widely and systematically curbed, normally spills into other aspects of life sometimes rendering a particular intervention useless. Having explored in trajectory the devastating effects of poverty in Nigeria, especially in regions were majority are living in less than $ 0.50 Cent Dollar per day. We contribute through research & development (RD), Partnership Humanitarian Investment Projects (PHI), we also contribute through spreading access to education and engaging science and technology agencies such as (NASENI) as well as participating with Microfinance institutes/banks in micro/agro credit loans for the Base of Pyramid (BoP). Speaking on the BOP level we provide

OUR PROGRAMS:
Our Program has been uniquely designed to assist and rescue communities from neglect, health, environment, economy, financial deprivation, and social injustice into transition to sustaining environment. Our method of assistance is to contribute first-hand direct/indirect support. However we work in realistic achievable goals by identifying a project which combines our interests to strengthen and improve the underserved communities. This informs the IIMGC Chart Action Plan (ICAP) such that it brings about maximum impact as well as maximum sustainability effect.

PROJECTS:
Selected target communities are all locations where immediate interventions are highly needed in the six geopolitical zones, Nigeria. All IIMGC Project(s) are strategically planned and has a multiplier effects under the Global Impact Africa Framework (GIAF) and Humanitarian and Socio-economic & Health Empowerment Schemes (HUMSOHES) with the help of its professional consultants and Coalition partners known as SEEDS.

RATIONALE:
Before we approach a potential project we analyses every given aspect of the objectives, therefore we apply sustainable, measurable, achievable, time and cost effective approach through the following measures:

Questions are raised about every intervention and how we address the community needs. We review, balance, develop projects and interventions through the following assessment analysis:
1. Is the intervention necessary, if it is will the intervention
address the problems?
2. Does it have a multiplier effect and if it does how it does
benefit the community whilst maintaining the set objectives and
goal.
3. Is it sustainable?
5. Does is require funding/grant making/fundraising and if it does
how much of the funds is required?
7. Who will participate in the interventions?
8. How is the progress reviewed?
9. Will the progress reports be constant during projects?
10. Once the project has started, how often does the monitoring
team assess the progression of the project?
11. Will it have a conclusive and sustainable effect?

However before any rational decision is drawn from any project, efforts must be made to ascertain the outcome of the intervention as not all interventions turn out to be effective as many end up causing more damage than good.

Therefore, IIMGC considers proper program/project evaluation more effective and this explains why the effect and impact of any project, can best be described as a cyclical process, because a good project evaluation brings up lessons and insights that can be used to improve existing projects and to formulate more effective projects in the future. If a project is one building block of a larger program, the entire program will benefit from those lessons learned, and the next phase of the program can be designed on the basis of the experience gained.

So one should not really draw a circle to describe this, but a three-dimensional spiral, a staircase going up and around e.g what makes a good project? There are three yardsticks to measure the quality of a project:

1. Does it really tackle the problem it sets out to address?
2. Does the project have a credible “entry point”?
3. Is it sustainable? Can it go on delivering its benefits after the external assistance has come to an end?

IIMGC’s approach is not entirely based on needs assessment but also keeping a close watch on potential risks. Lack of proper project implementation might cause the eruption of a more devastating effect ranging from the following:
1. Ethnic/communal/political clashes over who gets intervention and aid/support.
2. Improper data assessment/ mapping leading to insufficient/ less community reach and eventually a Low-quality target interventions.
3. Like the case of the IDPs, if the following are not put in place example hygiene/ sensitization/ stigma/ food/education etc can lead to more devastating effect like disease outbreaks, clash and eventually death.

Due to the effect of poverty as earlier mentioned we assume all program should perhaps be approached using the law of indices in other to maintain quality and deliver a sound project. IIMGC proposes a detailed project from start to finish that does not have a vague or ambiguous result.
The following methods are applied during processing
• Evidence of logical planning;
• Monitoring and Evaluation of activities and results;
• Financial reliability;
• A good exit strategy or handover to the community after ensuring sustainability.

STATEMENTS:
Due to an urgent need to resuscitate and recognize critical areas of highly needed interventions that will promote renewable energy, promote health, human rights, environment, education, food security, peace building, promote human development which sadly Nigeria; according to the results of the report of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has released in 2015 report on global human development and Nigeria’s performance remains obstinately stagnant. As the current country’s economic activities continues to weaken according to Thisday Newspaper article of May 23, 2016 edition “the nation’s economy performed woefully as well, as unemployment rate rose to 12.1 per cent in Q1 2016 from 10.4 per cent in Q4 2015.

Underemployment also increased to 19.1 per cent from 18.7 per cent in the last quarter of 2015. The poor job numbers were on the back of 1.9 per cent expansion in the country’s labour force as well as 340,000 net reduction in the number of persons in full-time employment. This could be attributed to the inherent weaknesses in the Nigerian economy which is clearly having a toll on businesses and the nation’s ability to create jobs for its teeming young population,” the NBS said”.

Which signifies an urgent need to boost economy as well as diversify wealth locally in the grassroots in a constant multiplication of growths and success. Although this era of economic hardship/crisis, as explained and felt by the general public, can be turned into an avenue to encourage Nigerians to join efforts, by supporting the government initiatives, enhance citizen sectors, strengthen participation in decision making, mainstreaming gender participation into projects and programs, maintain peace, law & order and engage in socio-economic participation for a practical achievable goals.

By partnering with other international and local partners, local and international Consulting firms, MDAs, Embassies, High Commissions, CBOs, CSOs, NGOs, faith based associations, and communities in other to form a formidable team to solve this most critical problems. We further enhance our focus in specific humanitarian expertise and networks to contribute to the quality and coherence of initiatives in a number of focus sectors with the overall aim to improve the effectiveness of our humanitarian development schemes.

OUR COMMITMENTS:
Committed to provide standard knowledge and skills for the underserved and by securing project funding for the purpose of Humanitarian Sustainable Development Projects (HUSDEP)

ACHIEVEMENTS:
1. Successfully entered into partnership with National Agency for
Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) for
Manufacturing, Engineering, Research & Training, and Extension
Services worth Two Billion USD dollars ($2, 000, 000, 000.00)
Sustainable Development Scheme referred to as “SDS project “.
To partner and synergize in order to bring peace and
sustainable development to local communities and help eradicate
poverty, war and the neglect of human right under the Global
Impact Africa Framework (GIAF) and Humanitarian and Socio-
economic & Health Empowerment Schemes (HUMSOHES) framework.
2. Paid a courtesy visit to the Zazzau Emirate council and spoke
with His Royal Highness (HRH) Dr Shehu Idris.
3. Successfully entered into partnership with Zaria Local
Government for Women Empowerment and Adaptation for Climate
Change (WEACLIC)
4. Conducted an advocacy visit to the orphanage at Tukur Tukur,
Zaria Kaduna State.
5. Conducted an advocacy visit to Beth Torrey Orphanage home for
the physically challenged.
6. Has successfully carried out an ongoing intervention for
poverty alleviation at Kawu Community Bwari FCT.
7. Successfully paid an advocacy visit to the Village head at Maje
Community at Suleja local government Minna Niger State.
8. Successfully conducted a mapping & partnership arrangement with
Ministry of Environment and Forestry for a Socio-Economic,
Environment Awareness &Training for the Grassroots (SEEATRAG)
9. Has entered into partnership with Environmental Health
Officers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (EHORECON) for a
practical knowledge involvement in personal health, animal
health, microbiology, provision of water etc. and conduct
trainings/campaigns on health activities, providing
professional advice and guidance, thereby gaining community
confidence and encouraging participation. As well as maintained
close contact with community.
10. Has successfully partnered with Nigeria-Brazil Centre for
Business, Culture and Cooperation (NBCB) all over Latin America.
11. Has entered into partnership with Zaria Local Government in
Kaduna State and has made several impacts in communities.
12. Successfully conducted trainings on skill acquisition for
hundreds of participants over the last couple of years with
visible measured positive impact.
13. Successfully aided and supported members/volunteers with micro
credits, loans for various businesses as well as recouping same
from borrowers.
14. Successfully carried out various support/campaign intervention
in health, education, poverty alleviation in remote rural
communities around Abuja and Niger State with as a litmus to
taking it country wide.
15. Successfully carried out Human Right & Peace campaign and
advocacy across media other social networks to over 2.4 million
peace participants.
16. Successfully partnered with Youth Peace in Seoul, Korea as part
of our Peace Initiatives
17. Successfully partnered with an international organization
Insight Conflict.
18. Successfully carried out a HIV/AIDS prevention campaign.
19. A signatory to a Worldwide Charter for Fair International
Commerce; a global initiative that stands by businesses
adopting sustainability and fair trade known as International
Businesses Standards Organization (IBSO).
20. Has successfully carried out Human trafficking and Drug
trafficking awareness training

OUR CONSULTING FACILITIES:
Develop and facilitate work in all Latin American countries through the following activities:

1. Prospect and assist with the procurement of best technologies
and research that enable the social projects in the eradication
and alleviation of poverty; Sourcing for the right technology
from USA, ASIA, EU and Latin America to assist projects.

2. Provide with studies and research of success cases of poverty
eradication in USA & Latin America and promote knowledge
sharing.

3. Liaise with authorities, agencies, entities in USA, ASIA, EU
and Latin America in order to facilitate the development,
preparation and implementation of projects and studies.

4. Liaise with USA, ASIA, EU and Latin American countries on
technology and equipment providers for project SDS etc.

5. Connecting with the right government ministries, departments
and agencies in USA, ASIA, EU and Latin American countries
that may translate to awarding grants and for business
investments as well as humanitarian projects etc.

6. Provide high level information to buttress knowledge sharing
etc.

7. Provide international connection and knowledge sharing with
Local Government and Community

8. Provide with information and assistance for sourcing for
financial aids or grants.

9. Provide with investors from Brazil and Latin America/USA/Asia/ EU seeking to invest in Nigeria as well as provide willing partners interested to partner with local Nigerian contents for sustainable development schemes and in areas of oil & gas, real estate, departmental stores/malls, Micro-finance Banks, Mining/Agriculture etc.

10. Research and study of ecosystem degradation for the underserved poor who are the most vulnerable to ecosystem changes which leaves them exposed to natural and human disasters such as drought, famine and floods, oil spill; which threatens the aquatic and human habitats. This vulnerability is exacerbated by the fact that the poor also frequently live in areas that are already degraded or threatened, of low productivity (e.g. dry lands), high vulnerability, lake chad crisis (e.g. flood prone areas and some coastal zones), and lack the institutional and financial buffers that could help them manage stresses and shocks. These increasing pressures have heightened the risk of civil unrest, conflict, displacement and migration

11. Capitalize on the South-South Cooperation agenda to boost IIMGC organizational goals. (South-South cooperation is a broad framework for collaboration among countries of the South in the political, economic, social, cultural, environmental and technical domains. Involving two or more developing countries, it can take place on a bilateral, regional, sub-regional or interregional basis. Developing countries share knowledge, skills, expertise and resources to meet their development goals through concerted efforts. Recent developments in South-South cooperation have taken the form of increased volume of South-South trade, South-South flows of foreign direct investment, movements towards regional integration, technology transfers, sharing of solutions and experts, and other forms of exchanges. Collaboration in which traditional donor countries and multilateral organizations facilitate South-South initiatives through the provision of funding, training, and management and technological systems as well as other forms of support is referred to as triangular cooperation).

12. IIMGC provides with high-level Non-profit and for Profit contacts and networking to facilitate our projects etc.

13. Provide a platform for NGO’s/CBO’s, authorities, agencies and stakeholders collaboration to combat Human Trafficking (HT), Drug Trafficking (DT) and address issues related to it etc.

14. Collaborating to provide fundraising strategies etc.

15. To join efforts with the government to improve performance of the economy in a sustained implementation of a sound fiscal policy dovetailed into human capital and infrastructure development.

16. Policies related to diversification which key focuses are on crop rotation to increase productivity, as well as improving the production of traditional food crops such as cassava, cowpeas, plantains, and bananas rather than promoting the growth of more precarious cash crops. These crops tend to be at the core of farming systems among the rural poor and are generally more drought resistant and can survive under poor soil conditions. Improving the productivity and marketing of these crops promotes food and income security among rural households.

17. Provide investors from USA, ASIA, EU and Latin American investors seeking to invest in Nigeria as well as willing partners interested to partner for sustainable development schemes and in areas of the following:

1. Environment: Oil remediation and Ecosystem research and
management
2. Natural Resources: Oil & gas
3. Development and Infrastructure: Real estate, departmental
stores/malls.
4. Finance Experts: Micro-finance Banks, Micro Credits, and
Grants/Bonds/Instruments for facilitating contracts on
infrastructural developments.
5. Mining: Solid Minerals & Mining
6. Agriculture: Mechanized and Semi-Mechanized, Large Scale, Small
Scale, Community and individual farming e.g poultry,
7. Transportation: Water Resources, Inland Waterways, Aviation,
Railways, Shipping.
8. Research & Development: Research and development in science and
technology.
9. Investments: Foreign investment partnership
10. Conflict Resolution& Management: Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Structured
11. Projects for transition to sustainable livelihood.

IIMGC through multinational companies, multinational enterprises, NGOs, CBOs, MDAs, High Commissions, Embassies, Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs), petty traders, small-scale farmers, large scale mechanized farmers, banks, microfinance banks, service men and women etc, shall have equal opportunities to go beyond borders, as well as participate in social, economic, education, health, security and climate change projects, summits, forums, conferences and seminars etc.

ABOUT GIAF FRAMEWORK:
GIAF initiative is a framework for international co-operation and development on joint action for global solidarity, consultancy and intervention among local communities involving global leaders, global religious leaders, foreign and local authorities, local and foreign investors as well as sponsors in different countries that share common goals with the IIMGC and UN-SDGs goals and objectives to join efforts in addressing major causes major unsettling issues in Nigeria, Africa and the world over.

Although Global Impact Africa Framework (GIAF) was initiated with aim of engaging global leaders as well as regional authorities on addressing socio-economic crisis, human right, peace and security, food security, drug abuse/trafficking, water, agriculture, SMEs, Gender Based Violence (GBV), Violence Against Women (VAW) Global Warming, Youths & Sports, and reinforce the urgency to find lasting solutions to all. GIAF shall organize and maintain transparency and sustainability in all manners related to its activities and shall seek the funding sources to support implementation of the above mentioned activities. IIMGC shall engage in organizing summits, seminars, forum and conferences for the purposes of the above mentions GIAF framework. IIMGC engages communities’ investment actors to stimulate the open market as well as using the marketing boards in partnership with communities, investors and stakeholder etc.

For example the agricultural department shall produce food crops and livestock which includes but not limited to orange, frozen chicken, snail, mushroom, potatoes, beans, soybeans, yams, rice, diaries etc. The health sector shall produce healthy nutritional packaged fruits, nuts, vegetables as well as water bottling business, which includes but not limited to juice and beverages etc.

IIMGC CONSULTACY PACKAGE FOR NGO PROJECTS:

1. Grants sourcing
2. Solar Energy Education Kits/ ICT/ Materials
3. Cassava Planter And Cassava Harvester/ Cassava Processor
4. Insemination And Multiplication Of Animals etc
5. Poultry
6. Sponsorship
7. Partnership
8. Fishery
9. Humanitarian Investment Projects etc
10. Family Farming etc
11. Agricultural Technology

FOR DIRECT INVESTMENTS:

1. Environment: Oil Remediation and Ewaste, Ecosystem Research
and Management
2. Natural Resources: Oil & Gas
3. Development and Infrastructure: Real Estate, Departmental
Stores/Malls.
4. Finance: Micro-Finance Banks, Micro Credits, Bonds/Instruments
for Facilitating Contracts on Infrastructural Developments.
5. Mining: Solid Minerals & Mining
6. Agriculture: Mechanized And Semi-Mechanized, Large Scale,
Small Scale, Community And Individual Farming E.G Poultry,
7. Transportation: Water Resources, Inland Waterways, Aviation,
Railways, Shipping.
8. Research: Research and Development in Science and Technology.
9. Investments: Foreign Investment Partnership

The above-mentioned are some of the areas we can work together and in partnership. IIMGC is open to welcome expertise new members, volunteers, patrons and sponsors interested to work with us. We are constantly seeking and sourcing for local/foreign competent, practical partners who are willing to participate in SDS projects example participating in the Ogoni Oil Spill Clean-up (O²cP) under environment and poverty alleviation schemes for the beneficiaries based on a free and mutually beneficial term of agreement and partnering to engage the youth’s socio-economic empowerment and development.

OUR PROMISE:
IIMGC share the same basic values more than ever for human rights, we share a common belief that all people deserve the opportunity to earn a dignified living, enjoy peace and tranquillity which is why we designed and planned an innovative yet sustainable solution to end poverty and poverty related issues. This gave rise to empowerment and training the next generations by empowering them to become self-sustained. Informed by our humanitarian care-based values, we creatively combine enlightened innovative strategies to business practices and entrepreneurial intellectuals to provide roads out of poverty trickling down to the Based of Pyramid (BoP) level. Our work is not done until it is proven to be sustainable, replicable, scalable and measurable. No wonder the scope and effectiveness of our programs has a positive amazing effect on people. In all we do we never fail to show respect for our partners, associates, well-wishers and people from all over the world. We hope you are touched by our work, at home and around the world.

“EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT”:
“The Organization is committed to providing equal intern/volunteer/employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected status with respect to recruitment, hiring, upgrades, training, promotion, and other terms and conditions of employment. This policy complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in intern/volunteer/employment.

The Organization values people from diverse backgrounds, working to create an open atmosphere of trust, honesty and respect.
Harassment or discrimination of any kind – including that involving race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, citizenship, disabilities, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other similarly protected status – is unacceptable. This principle applies to all aspects of intern/volunteer/employment, including recruitment, hiring, placement, transfer, promotion, layoff, recall, termination and other terms and conditions of intern/volunteer/employment.”

THANK YOU:
Thank you, for taking your time to read about us. We welcome you to connect together to break boundaries and create a global ripple effect for a better world and a greater future for our generations.
For: Imperative Initiative for Motivation of Global Care (IIMGC)

SYLVA XIW CLINTON
President IIMGC Non Profit
+2349099100287

Website

http://www.infoiimgc.wix.com/iimgc

Year established

14/11/2014

Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

Participant in relevant networks

• Has successfully entered into partnership with National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI)for a Two Billion USD dollars ($2, 000, 000, 000.00) Sustainable Development Scheme referred to as “SDS project “. To partner and synergize in order to bring peace and sustainable development to local communities and help eradicate poverty, war and the neglect of human right under the Global Impact Africa Framework (GIAF) and Humanitarian and Socio-economic & Health Empowerment Schemes (HUMSOHES) framework. • Has successfully partnered with Nigeria-Brazil Centre for Business, Culture and Cooperation (NBCB) all over Latin America • Successfully conducted trainings on skill acquisition for hundreds of participants over the last couple of years with visible measured positive impact. • Successfully aided and supported members/volunteers with micro credits, loans for various businesses as well as recouping same from borrowers. • Successfully carried out various support/campaign intervention in health, education, poverty alleviation in remote rural communities around Abuja and Niger State with as a litmus to taking it country wide. • Successfully carried out Human Right & Peace campaign and advocacy across media other social networks to over 2.4 million participants • Successfully partnered with Youth Peace in Seoul, Korea as part of our Peace Initiatives • Successfully partnered with an international organization Insight Conflict. • Successfully carried out a HIV/AIDS prevention campaign. • A signatory to a Worldwide Charter for Fair International Commerce; a global initiative that stands by businesses adopting sustainability and fair trade known as International Businesses Standards Organization (IBSO). • Has successfully carried out Human trafficking and Drug trafficking awareness training

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