Life Helpers Initiative (LHI) is a Nigerian national Non-Governmental, registered in
Nigeria and working in different States of the country especially in North west and
North east.
In pursuit of its organization’s Health objectives, LHI is pursuing a partnership with one
of the development partners in the country, where we shall be conducting a skilled based
training for Health workers in the different Primary Health Center in different wards of
different Local Government Areas of Sokoto, Kebbi and Bauchi States in the following
1. High impact child health interventions in line with the Integrated Management of
Childhood Illnesses (IMCI) strategy
2. Nutrition (Exclusive Breastfeeding (EBF) and Infant and Young Child Feeding
3. Malaria case management (IPT, mRDT and treatment)
4. Routine immunization and microplanning
To ensure an effective and efficient training outcome, LHI will likely open an office in
Bauchi, therefore LHI is seeking qualified male or female individuals for the following
1. State Team Lead.
2. Program Officer
3. Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
4. Finance & Admin Officer
Interested individuals are requested to forward their application and current CV on or
before 25th Feb 2020 to
recruitment@lhinigeria.org (RECRUITMENT@LHINIGERIA) and copy,
This request is both for internal and external candidates. Your application subject
should please indicate the position being applied for. Kindly note that it is only
qualified application that shall be contacted further.
LHI is a gender friendly organisation, qualified women are encouraged to apply


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UNICEF, introduced the Girls for Girls Project in August 2017 and with support from The Zamfara State Government and Life Helpers Initiative has succeeded in enrolling 4,099 girls in schools.

The project is centered on educating and ensuring that girls are retained in school from the upper primary to Junior secondary school as it is no longer news that female children in the Northern part of the country are not allowed to go to school and even if allowed aren’t retained in schools as they prefer hawking petty things or stay at home for domestic chores.

The G4G project has been designed in such a way that mentors are attached to a group of girls in their schools and meetings are held from time to time to educate them on the G4G manual which contains topics like confidence, self-worth and more.

4,099 girls’ enrollment were spread to 100 selected schools in six Local Government Areas of Anka, Talatu-Mafara, Shinkafi, Kaura-Namoda, Bugudu and Tsafe.

The most interesting part of the G4G is that out of the 4,099 girls, 960 among them were trained on social, vocational and health based issues.



The Executive Director, Life Helpers Initiative explained in details at the Media dialogue meeting held at Zamfara

We are very much aware of the possibilities; very persuaded that if the necessary conditions girls can emerge from the woods of education depravity and begin to better be set to meet the challenges of their immediate future. Following the enrolment of girls into the G4G Groups, the commencement of the weekly Life Skills development, a 5 days Leadership Training was held for the student group leaders during which key basic leadership skills were impacted to these young girls along with other Life Skills, Health related topics.


One key activity was the training of the girls on vocational skills, which could serve as an impetus for the young fertile minds to be self sufficient. Nasara Shittu a 13 years old from Ummu Hattu Mumini Jangeru Shinkafi LGA, took hold of the knowledge on bead making within a short period of time and being determined, Nasara was able to hand make necklaces with beads and earrings from the materials she was given to take home from the training.

Even though Hauwa’u Abdullahi is a 12-year-old schooling at Badamo Model Primary School Jangeru, Shinkafi LGA , she took up the challenge of teaching other girls. She intends to take advantage of the festive period to sell her bead work. Hauwa’u said “I bought stones for the bead work myself through the support I got from my parents but kept the strings from the training to make these colorful beads and I enjoy making them, I’m happy that I know something else aside assisting with house chores and learning ABC’ she concluded.

Hauwa’u Abdullahi


For Zaraú Basiru a 15-year-old resident of the same Jangeru community, who also attended the training, a student of Ummu Hattu Mumini IQS, said she mastered more the slippers while the training was going on with a determined mind that with this knowledge she wont walk barefooted to school again. I thank Allah for the G4G Project


Adama Dan Maiya, a 20 years old mother of one from Unguwar Narba in (Kardi community) of Birnin-Kebbi, Kebbi State; benefitted from the Income generation aspect of Feed the Future Nigeria Livelihood Project and was issued a grant of N30,000 out of which she used N11,000 in purchasing some chemicals for pomade production.

Adama has been able to successfully manage her pomade business.

During the course of the project intervention, we had earlier helped her to set up a sewing business for quite some time; N15, 000 of the grant received was used to purchase another sewing machine to boost her business. Being a member of the Savings and Internal Lending Community she has saved the sum of N16,000.

Through our multi-facet livelihood interventions, Adama’s life has been greatly affected positively, as she and her child can now feed properly as well as provide for her parents.


LHI sponsored a Live Radio Talk-show focusing on the Girl-child education and the G4G program. The show which was held at Zamfara Radio in Zamfara State where LHI is implementing the Girls For Girls(G4G) program, had in attendance key partners from ZSUBEB, SAME and LHI’s G4G Program Officer.

The radio show was a platform to deliberate and enlighten people in the state on the challenges faced by the girl-child in terms of education, strategies being put in place to solve these problems  and the importance of educating females in Rural communities. The one hour program was also a platform for  listeners within the state to phone in and render their opinions on Girl-child education.