Children section
This section is divided into 2 units
(a)    Child Protection Outreach for Children
Our activities of Child protection has been quite eventful with GenDi going into partnership with various agencies and organization with the motive of uplifting the potentials in children, most especially the girl child.  There are various forms of donations to homes, schools, needy children, vocational empowerment for children, home tracing activities, campaigns and awareness creation, etc

Distribution of writing materials at Asaya lokooji

Distribution of writing materials at Asaya lokooji

Distribution of writing materials at Asaya lokooji

Faces of some of the beneficiaries of GenDi interventions are covered in some of the images below to avoid stigmatizations and social embarrassment to the beneficiaries concerned.

Titilayo Kujero,a 13 year old girl, put to bed on Tuesday 11th October,2011 at Mercy Group Hospital, Onikolobo Abeokuta through a caesarian session. She was discharged from the hospital on the 29th October, 2011, but has not been permitted to return home due to non-payment of the hospital bill. Only N40,000 has been paid out of N110,000.



Yusuf Sikiru, an indigene of Asaya lokooji of Obafemi Owode Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria was sighted by GenDi and STAC at Asaya Lokooji some few days back while at the village for empowerment programme.

He was identified in the village as an Orphan and Vilnerable (OVC). He is 25 years but looks, acts and behaves like a child of less than 10 years. He is mentally challenged. He was brought to Federal Medical centre, Idi Aba, Abeokuta by STAC and GenDi where he is undergoing medical treatment.





Raising awareness and preventing child sexual abuse as part of the programmes of GenDi for school children
Children sitting round the GenDi and STACDI Team (Osse Mathew and Olayemi Olagboye) during the foundation laying of the community school in Asaya Lokooji area of Owode, Ogun state (picture shows school children on the permanent site)

The children section started with the main objective of empowering children. As part of our activities, we sensitize, prevent and respond to exploitation, abuse/violence and neglect: with commitment to ensuring protection of all children in our society.

(b) “4” Kids TV Programme
The Programme “4 Kids” became necessary as a result of societal lack of awareness and implementation of the convention on the rights of the child in which the basic rights of children were highlighted. Hence “4 Kids” was used to enlightened members of the society on the need to be alive to the protection of the rights of children.

The actors are mainly children and youths; this, in addition to sensitizing them on their rights also helps in training them to take leadership roles at various levels. It also emboldens then in the art of public speaking, presentation, and audience management.

The programme enables children to be responsible to their rights. It was shown on NTA Ado Ekiti , Ekiti State Television (EKTV) Ado-Ekiti and NTA Abeokuta.