The organization has worked with governement and other partners in states like Kaduna to increase school enrollment especially among girls and other vulnerable groups. It also promoted and created awareness among community members on the importance of education. The ICWYI has been working with key stakeholders in building the capacity of school teachers including incorporation of Family Life and Health Education (FLHE) in the school curricular.
• 2009 – 2013
ICWYI trained 500 youths in computer training. The trainings were conducted in Khemsafe Computer Institute, Unity Bank Staff Training Center and Kaduna Community Resource Centre.
ICWYI conducted trainings for 40 teachers on HIV education under the Family Life HIV/AIDS Education (FLHE) & Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission (E-MTCT) of HIV, TB & Malaria Prevention Programme.
ICWYI collaborated with the National Directorate for Employment (NDE) to train 200 women in Kaduna and Kano States, among whom 30% were physically challenged, on vocation skills such as bead making; production of local spices, tie and dye; interior decoration; knitting; and traditional confectionery.
• 2015 – 2017
ICWYI re-enrolled ……vulnerable children into primary and secondary schools under the STEER project.