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Evaluation/review meeting

by Emily Ranna Yinala

2018-12-17



SELL RESOURCE TEAM CHART WAY FORWARD WITH PRISON WELFARE STAFF BAUCHI COMMAND Following the outcome of the programme conducted to Bauchi prison inmates, SELL Resource team held evaluation meeting with the prison welfare staff to review work done and also look at possible areas of collaborations in the ensuing year. While welcoming the representatives of Bauchi Prisons for the review meeting, Hausa Coordinator of the foundation Mr. John Jiddere appreciates profoundly the Controller of Prisons Bauchi state for his willingness to continue to work towards reformation of the inmates towards reintegrating into the society. SELL foundation shares in this vision and will continue to play active role at ensuring that this noble vision is actualized for the greater benefit of the people. Having reviewed the work done so far, the foundation expressed commitment to continuous collaboration with the Prison authority for the common good of the prison inmates in the coming year.


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Thanks for visiting our site. The SELL Foundation run a programme called the Sharing Education and Learning for Life (SELL) Programme. It is a young adult Peace Building and Human Development Programme that has a very gentle approach of engaging young adults in participatory learning. We have a dream of an inclusive and tolerant world – a big dream we know!

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VISION:
Young people with compassionate hearts building peaceful community.

MISSION:
As a team of equals, we at SELL Foundation, seek to build families and communities of justice, freedom and peace through the shared experiences of young people as agents of change.

CORE VALUES:
Respect, Integrity, Accountability, Service, Dedication to Duty.


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