Documentation and Local Content
GRA will continue to document and report human angle situations in Nigeria Northeast mostly affected by the Boko Haram conflict. The community-led assessments and data mapping focuses on issues, challenges and needs of the internally displaced persons and local actors aimed expanding the civic space and promoting the quality of human life at the local level.
Datification and System Evaluation
Databasing and evaluation of intervention systems including strategies and processes is being mainstreamed to reflect the context and dynamics of issues around socio economic development, climate change, local governance, conflict, security and transitional justice.
Impact and Need Assessments
Central to all our activities is evidence-based programme approaches to provide durable solutions to underlying grassroots issues. GRA conducts needs assessments, community-led analysis and action planning for inclusive and increased access to services by vulnerable groups with focus on human rights, climates change, security and governance issues. Our goal is to highlight gaps for effective programming.
Counseling and Pro-bono services
Using multi-sector approach, we work with mental health experts, psychologists and social workers to provide trauma and psychosocial support services to survivors, victims and families of missing persons and human rights violations. Also, through its team of pro-bono lawyers, GRA provides pro-bono legal support services to victims of human rights violations and abuses and also utilize non judicial processes including ADR approaches to resolve potential and existing conflicts in northeast Nigeria.