On the 21st day of August, 2017, officials of the Christian Rural Development Association of Nigeria, CRUDAN, visited ANEEJ.

From the 17th – 18th of August, 2017,  ANEEJ Charles Iyare conducted a Training of Trainers, ToT, program for lecturers and professors drawn from universities across Nigeria.  As a consequence of that training programme of the Bread for the World, these officials from CRUDAN, Blessing N. Hamman, Assistant Coordinator and Ada Ichoja, National Coordinator, were mandated by their organizations to visit partners who are involved in the application of the Do No Harm ethics and ethos in their respective organizations. This particular visit focussed on finding  out how ANEEJ has mainstreamed the DO NO HARM approach into its projects and programs.


           CRUDAN ambassadors, Blessing N. Hamman and Ada Ichoja

ANEEJ Deputy Executive Director, Comrade Leo Atakpu made a brief address of welcome after which he invited the do no harm ambassador to make a presentation.


  ANEEJ Deputy Executive Director, Comrade Leo Atakpu giving a brief welcome address.

On hand to receive the August guests was the ANEEJ Executive Director, the Rev David Ugolor, together with management and staff.


ANEEJ Executive Director, the Rev David Ugolor discussing the ANEEJ Do No Harm approach.

 The representative of the Do No Harm Ada Ichoja said that the objective of the visit is predicated on the need of the Do No Harm network to physically connect with organizations in the network and find out how they have been able to mainstream Do No Harm.

ANEEJ Executive Director Rev David Ugolor said he was happy to receive the CRUDAN officials and gave an extensive overview of the Do No Harm in ANEEJ policy manual to be presented to the ANEEJ board for consideration and eventual ratification.


     Group photograph of ANEEJ staff with CRUDAN ambassadors