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COUNSELLING, TRAINING & REHABILITATION

HUMAN RIGHTS AWARENESS AND ADVOCACY – COURT LEGAL REPRESENTATION

JUSTICE FOR THE WEAK AND POOR

Operational Frame Work

ADVOCACY FOR THE SUPPORT OF PRISONERS AND INDIGENTS RIGHTS (ASPIR)

Our activities include advocating/representation in court, going to police stations and other relevant places on behalf of indigents/less privilege detainees, resolving conflicts out of court, advocating, organizing fundamental and civic rights awareness in urban and rural areas, counseling, presenting Jesus Christ salvation message to clients, disciple making of those saved, teaching, skill training acquisition, rehabilitating, confidence building, facilitating workshops and seminars, conferencing, empowering those that have acquired skills, distribution of food and clothing to indigents we are ministering to that have such needs.

The Board of Trustees is the highest policy making organ. It provides direction and focus for the organization. The Executive Director is responsible for the day to day operations of the organization. ASPIR mobilizes Churches, Organizations and individuals to be involved in supporting ASPIR.

We envision the poor gain justice and freedom (physically and spiritually), rehabilitated and empowered.

Our Identity

IDENTITY STATEMENT

ASPIR is a non-profit Christian organisation that advocates and supports prisoners and indigents (less privileged and the oppressed in the society).

CORE VALUES

  • Commitment to Service – making yourself available to those in need
  • Love and Care – showing compassion to those we meet
  • Integrity – being honest in day-to-day running
  • Team Work – working together to achieve a common purpose
  • Justice – treating people right.

PRIORITY AREAS

  • Facilities
  • Manpower
  • Finances
  • Partnership
  • Planning

VISION STATEMENT

We envision to be a dynamic non-profit Christian based organisation known for its advocacy and support of prisoners and indigents.

MISSION STATEMENT

To speak for and defend the rights of less privileged, prisoners and indigents to obtain justice and freedom.

Meritorious Diamond Award for National Development (MEDA 2013), presented to Barr. (Mrs.) Cecilia Joshua Tuwan, in recognition for her contribution to the Socio-economic Development of Nigeria through her field of endeavour, on 7th December, 2013.