Source is Presidential Committee on the North East Initiative

Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction. . . James 1:27


We are privileged to have these outstanding Nigerian partners working with Personhood Alliance:



Nigerian Project Leader and Immunologist: Dr. Ekene Osakwe (Humphrey – Fulbright Fellow, CDC, Emory University) is the visionary which God has called to establish these much-needed homes for those most despised by the world.


Through the initiative of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, the government of Nigeria, working through the Presidential Committee on the North-East Initiative (PCNI), has offered its full support in aiding our efforts to reach these girls by providing armed convoys and security to protect our "boots on the ground". Personhood Alliance is proud to be an acknowledged stakeholder registered by the government for this project.


ECWA (Evangelical Church Winning All) with over 1800 churches in NE Nigeria is the largest denomination in the affected region of conflict. Pastor Stephen Panya Baba, Executive Director of ECWA and former Director of Evangelical Missionary Society (EMS), has committed a substantial amount of expertise and resources toward ministry to these women.


The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) is one of the largest denominations in Nigeria. Through the vision of Pastor Tunde Benjamins-Laniyi of RCCG The Throne Room, Abuja, the churches of the Nigerian capital city of Abuja are being mobilized to reach the estimated 2.4 million Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in and around the capital city and provide shelter, counseling and health services to those women dealing with Gender Based Sexual Violence.


The international activist of "Bring Back Our Girls" campaign, Bukky Shonibare, lends to us her extensive knowledge of working for the release of women held captive to Gender-Based Violence. She continues to work as an advocate on behalf of girls escaping from the Boko Haram and ensuring that they receive a solid education and skills training.


Madame Jummai Madaki – Association for Life of Africa (AFLA) National Director and responsible for oversight of Regional Pregnancy Resource counselors and safehome ministries in Jos, Nigeria (our base of operations for the Houses of Refuge.)

Our U.S. Based Stakeholders


Dr.Patricia McEwen of Doctors for Life Int'l- S.A.

Dr. McEwen has worked extensively throughout the African continent to bring medical aid and spiritual comfort to people in remote areas of need. 




Daphne Nicely is the Executive Director of the Morning Center of Atlanta. With decades of ministry with women facing crisis pregnancy she brings a depth of experience and training to our partners in the field.


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The Darling Princess works to advance the personhood message by bringing anti-human-trafficking and pro-life logic to the table at the same time. The inextricable link between the two is the degradation of human dignity and dehumanization that prevails in a hedonistic culture.


A new Christ-centered pro-life approach to the challenges that we face in the 21st Century to the sanctity of life and human dignity.


Please consider a timely donation to help provide safety and comfort to these young widows and their children.