What we do

  1. Data Collection and Analysis: We actively engage with citizens across the country, encouraging them to report incidents of insecurity happening in their neighborhoods. Our team of dedicated researchers carefully verifies and analyzes the collected data to ensure its accuracy and reliability.

  2. Incident Documentation: Every reported incident is meticulously documented in our comprehensive database. This information includes details such as location, date, type of violence, and any available evidence. Our database serves as a valuable resource for researchers, policymakers, and organizations working towards a safer Nigeria.

  3. Reporting and Advocacy: We utilize the data collected to generate reports and publications highlighting the scale and nature of insecurity in Nigeria. These reports are shared with government agencies, human rights organizations, and other stakeholders, urging them to take necessary action. Through our advocacy efforts, we strive to create awareness, spark dialogue, and drive policy changes.

  4. Community Engagement: We actively engage with local communities, conducting awareness campaigns, workshops, and training sessions on issues related to security and human rights. By empowering citizens with knowledge and tools, we aim to strengthen community resilience and foster a sense of collective responsibility in combating insecurity.