Welcome To Genius Hub Global Initiative
At Genius Hub Global Initiative we use communication for development (C4D) in our approach to reducing social vices, such as human trafficking and irregular migration, creating awareness on available livelihood opportunities as alternative to irregular migration, promoting socio-economic growth through skills acquisition, entrepreneurship development and access to market, women and girls empowerment, re-integration of returned irregular migrants, providing psychosocial support to victims of human trafficking and irregular migration, and business support through facilitating loans and grants.
Genius Hub Global Initiative is National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) certified and Industrial Training Fund (ITF) certified centre for skills development as well as a GIZ (German Society for International Cooperation GmbH) training partner. Genius Hub Global Initiative is the local implementing partner for the UK-Cabinet Office, MADE-DAI (Market Development in the Niger Delta), British America Tobacco Nigeria Foundation (BATNF), National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Person (NAPTIP), Edo State Skills Development Agency (EdoJobs), Edo State Task Force Against Human Trafficking (ETAHT) and Industrial Training Fund (ITF).
” Through your support, we have had about 300% increment in training opportunities, 200% in community engagement and empowerment, executed projects in 9 more local government areas making a total of 14 LGAs, training over 3,400 persons, engaged over 5,000 students and vulnerable members of over 31 communities.
With a renewed and focused passion, we aim to reach at least 10,000 more beneficiaries by the end of 2019; From the launch of our Dream Centre (fashion factory) kicking off this year, we will begin mass producing and facilitating access to more markets, charting the course for more reintegration techniques, and achieving Sustainable Development Goals across all levels.”
Genius Hub Global Initiative is contributing to solving the
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 1,2,4,5,8 and 17
- , Engaged over 5,000 students
- vulnerable members of over 31 communities