GPI will in the strategic plan period provide health, social and economic services to its various target groups that are in need of those services. The communication strategy will be implemented to give information, create awareness on available services and generate demand for these services among the various groups in need.
The services will be preventive, curative, rehabilitative and reintegrating to reduce spread and impact of diseases while also providing opportunities for a new life for the victims of all forms of violence and abuse and trafficking.
The services will be provided at designated outlets established by GPI and facilities operated by other partners including Primary Health Care Centres (LGA), Ministry of Health, Ministry of Women Affairs, National Agency for the Prevention of Trafficking In Persons (NAPTIP), Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Education, Federation of International Lawyers (FIDA), Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Nigerian Police, other NGOs and Private Nursery and Primary and Secondary Schools. GPI will engage with public and Private schools to provide support for education or subsidized educational services to indigent girls as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility.
GPI will facilitate access of the various service providers to the required training to increase their knowledge and capacity in providing the needed quality services. The components of GPI services are as follow
- General Counseling,
- Career Counseling
- Library services
- Financial and Business management technical services
- Care and Support Services including Educational, psycho-social, nutrition, health, etc (for vulnerable children)
- Trauma Counseling
- Rescue, Rehabilitation and re-integration
- Economic support services
- HIV Counseling and Testing
Referral (Legal Aid, health etc)