A Million Steps to Educate Every Child
To mark the 10th year anniversary of City of Refuge – Friends Club (CORefuge), the Founder of the youth led organization Miss Nenpan Monday Zakka will embark on a marathon 120kilometres walk, tagged: A MILLION STEPS TO EDUCATE EVERY CHILD. read more
Raising a Million Mandelas
The major challenge casting shadows in my part of the world Nigeria, the most populated black nation on earth, has been the lack of education of our poor who easily become tools for mischief in the hands of manipulators. read more

City of Refuge - Friends' Club

It began with a thought in the mind of a country girl – the youth group called City of Refuge – Friends’ Club. Moved by the increasing vices, social injustice suffered by the poor, sense of purposelessness, the cult of mediocrity and moral decay among young people in her community, a country girl – without means, living in obscurity – dared the situation by inviting a group of young persons for a chat at the Pankshin Hilltop of Jos, Plateau, Nigeria. There a club was formed, which began meeting once a month for a retreat. In the retreat members unburdened themselves. They discussed things happening to them, their aspirations in life, struggles, fears, failures, dreams and hopes; encouraged and challenged one another accordingly.

Our Programmes

City of Refuge - Friends' Club is open to any community that is willing to have a City of Refuge outreach. Where ever there is a secondary school, the club can start a City of Refuge Special School. The very teachers in the secondary school can be asked to give an hour or two in a week for voluntary teaching

Photos of COR Headquarters

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