How we do It

Psychological Health Programs

  • Campaigns against chemical dependency for youths in and out of schools, families, addicts and recovering addicts
  • Psychological and socio-economic support for vulnerable minority groups including widows, vulnerable children, widows and widowers
  • Trauma Loss and grief debriefing for victims of trauma and grief
  • Marriage and Family therapy for children, married and engaged couples, families and young people
  • Peace building and conflict resolution for communities, schools and religious groups
  • Capacity building and counselor supervision for teacher counselors, trainer counselors and corporate staff.
  • Adjustment awareness and empowerment and advocacy for separated, divorced and single parents h. HIV/AIDS sensitization on prevention and advocacy for persons with disability, communities, schools, colleges, universities
  • Support groups empowerment

Enhancement of Education Quality Programs

  • Feeding and school material support
  • Elimination of SGBV in school and home environments
  • Survivor support and counseling programs for children and youth
  • Campaigns against drugs and substance abuse among youth and children in schools
  • Capacity building of teacher counselors, schools’ staff and management committees on DSA prevention, detection, intervention and survivor support
  • Science and mathematics enhancement programs for teachers, parents, pupils and students in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions

Child Protection Programs

  • Child protection policies for institutions and organizations
  • Prevention and support for missing and found children
  • Advocacy on child protective policies and legislation

These activities are carried out through trainings, sensitization initiatives, direct interventions and engagement with caregivers, policy makers, leaders, children and youth.

Services Offered

Seminar, workshops, trainings, therapeutic leisure activities on drugs and substance abuse awareness and intervention.

  • Counseling
  • Individual
  • Group
  • Marriage and family
  • Premarital
  • Child therapy
  • Trauma and debriefment
  • Loss and grief
  • Counselor supervision.
  • Psychosocial education to parents to teachers issues on contemporary.
  • Establishment of peer counseling clubs.
  • Enhancing of guidance and counseling departments in schools.
  • Empowerment of child care givers.
  • Training students on how to improve in sciences and mathematics.
  • Alternative passage of rites and monitoring programs for class eight girls.
  • Annual passage of rites and mentoring programs for class eight boys.

Target and Beneficiaries

TRI’s direct beneficiaries are children and youth. These programs achieve a wide reach through a multiplier effect following the capacity enhancement of our direct beneficiaries, their caregivers, policy makers, adults and members of the public. The formation of networks to support TRI initiatives is highly encouraged.

These external forces lead to internal conflicts within the widow. She succumbs to self-condemnation, blaming herself for her fate. These external forces lead to internal conflicts within the widow. She succumbs to self-condemnation, blaming herself for her fate. She feels guilty internalizing the fact that......

Loss and grief psychotherapy In of the past programmes, 8 widows attended group therapy on loss and grief. Many presented with anxiety, fear, helplessness, apathy, anger, denial, withdrawal, distress, loss of energy, self pity, self hate, being stuck. Depending on severity of their grief, they......

Mentorship Program for Class Eight Leavers Form 1 And Form 2 Girls This is a residential programme held annually in the 2nd week of December. The rationale of the programme is to facilitate an alternative passage of rites to the girls by equipping them with......

Psychological support Everyone has a need to belong socially. TRI works with widows to support them to have a sense of identity and social acceptance. Through our support in form of group therapy, the widows we work with have formed a support group. The basic......