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Clear View Foundation was established in August, 2003. It has its headquarters in Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria.
The NGO is registered with:
1. Adamawa State Government: Certificate No. 00151 dated 26th July 2004,
2. The Corporate Affairs Commission: Certificate No. CAC/IT/NO 26900 dated 22nd February 2008.

A world-class organization that is at the fore-front of promoting global integrity, peaceful coexistence, the attainment of optimal health and qualitative education, equal opportunities and freedom from discrimination.

To deliver transparent and accountable, evidence-based and community-focused programs and interventions that guarantee equal opportunities for every person to attain their full potential in life under a peaceful, healthy and secure environment.
Integrity in Service!

1. To promote the values of transparency, accountability and mutual respect in all interventions, services, projects and programs.
2. To assure for every Nigerian citizen a quality life that is commensurate with their desires and aspirations.
3. To promote the attainment of optimal and equitable health for all Nigerians.
4. To promote the attainment of qualitative education for all Nigerians particularly the poor, under-privileged and marginalized
5. To promote peace and peaceful coexistence amongst the diverse religious and ethnic configurations of our communities.
6. To promote gender equity and empower women and girls in all interventions, services, projects and programs.

1. Honesty
2. Transparency
3. Accountability

Clear-View Integrity Foundation is non-religious, non-ethnic, non-political NGO with membership open to all who hate corruption and share in the vision and mission of the organization.
Clear-View Integrity Foundation has five (5) permanent staff on salary, twenty (20) members and numerous volunteers who are not full-fledged members, but who play a very important role in supporting the NGO during seminar and workshop preparation and execution as well as various project implementations.

1. Anti-corruption and good governance
2. Education/Non Formal Education
3. Community mobilization and enlightenment
4. Peace Building and Conflict Resolution
5. Health
ii. Tuberculosis (TB) Drug Resistant (DR-TB)
iii. Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health
6. Gender-Based Violence (GBV) prevention and mitigation, and case management.
7. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

i) Levies and fees paid by members.
ii) Donations from members and individuals.
iii) Partnership with local, national and International NGOs with similar objectives.
iv) Grants.

1. The Hon. Justice Mustapha Akanbi (CFR) Rtd., Pioneer Chairman, Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) – Grand Patron
2. Patron I Mr. Joshua T. Abu, One time Executive Director (Mobilization) National Orientation Agency Headquarters, Abuja

1. Yusuf Amos Sunday - Program Manager
2. Ishaku Edward - Deputy Program Manager
3. Baken J. Manabete - Administrative Secretary
4. Bwamala Andrew - Accountant
6. Jimmy Lot - M & E Officer
7. Jimmy Ayara - Project Officer

Head Office: No. 113 Bishop Street (1st Floor, 2nd Flat), adjacent First Bank Market Branch P.O Box 530, Jimeta – Yola Adamawa State, Nigeria.
Tel: 08036182951, 07036419107, 07061616193

Mr. Yusuf Amos Sunday,
Department of Zoology,
Modibbo Adama University of Technology,
P.M.B 2076, Yola Adamawa State, Nigeria.
Tel: 08036182951.
Skype: yusuf.amos11

1. Zenith Bank Plc. Yola
2. Union Bank Plc. Yola
3. United Bank for Africa (UBA) plc. Yola

1. Adamawa State Agency for the Control of AIDS (ADSACA)
2. Independence Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC)
3. Society for Family Health
4. Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA)
5. Adamawa State Tuberculosis (TB) and Leprosy Control Programme
6. Health Alive Foundation, Ilorin, Kwara State
7. Civil Society for Malaria control, Immunization and Nutrition (ACOMIN).
8. Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN)
9. National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), Adamawa State Chapter.
10. Nigeria Foundation for the Support of Victims of Terrorism (Victim Support Fund)
11. United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA)

Clear-View Integrity Foundation is a member of the following Networks/Coalitions:
i. Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA).
ii. North-East Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (NEWASH) Network.
iii. G36 Network of NGOs

1. Corruption and HIV/AIDS sensitization: (At Ganye, Toungo, Jada, Yola North, Yola South, Girei, Fufore and Song LGAs): The goal of the entire project was to sensitize the general public on the link between corruption and the spread of HIV/AIDS, and to mobilize public opinion and demand for action against corrupt public official.

2. School awareness campaign on examination malpractices: The project was aimed at stemming the increase spate of examination malpractices in secondary and institutions of higher learning and the emergence of “miracle centers”, and to provide credible alternatives on examination success with resorting to cheating.

3. A Behavior Change Communication Project under the Comprehensive in targeted Approach to HIV Prevention and Care (CHIPAC) at Gamji area, Jimeta: The 12 month project targeted out-of-school male and female youth in Gamji, a red-light district of Nassarawo Ward, Yola North LGA of Adamawa State, rife with alcoholism, drug abuse and sex-abuse. The project was a huge success with the youth accepting to test for HIV and those found positive were counselled and commenced anti-retroviral therapy. Their parents testified of huge positive behavioral changes in the lives of their children as an outcome of the project in the community.

4. Collaborative HIV/AIDS seminar with Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN/TCN) at their transmission office in Yola. The goal was to sensitize them on HIV and AIDS, causes, prevention and control.

5. Production and distribution of Anti-corruption stickers, hand bills and posters to the general public free of charge as part of our on-going sensitization against corruption in order to raise public awareness on the ills of corruption and how to mitigate these ills.

6. TB awareness and demand creation activities in Michika and Ganye LGAs of Adamawa State: This project was a partnership project between Clear-View Integrity Foundation and Health Alive Foundation, Ilorin, Kwara State to raise public awareness on Tuberculosis and create demand for TB services such as screening and treatment.

7. Malaria awareness and demand creation activities in Ganye LGA of Adamawa State: The project, sponsored by ACOMIN, was aimed at creating demand for malaria services by the general public.

8. Monitoring of Drug-Resistant TB treatment and support for DR-TB patients in Adamawa State: Clear-View Integrity Foundation is currently the only NGO in Adamawa State monitoring the care and treatment of Drug-Resistant TB patients in Adamawa State. Currently Nine (9) patients have completed treatment and have been cured; Nine (9) more are currently on continuous phase. Numerous contacts (patient relatives and neighbors) have been successfully screened for TB and those found positive have commenced treatment.

9. Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Projects: Clear-View Integrity Foundation has contributed in the review of the Standard Operating Procedures for the Prevention of and Response to GBV; played active role in marking the annual 16 days Activism Against Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) in Adamawa States and is currently partnering with the Nigerian Foundation for the Support of Victims of Terrorism (Victims Support Fund) to prevent and mitigate GBV in Michika LGA. CVF is a trained GBV Data Gathering Organization (DGO) and is partnering with the UNFPA on Gender Based Violence Management Information Management Systems (GBVIMS).

10. Members of Clear-View Integrity Foundation (CVF) have collaborated with and participated actively in the peace-building and conflict resolution activities of the Nigeria Inter-Religious Council (NIREC) in Adamawa State, which is an organization dedicated to peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims in the State. The CVF Program Manager was one-time State Co-Secretary of NIREC, traversing the entire 21 LGAs of Adamawa State and organized Peace-Building and Conflict resolution workshops and trainings for Christian and Muslim leaders, community leaders, youth and women leaders, farmers and cattle herders. This we did in collaboration with the world-famous “Pastor and Iman” Imam Ashafa and Pastor Movel Wuye of the Inter-Faith Mediation Center Kaduna, Kaduna State.

11. Clear-View Integrity Foundation has just recently been called upon, through her President/Program Manager, by the ICPC, to spearhead the establishment of the National Anti-Corruption Volunteer Corps (NAVC) in Adamawa State, in recognition of years of commitment to the fight against corruption in Adamawa State.

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