What We Do to
Act Against Corruption

Youth Crime Watch uses its Leadership Accelerator Program to train and build capacity of young people and women in schools and communities in order to act against any act of corruption and monitor public projects and governments to prevent corruption.

More than 200 students and young people took part in our Youth against Crime and Corruption Campaign. Guided by experts, they learned how to gauge the negative impact of corruption on the society and discussed further prospects for anti-corruption reforms in Nigeria and how to encourage zero tolerance of any kind of corrupt or dishonest activity.


Upcoming YCW Workshops

Children Workshop

Children Workshop is an event where the issue of Child Safety is discussed whether online or offline. As guided by a dedicated Chaperon, children discuss the issue of child abuse and safety in their schools and communities.
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Parents Orientation

We have huge responsibility as parents and responsible citizens to safeguard children and to educate them necessary skills needed to be safe. At YCW Nigeria, we designed a session where we interact with parents on Child Safety.
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Annual Conference

We gathered children and teenagers together annually to discuss solutions to child abuse and encourage them to be voices in their schools and communities against abuses and violence. Children are our speakers during this event.
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Past Events

ICT Access for Girls

Casey Ernest Onyeka posed with the students of Christ the King's College, Onitsha after the successful completion of National ICT Project

Secure Africa

Students from Royal Family Academy participated in the Africa Regional Youth Crime Prevention and Development Conference.

Violence Against Children

A female student of the Government Secondary School, Wuse, Abuja addressing the audience during the last Secure Africa conference held in Abuja.

Internet Governance Forum

The Country Director, Casey 'Gbenga Adeleye making presentation at the Global Internet Governance Forum held in Nairobi, Kenya

ICT Sustainability Project

The Zamfara State Commissioner for Education posed with students during the commissioning of the ICT Library Centre, DGSS Bungudu

Always at the forefront of
Crime Prevention, Education and Safety (Online/Offline)


Prevention Tips

  • Six scam-savvy tips for avoiding online traps
    1. Check the Web Address (or URL) Communications from popular social websites, online payment processors, or IT administrators are commonly used to lure in the unsuspecting public. The web address for the phishing site may closely resemble the authentic website. It may even contain the address of the authentic website, but also includes code to reroute the traffic to a false website.
  • 2. Stay alert and skeptical
    Stay alert and skeptical of people unexpectedly contacting you by email or phone and asking about personal information. Only open emails, links, and attachments from trustworthy sources.
  • 3. Know who your providers
    Know who your providers are for your hosting, email, and internet. Also know how these providers will be contacting you.
  • 4. Protect your computer
    Protect your computer with spam filters, anti-virus software, and firewalls. For optimal protection, make sure to keep these programs up to date.
  • 5. Act immediately
    Act immediately if you think you have been a victim of an online scam. If you have provided account numbers, PINS, or passwords to an unidentified source, notify the companies that you have accounts with right away.
  • 6. Make a report
    Report any incident of online scam to appropriate law enforcement agencies such EFCC, Nigeria Police or the appropriate anti-fraud department of your financial institution.