We are an advocacy organisation. Our issues vary depending on what is really happening in Sokoto State and is affecting the local people.
We carry out most of our advocacy activities through local drama, jingles and songs. Education level in Sokoto State is very low, hence most of our activities are carried out in the local Hausa language.
Our organisation receives a lot of support from the State-owned Television and Radio Network (RIMA Radio and RTV).
MARCH is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious organization that came into existence in 2001 but commenced full operations in 2002. It is registered with the Sokoto state Ministry of Youth Development, Sokoto state Ministry for Women Affairs and has almost completed that of the Cooperate Affairs Commission.
MARCH is also registered with the Coalition of NGO’s Sokoto state (CONSS), Civil Societies on HIV /AIDS in Nigeria (CiSHAN) and the Society for Family Health (SFH) in Sokoto state.
So far MARCH has carried out several activities in conjunction with the Coalition of NGO’s in Sokoto State (CONSS) and other collaborating partners such as the Society for Family Health (SFH), United Nations Population Fund Activities (UNFPA), Nigeria Network of YOUTHS on HIV and AIDS (NYNETHA), Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN) and Civil Society on HIV and AIDS in Nigeria (CiSHAN) etc.
Such activities includes the marking of international days (World Aids Day, Children Day, World Food Day etc).
MARCH shall try to maintain honesty, teamwork, transparency, accountability, efficiency, selfless service and equity.
MARCH is an organization that collaborates and network with similar NGOs, & CBOs, for the realization of their goal.
MARCH envisions rapid sustainable development in all human endeavors through adequate information. By bringing together all forces devoted to the fight against man inhumanity, public health, societal ills, mal-administration and all issues attributable to ignorance.
MARCH has come to facilitate, advocate, coordinate and assist NGOs, CBOs, individuals and groups to ensure equal access to adequate information.
Goal: To achieve positive sustainable development.