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Learn about A Great Sustainable Initiative in Nigeria, ProInSafe Leadership And Community Youths Club (PLACY Club) 

Learn about A Great Sustainable Initiative in Nigeria, ProInSafe Leadership And Community Youths Club (PLACY Club) 

ProInSafe Leadership And Community Youths Club (PLACY Club) will foster rapid socio-economic development in Nigeria.

Motto: Passion ‘n’ Action

Vision

To nurture great leaders and foster sustainable socio-economic development in Nigeria. 

Mission

To inspire and promote self-development of new generation (Youths) for fruitful community services necessary for sustainable development.

Our focus

We support Capacity Building (Talent Hunt), Initiative ideas, and Innovations (Self and Community development services). This will be of benefit to the community in the following ways:

  • To help Youths discover and actualize their potentials.
  • To develop healthy lifestyle to promote their mental and physical wellbeing.
  • Empower them to encourage computer and educational literacy.
  • Inspire effective leadership qualities in youths.
  • Foster economic growth.
  • To identify and co-create solutions to problems.
  • Create healthy and safe environment.

ProInSafe provides opportunities and relevant resources to inspire, motivate and empower youths to promote self-actualization hence facilitate community development and national growth. In addition to this, ProInSafe Empowerment Projects (PEP) was incorporated to support diligent youths and lucrative ideas. Therefore PLACY Club (a PEP project) was initiated for the Youths.

PLACY Club is for Youths to enhance their experience by fostering a positive image, expanding school and community public relations, sponsoring and participating in school and community service activities, engaging in charitable act, getting used books and other items for the less privileged ones, improving communication and overall well-being, and promoting school activities.

 Placy Club primarily will focus on four aspects: fundraising, community service, career interest, and interpersonal dynamics (also known as group dynamics). It has been observed that Nigerian youths are blessed with great minds and have the potentials to resolve issues impeding the growth of the nation; they however seek support and mentorship to promote their self-development, polish their potentials to be productive and ensure self-actualization in order to function optimally. Ignorance and lack of mentorship are observed to be the detriment hampering the progress of Youths Talent.

PLACY Club for the Youths will be active participation in thoughtfully organized service that meets the needs of communities. This will provide youths with opportunities to get in touch with the community and to realize their role they play and core values in society so that they can become active and responsible citizens of tomorrow.

Skills YOUTH GAINS by being a member of PLACY club.

  • Effective Communication
  • Leadership
  • Grooming Teamwork
  • Networking
  • Catering for the socio-emotional well-being of the Youths.
  • Providing support to the lower School Youths.
  • Conducting leadership training for other Youths.
  • Leading other leadership groups in planning for event.
  • Hold peer support sessions and advice to motivate and encourage in activities.

Benefits of PLACY Club

  • Improved Academic Performance
  • Higher Self-esteem
  • Social Opportunities
  • Essential Life Skills and Progressive Community Development
  • Resumes
  • Encouraging and Inspiring Others
  • Mental health intervention

Benefits to Schools

  • Publicize the schools
  • Achievement of the students will bring honor to the school
  • It will help to improve the cognition, academic performance and wellbeing of the students which are relevant to the school objectives through inspiring and encouraging them to practically apply their knowledge
  • Easy access to our services relevant to their school development
  • Collaborative efforts to solve relative problems of the school

We hope to achieve the following SDGs:

  • Zero Hunger
  • Good Health and Well-being
  • Quality Education
  • Gender Equity
  • Clean Water and Sanitation
  • Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
  • Reduced Inequality
  • Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
  • Partnerships to achieve the Goal

PLACY Club Programmes (Activities)

  • Weekly Training
  • Fortnight Training to equip the PLACY Club Members (Youths) with relevant information.
  • Identify and Co-Solve Problems.
  • Outreaches/Visitations to build youths sense of empathy and selflessness.
  • Conference/Workshops to foster collaboration for rapid growth.
  • Exhibitions; public display and commissioning of the youth practical works.
  • Competition and Award Giving to motivate and boost youths Moral.
  • Magazine compilation for publicity of the Club Activities. 

Human beings co-exist and this social aspect of us can be used to transform the country, Nigeria to move from being a developing country to be a developed country. Other countries are developed out of the endless efforts of the people of such countries to discover themselves which always create passions for solving certain problems of their countries thereby creating more investments to regulate the economy of the country. Solving this problem along the line earn them millions and billions of naira for example, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Ben Carson etc.

To be a great leader, one must possess right and constructive knowledge and skills. PLACY Club exists to make youth great productive leaders. This program exists mainly to mentor and guide youths to drive positive social change in their communities including their relative schools. This is through acquiring and sharing knowledge, skills and experiences and receiving full supports relevant to realizing our vision.

A valuable opportunity that should not be missed if you are indeed passionate about development in Nigeria, specifically Kwara State. If you are interested in sponsoring, volunteering or benefiting from this great initiative, contact us now!

 

THE PRISION WITHIN

THE PRISION WITHIN

There is a prison that has an inmate population in the billions. It’s a prison without walls, without barbed wire, without guards and without any physical barrier. But it is the most effective prison I the whole world. Few escape it, but those who do find real and lasting freedom.

That prison is in our minds. It is a prison that holds back our initiative, our talent, our ability to express ourselves and, most of all, it holds back the fulfillment of our full potential as human beings.

That prison is fear. Our lives today are controlled by fear more than we know. Fear controls the choices we make, our actions, our habits and even our destinies. Fear has become one of the greatest threats to humanity in this day in its many forms. Terrorism has become the pinnacle of fear worldwide. Recent events in the world have shown how fear can drive even those that are powerful to behave desperately and inhumanely. But the effect of fear on our personal lives is more damaging that any terrorist can ever hope to achieve. Fear of life prevents most of us from living.

Fear of life? Yes. “Too many people are thinking of security instead of opportunity. They seem to be more afraid of life than death.” This observation was made by James F. Bymes.

The fear of taking risks is one that few people are able to overcome. Risk is the potential harm that may arise from some present process or from some future event. In every area of life risk-taking is a necessary thing. If you propose marriage to someone you have to take the risk that they may say n. If you are in a race you have to take the risk that you may lose miserably. If you want to live life to its fullest you have to take the risk of failure. As Dorothy Thompson said: “Only when we are no longer afraid do we begin to live.”

Fear will paralyse you if you do not deal with it. It will absolutely stop you from living a life that you desire. Recognise it. Conquer it.

 

© Power Principles for Fearless & Abundant Living by Dr. Moses Simuyemba