Caprecon International Development and Humanitarian Foundation
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Scroll down to find out more information about us and also see how we've been changing the world. We owe humanity our servce

Caprecon International Development and Humanitarian Foundation
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Scroll down to find out more information about us and also see how we've been changing the world. We owe humanity our servce

Transforming & Empowering the Next Generation through Result-oriented Education.
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The future is NOW, our leaders of tomorrow are in dire need of our help to enable them to secure our 'collective' tomorrow.

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Impacting and Changing Lives with Small Steps!

The Poem- A Monument

Let us erect
a monument
in our hearts for
those who died at sea
trying to make a better life
those who died in the desert
fleeing war and violent conflict
those who died on dirt and death roads
fleeing disasters and humiliating poverty
the refugees the displaced the ordinary people
let us erect a monument in our hearts for them
so that they may not be forgotten in a world living only for the moment.



At Caprecon,
we inspire you to find the solution yourself. We support you to stand on your own feet. Our goal, amongst others, is to inspire hope and dignity in you; to foster a sense of self-reliance in you.



Who We Are

Caprecon International Development and Humanitarian Foundation is a not-for-profit humanitarian organisation. It was founded in 2007 and operated informally until it became registered as a company in 2010. Four years later, a Nigerian branch operating as Caprecon Development and Peace Initiatives was registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in December, 2014. (Reg. 787057) Caprecon came into being out of a desire to work with the most deprived and marginalised in society, including those affected by instability, natural disasters, environmental adversities, unbearable poverty and violent conflicts; resulting to unimaginable human suffering and displacement. Additionally, the pursuit of non violent means of resolving, and preventing violent conflict, the promotion of basic human rights, social justice and education for all, are core motivations for its foundation.


Driving initiatives that inspire hope and dignity.


Promoting peaceful co-existence within and between communities where everyone lives in dignity and meets their basic needs. Mission To engage in peace-building, promoting reconciliation, dialogue and peaceful co- existence through peace education. To engage in poverty reduction, refugee care and humanitarian assistance, child protection, tackling human trafficking and advancing the rights of minority groups through education and advocacy. Dollin W.O. Holt (Founder/Director) Editor

see why they trust us

At Caprecon International Development & Humanitarian Foundation, we do not ask you to donate money, we ask you to donate a bit of your time to helping others.

If you are passionate about this and developing your community, find out how you can work together with us towards making the world a better place.

In a world of increasing child cruelty, we value the wellbeing of our kids at school, as much as we value their academic achievements.

Have you got heart for humanity? Then, let’s change the world together!

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Meet the People Behind the Wheels

Dollin Holt spends most of his spare time, in the years that Caprecon has come into existence, working to empower impoverished communities, individuals and children.

He has been involved in post-conflict reconstruction efforts, including psychosocial care for refugees and IDPs.

Dollin has funded start-up costs for small businesses and the cost of returning at-risk children to school.

He is a scholar, poet, essayist, therapist and a humanitarian/development practitioner.

He has an LLM degree in International Human Rights Law, a Masters by Research degree in Media Representation of ethnic minority communities in post-war Britain, and a Masters in Forced Migration and Refugee studies degree. 

The only way of measuring the value of our lives is to value the lives of others. -dh

Dollin Holt




Co-Founder of Sprout

John is a social engineer and development specialist who has dedicated the past decade exclusively to serving marginalized populations in Africa. He has built systems to protect orphans and vulnerable children, provide reproductive health services for adolescents and young adults, and expand treatment to adults with HIV/AIDS. John is a member of various government accountability mechanisms and is a fierce advocate of an open, inclusive Nigerian government.


Advisor for Caprecon

Describing herself as an “armchair activist” Linda is a voice for political and social justice.  A retired therapist, Linda has devoted this next chapter of her life, to writing political opinion pieces; considering herself one of many thousands of advocates for the rights of oppressed people everywhere including women and children.  

Her poetry is entitled “Letters From The Battlefield in Jammu Kashmir” can be found on social media. 


Co-Founder of Sprout

Philip is committed to protecting the rights of children and vulnerable peoples across Nigeria. He has dedicated his career to report on child trafficking in IDP and refugee camps across the country, and his publications have appeared in Al Jazeera, The Guardian, and The Daily Beast. He is Future Awards Africa’s Young Person of 2015, and his activism has established him as among the 100 most influential people in Nigeria.

Davidson Malison

Advisor for Caprecon

A Youth and Human Rights Activist based in Plateau State, Nigeria.

He’s also a freelance Journalist, social media influencer researcher, peace advocate, and grassroot crusader who is well skilled and specialized in organizing community-based programs.

A biochemist by profession, he has also been active in championing gender-based advocacies. 


Advisor for Caprecon

Juliet is a community advocate and adolescent mentor passionate about youth development. She has spent years implementing educational and arts-based interventions to children affected by the Boko Haram insurgency in northern Nigeria and providing humanitarian aid to the city’s elderly.


Advisor for Caprecon

Dr. Palmer has dedicated her entire career to researching the psychological impact of youth violence in the black community and advocating for its victims. Throughout her career, Dr. Palmer has designed and implemented community-based interventions to address the root causes of youth crime and heal the black community from decades of police brutality.

You too can become one of our volunteers.

Do you have a passion for helping others and making our world a better place? If yes, then hit the green “Contact” button below.

Joseph Idoko

-Kogi State, Nigeria.

My life’s goal is to ensure that every child is given the necessary care and education they need to excel in life’s endeavours.


Do not give up on your passion to serve!

If you’ve ever thought of giving up, remember some people will regain their lives simply because you made a choice to serve. 

Faith Ojoma Okpanachi.

-Abuja, FCT, Nigeria.

Life is never made unbearable by circumstances, but only by lack of meaning and purpose. My purpose is in making life beautiful for others.


I find fulfilment Volunteerng at Caprecon Foundation.

Having a passion for something is one thing, having a great opportunity to give expression to that passion is another thing altogether. This s what Caprecon represents!


-Kogi State, Nigeria.

Caprecon gave me boundless opportunities to help my community and society at large.


Caprecon International Development & Humanitarian Foundation

We inspire you to find the solution yourself. We support you to stand on your own feet. Our goal, amongst others, is to inspire hope and dignity in you; to foster a sense of self-reliance in you.

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