For over ten years now, Nigeria has experienced the worst peace time crisis in the country’s history. As part of its efforts to bring solace to victims, GIPLC set up a crisis response team. These brave staff and volunteers have visited conflict and crisis zones, ranging from the massacre of women and children at Dogo Nahawa in Plateau state by unknown assailants, the flooding in Benue, Kogi and Delta states, not excluding internally displaced persons (IDP) camps in affected, accessible locations. We have been providing the ever growing camps with essential relief items to stabilize them, prior to relocation. Supplies worth millions of naira have been mobilized from churches and the general public for the identified, most vulnerable camps.