CWSI engages in the training of paralegals and youth groups who having being trained to become humanitarian actors who are able to monitor, track and report human right violations for appropriate measures that promotes the fundamental rights of every individuals especially women and the girl-child. As community watch dogs, they are able through their training to define, identify and report situations of gender violations as well as protect further breach of individual or group rightsespecially women within the community. Presently, CWSI has a set of trained paralegals and human rights group in Cross River, Delta,Kogi Niger, AkwaIbom and Adamawa states.
The cost of hiring the services of a legal practitioner remains a capital intensive venture especially considering the income level of the individuals at the grassroots and indigent persons in our society. Hence CWSI through the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)assist indigent persons in the resolution of conflicts or dispute at the family and community levels through the use of ADR skills and Advocacy strategies.