Nuso Eziechi, a staff of Nigeria’s Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) has been named the country’s first-ever Integrity Idol

Nuso Eziechi named Nigeria’s first-ever ‘Integrity Idol’

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Share the story1           1ShareNuso Eziechi, a staff of Nigeria’s Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) has been named the country’s first-ever Integrity Idol for her “honest, responsible and accountable” approach to work …



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MNCH2: Leveraging Community Structures to Improve Demand and Uptake for RMNCH services in Kano

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Share the story1           1ShareMaternal and neonatal mortality remains a huge challenge in the quest for achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in northern Nigeria and particularly in Kano state, which accounts for …



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President Muhammadu Buhari’s participation at the London Anti-Corruption Summit on 12th May, 2016, at which he made commitments around exposing corruption, benefit ownership transparency, and preventing the facilitation of corruption, Nigeria formally requested to join the Open Government Partnership (OGP)

OGP process and the quest for achieving the SDGs in Nigeria

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Share the story29           29Shares If effectively implemented, the Open Government Partnership (OGP) process will make governance more participatory, transparent and accountable in African countries like Nigeria as enshrined in Goal 16 of …



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IN-DEPTH: Out of school children: Nigeria’s ticking time-bomb

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Share the story15           15SharesThrough the eyes of out of school children, this piece investigates the menace of out-of-school children in northern Nigeria looking at the looming socio-economic and security consequences of …



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‘Community action vital for achieving SDGs in Nigeria’

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Share the story3           3SharesCommunity action has the potential to help Nigeria achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), says Muhammad Bello Shitu, a professor of community development and innovation diffusion and global …



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Mercy Corps: CRA should be implemented in Nigeria

As Mercy Corps prepares for the implementation of ENGINE II in Kano

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Share the story67           67SharesThe Educating Nigerian Girls in New Enterprises  (ENGINE) programme is working  to ensure in-school girls successfully transition to the next phase of their education while the out-school girls …



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