This report captures observations, conclusions and recommendations from the fourth edition of the Niger Delta Development Forum (NDDF), which took place in Calabar. NDDF is a unique advocacy platform that informs and influences promotion of non-oil pro-poor policies, programs and interventions as well as leverage and advice on how resources from the public, private and development organizations can be effectively and efficiently utilized to promote inclusive and equitable economic growth. A total of 724 participants (comprising 235 females and 471 males) attended the 2014 edition in Calabar from the nine states in the Niger Delta over the 2 day period. With participants from all the targeted groups, including investors from the United States, the forum laid a good foundation for new partnerships, shared learning and collection by all the various stakeholders that participated. Having a large number of actual farmers in attendance brought out the realities of investing in the discussions.