A short video which showcases intervention activities of projects and programs within PIND Foundation.
Highlights of the Niger Delta Development Forum 2015 and interviews with major stakeholders in the private and public development sector features in this post event video of the NDDF 2015 held in Asaba, Delta State. The theme of the 2015 NDDF was “Collaborative Efforts for Stimulating Investments and Inclusive Economic Growth in the Niger Delta”.
To improve palm fruit harvesting in the region, PIND introduced the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester and succeeded in engendering interest in production of the machine for Nigeria
This report demonstrates how PIND used existing partnerships as well as created new ones to improve economic outcomes, improve access to technologies for potable water and increased productivity, foster community-led governance and build capacity of local civil society to serve their communities and build peace.
Noted development economist Paul Collier and Rivers State Deputy Governor Ipalibo Banigo, are among the key figures sharing their perspectives on the challenges to and potential for economic development beyond oil in the Niger Delta. Visit nddforum.org for more.
This film shows the research that has informed PIND’s approach to palm oil, and what the Foundation is doing to improve pro-poor market opportunities in the palm oil sector in the Niger Delta.
The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) in collaboration with partners including Edo State Government, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) MARKETS II Program, hosted the second edition of its annual Niger-Delta Development Forum (NDDF)…
PIND projects continue to bear fruit and yield lessons increases year after year. Keep up to date with PIND’s projects by visiting our website:
In the run-up to PIND’s 2014 YouthLink Forum, we asked some young people in Warri, Delta State, for their perspectives on how to boost youth’s economic potential. This is what they had to say.