Advocacy Calendar

PIND produces an advocacy calendar annually to share key advocacy messages on different issues concerning economic development, peace building and capacity building. Produced annually, each calendar centers around a theme and is distributed widely to PIND stakeholders. Below are our calendars from 2012 – 2016. 2016 - Partnerships as Enablers of Growth and Development PIND’s…

4th NDDF Calabar Final Report 2014

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…

Introducing PIND’s 2014 Q2 Report

This report covers activities from April 1st – June 30th, 2014. During this period, PIND project NDLink marked its first six months of operation, PIND helped facilitate the promotion and sale of adjustable harvesters to improve the efficiency of palm fruit harvesting in the Niger Delta. PIND also had organization-wide trainings on conflict sensitivity that…

Introducing PIND’s 2014 Q1 Report

This report covers activities and results achieved by the Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) from Jan 1st to March 31st, 2014. During this period, the Foundation began work to scale-up its successful demonstration pond pilot project which concluded in 2013 and traveled to Imo and Abia states to facilitate conflict assessment…

Participant Perception Of The Effectiveness Of The Rivers Songhai Initiative In The Niger Delta

This is the second case study conducted as part of the Models of Development and Experiential Learning (MODEL) pilot project, which will serve as a compendium of analyses of development interventions. This study is based on data obtained from a household survey of Rivers Songhai Initiative (RSI) participants, focus group discussions, and in-depth interviews with…

Analysis Of Community-Driven Development In Nigeria’s Niger Delta Region

The Models of Development and Experiential Learning study is a collaborative effort between AGI, PIND and NISER. This first pilot case study of the Models of Development and Experiential Learning (MODEL) project evaluates the factors that contributed to the success of the Akassa Development Foundation (ADF), a bottom-up, community driven development project involved in developing…

Technical Skills Mapping for Accelerated Technology-Based Socioeconomic Development

PIND commissioned a study to map technical skills requirements for technologically driven development programme for the Niger Delta region. This study underscores the importance of Science and Technology for development, the policies that can maximize its benefits at the region level, and the strategic approaches that development partners can adopt to help accelerate the growth…