PIND Deputy Executive Director Tunji Idowu listens in on a session at NDDF 2017 in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State
Read all the best tweets with insights and photos from the event here. We even recorded some of the proceedings for you.
On October 11, 2017, the Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) and the Market Development Project in the Niger Delta (MADE) teamed up with the Nigerian Economic Summit’s Sustainability Policy Commission to sponsor a breakout session at Transcorp Hilton in Abuja themed “Low Carbon Investment Opportunities for Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) in Niger Delta Communities”.
Our Palm Oil team has been hard at work these past few years, promoting the use of the Mechanical Adjustable Harvester and the Malaysian Knife. Technology has been a huge challenge to farmers across all agricultural sectors.
PIND and the DFID-funded Market Development Program in the Niger Delta (MADE) collaborated to produce a report on the impact on the recent naira devaluation and import tariffs on agriculture in the Niger Delta.
Every year, we produce an annual report that reflects on the work we have done, the partnerships we have forged, the impact that has been made on this journey to improve incomes and build peace in the Niger Delta. The theme for this year’s is “Broadening Our Reach for Bigger Impact”. You can read the…
As part of this event, the Brazil-Africa Institute in collaboration with IITA and AfDB will also sponsor 30 youth to be trained in Brazil this year
The media has a role to play in raising public awareness on development, stability and growth in the region. This is why our Capacity and Peace building teams collaborated with the Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) to organize a 3-day training on ‘Conflict and Gender Sensitive Reporting’