In October 2015, our capacity building program collaborated with DFID-funded Market Development (MADE) and PROPCOM MAKARFI projects to hold a three-day training at PIND’s Port Harcourt EDC on Adopting Market Development Approach for Development Programming.
Cassava is a staple food crop throughout the African continent, particularly in Nigeria. Despite being the world’s largest producer of the cassava, Nigeria produces cassava primarily for domestic consumption and does not rank among leading exporting countries.
This quarter, PIND establishes new early warning mechanisms to stave off conflict in five Niger Delta states. […]
NDPI and PIND are proud to announce the launch of an independent impact assessment developed by the Initiative for Global Development. After five years of our partnership and work in the Niger Delta, NDPI and PIND were confident that the model we had created was both innovative and had the potential to bring significant and…
PIND Foundation Partners with Cross Rivers State on Agriculture, Youth Development and Peace Building
The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) signed a partnership agreement with Cross Rivers State Government on Saturday, April 30, to advance and facilitate sustainable development of Cross Rivers State.