• Warri

  • Warri – Delta State

  • Port Harcourt

  • Port Harcourt

Located In Warri, Delta State

No. 1 PIND-EDC Drive Egbokodo-Itsekiri,
Warri, Delta State – Nigeria
Phone: +234(0)9030808794

Located in Port Harcourt

6 Tombia Road GRA Phase 2,
Port Harcourt, Rivers State – Nigeria
Phone: +234(0)8172401581

PIND established a presence in the region in the form of our Economic Development Centers of Excellence to serve as a resource and coordination hub for us and our partners to develop and implement projects aimed at reducing poverty in the Niger Delta by improving incomes and creating jobs.

Economic Growth

Centres of excellence for testing and sharing proving models for economic growth through agriculture.

Capacity Building

Building capacity of civil society and individuals for economic and institutional development 

125-670 Visitors

125 – 670 visitors on a monthly basis

Media Production

Fully equipped video and audio media production  hub and team harness the powers of film, radio and video to promote productivity

Office Locations

Secure office locations and vehicle save time money, resources, and the need for specialized personnel 

ATED Centres

ATED Centres showcases working example of technologies that reduce energy consumption, recycle waste, and provide alternatives to traditional power sources

Working with our network of actors and partners, pilot projects in agricultural value chains, appropriate technologies, business linkages and peace building are being researched, designed, commenced or completed from our Economic Development Centers with the emergent models already being adopted and scaled up by the market and peace actors

The EDCs provide physical security such as secure office locations and vehicles, which saves international actors entering the region time, money, resources, and the need for specialized personnel.

The EDC in Warri, Delta State houses our Appropriate Technology Enabled Development (ATED) Centre, launched on July 8, 2015. The ATED Centre showcases working examples of technologies that reduce energy consumption, recycle waste, and provide alternatives to traditional power sources. It also hosts group tours every Wednesday from 11:00am to 1:00pm to inform people about the many ways in which buildings can be environmentally-conscious and why climate change is important.

By 2019, we envision the ATED Centre of Excellence will be recognized across the Niger Delta, leading in  research, capacity building, education, training on appropriate technologies and in particular in low-cost solutions for WASH and in energy efficiency and renewables, in collaboration with academic and sector institutions

Housed within the Warri EDC is our fully equipped video and audio media production hub and team that is providing media for development services to PIND and development organizations working in the Niger Delta in harnessing the power of film, radio and video to promote, inform and influence policies, knowledge, attitudes, behaviors and approaches that promote productivity and inclusive equitable economic opportunities for the region.

Our EDCs have become a convergence hub for development actors and businesses, having received over 5,000 visitors by 2014 and averaging between 125 – 670 visits on a monthly basis for various development objectives ranging from training sessions, meetings, research, consultations, demonstrations, networking, lessons learning or enquiries

More Pictures of the ATED Centre

The Appropriate Technology Enabled Development (ATED) Center was launched on July 8, 2015” on the premises of the Economic Development Center in Warri, Delta State, that showcases working examples of technologies that reduce energy consumption, recycle waste, and provide alternatives to traditional power sources.