Since inception, over 1,100 trainees have been recruited by different companies are now in gainful employment. Close to 500 have opted to start their own businesses and are now employing others.
The visits conducted in Logo, Guma, Kwande, Buruku and Agatu Local Government Areas were useful in gaining insights in the local conflict dynamics which are unique to communities.
UNDP and partners are working towards developing a programme that will support national interventions for immediate stabilisation, in line with UNDP global practice, while also supporting the Lake…
"The skills you will acquire should enable you to support your families, your communities and also contribute to rebuilding the North-East."
The objective of the training was to equip them with information and skills to enable them effectively communicate the project, its results and impact on the lives of people.
During the 2019 electoral cycle, UNDP took a partnership approach, working closely with several CSOs and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to ensuring that the elections were…
The investment by UNDP towards the 2019 cohort, in excess of US$3.7 million, is made up of contributions from the regional office and selected UNDP country offices across the continent, including…
Three officials included one each from three States of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe, which have been the most heavily affected under the conflict. They stayed in Japan for two weeks in Japan.
Conflict affected communities now engaged in emergency employment are able to fend for their families without having to depend on humanitarian aid.