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UNDP Scaling Fences : Voices of irregular African migrants to Europe

Scaling Fences’ focus is on those migrants who travelled for development-related reasons — whose primary motivation, in their own words, was not humanitarian or protection-related in nature.  


The State of Social Assistance in Africa Report 2019

The State of Social Assistance in Africa report examines processes and trends in social assistance: the origins and evolution of social assistance over time; the introduction of social protection…  


Nigeria's Integrated Sustainable Development Goals (iSDG) model Report

The iSDG-Nigeria model is a policy simulation tool for use in aligning our national development strategies and programmes with the SDGs. The core objective of this is to enhance the achievement of the…  


UNDP Nigeria Newsletter May_July 2019

Our newsletter captures activities that UNDP Nigeria Country Office undertakes, engages in and facilitates. This product is developed and shared in order to keep our partners and general public…  


UNDP Nigeria Newsletter Jan-Apr 2019

Our newsletter captures activities that UNDP Nigeria Country Office undertakes, engages in and facilitates. Please feel free to share the newsletter within your network and give feedback using details…  


UNDP, EU to train 600 conflict-affected persons from Borno State in vocational skills

The vocational trainings are aimed at equiping those affected by the conflict with skills that will enable them to be self-reliant as they rebuild their lives.  


Policy Brief-Unpacking and Operationalizing the Humanitarian- Development- Peace Nexus in North East Nigeria

There is a growing body of literature wherein the notion of ‘nexus’ is used to highlight and underpin the complexities and nuances attendant to emergency situations  


Policy brief-Nigeria’s Youth Bulge – From Potential ‘Demographic Bomb’ to ‘Demographic Dividend’

The rapid population growth in Nigeria, and indeed the region, has been attributed to several factors, including increased public investments in the social sectors  


Policy Brief-Harnessing the Blue Economy for Sustainable Development in Nigeria

The Blue Economy is low carbon, efficient, clean and helps restore, protect, and maintain diversity, productivity, resilience on the natural capital upon which its prosperity depends (UNDESA 2014).  


Green Bonds as an Innovative Financing Mechanism for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Nigeria

Initially viewed in some quarters as untrue and far-fetched; or at least a problem for future generations only.  

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