• The international NGO community in Nigeria strongly condemns the attacks on civilians and aid workers in Dikwa, Borno State

    Abuja, March 3, 2021 – The international NGO community strongly condemns the attacks on civilians and aid workers during the attacks by Non-State Armed Groups (NSAG) on 01/03/2021 and…


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  • Forum Post: Nigeria INGO Forum Quarterly Newsletter – Issue 20 (October – December 2020)

    The 20th edition of the NIF Forum Post newsletter highlights the growing humanitarian concerns in the north-east and how the humanitarian community is addressing these needs. The edition also puts into context the ever-increasing complex emergency in the north-west, giving an insight into the humanitarian situation in the region based on information recently collected by humanitarian agencies, and on NIF contribution to the discussions. In the north-west, food security levels are increasingly concerning, thus more international NGOs, in addition to the very few on the ground, are expanding operations to a region already at the lower ebbs of poverty and development indexes. REACH’s work in this region focuses on improving the understanding of the context, ACTED supports food security with a nexus approach, and CAID supports livelihoods. In the north-east, access to the people in need of humanitarian assistance is limited, and food security indicators are increasingly worrisome; the COVID-19 pandemic has further deepened the poverty, hunger and access to services of people already in a dire situation from years of armed conflict. In this edition, NRC and COOPI give an insight into how they are meeting water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and livelihood needs in affected communities to ensure self-sustenance amidst COVID-19 pandemic. The edition also highlights how International Alert is advancing women’s participation in community peace mechanisms and how CBM provides targeted life-saving relief to people with disabilities (PWDs). Download Newsletter


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  • Training Materials

    Module 3 Training Materials jQuery(function() { jQuery('.partner-logos').each(function() { jQuery(this).find('li').matchHeight({ }); }); }); TTL Organisational Capacity Assessment Guide Intro to Taking the Lead Course and Materials Individual Action Plan Annex F Organisational Capacities Framework Additional Information Annex E Self-Assessment Tool and Dashboard Training booklet


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  • Social Entrepreneurship Case Studies.

    Social Entrepreneurship Case Studies jQuery(function() { jQuery('.partner-logos').each(function() { jQuery(this).find('li').matchHeight({ }); }); }); Haske 1 Nuru Nigeria The Sophia Essahmed Foundation (TSEF) Society for Family Health


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  • Welcome to Module 3 Resources

    Welcome to Module 3 Course Contents! jQuery(function() { jQuery('.partner-logos').each(function() { jQuery(this).find('li').matchHeight({ }); }); }); Module 3 Slides jQuery(function() { jQuery('.partner-logos').each(function() { jQuery(this).find('li').matchHeight({ }); }); }); Introduction to Taking the Lead Training Detailed Presentation of Organisational Self Assessment and Action Planning Stage Workshop One - Organisational Statement on Humanitarian Role Workshop-Two-Consideration-of-Organisations-Overall-Performance Workshop Three -Detailed Assessment of Organisational Performance in Selected Area of Focus workshop Four - Planning to Build Organisational Capacity Video Course Content jQuery(function() { jQuery('.partner-logos').each(function() { jQuery(this).find('li').matchHeight({ }); }); });


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  • The international NGO community in Nigeria strongly condemns the killing of civilians in Koshobe, Borno State

    ABUJA, 30 November 2020 – The international NGO community in Nigeria is shocked by the attack by non-state armed groups (NSAGs) of Saturday 28 November, 2020 in the village…


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  • Forum Post: Nigeria INGO Forum Quarterly Newsletter – Issue 19 (July – September 2020)

    NIF latest Forum Post newsletter underlines NIF's efforts in engaging other actors to improve humanitarian and development actions in Nigeria, especially in the north-east where at least 10.6 million people are in urgent need of aid as a result of the combined impact of armed conflict and COVID-19 restrictions. NIF continues to engage towards an inclusive, principled response, also sustainably building local capacity to achieve this goal. With one in every five of the world's out-of-school children living in Nigeria, you will learn how Plan International and Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) are supporting education and resilience in vulnerable communities. In addition, this edition highlights how ACTED and FHI 360 are adapting their programmes to meet needs in camps and settlements. ACTED continues to play key role in camp management and provide evidence-based information management. FHI 360 on the other hand is supporting conflict-affected population with health services. Finally, find out why addressing remnants of war matters in conflict-affected areas. Since 2017, Mines Advisory Group (MAG) has been in the fore-front supporting at-risk communities through risk education. Download Newsletter


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  • COVID-19 Elective

    Welcome to COVID-19 Elective Course Contents! Download course contents below. jQuery(function() { jQuery('.partner-logos').each(function() { jQuery(this).find('li').matchHeight({ }); }); }); COVID-19 Orientation on C4D & RCCE


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  • Forum Post: Nigeria INGO Forum Quarterly Newsletter – Issue 18 (March – June 2020)

    The 18th edition of NIF 'Forum Post' newsletter highlights how the humanitarian community is supporting government-led effort to coordinate a collective humanitarian action in Borno state. In addition, with the heightened community vulnerabilities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, this edition further showcases the contributions of Action Against Hunger and WaterAid in supporting communities to curtail the spread of COVID-19, and how ActionAid is working with partners to address the rising cases of sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) since the introduction of the lockdown. Finally, NIF highlighted the INGO workforce in numbers across the country. Download Newsletter


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