BRIEF ON NEW NIGERIA FOUNDATION
New Nigeria Foundation (NNF) was incorporated with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in November 2000 as a non-governmental organisation to promote sustainable community development initiatives through public-private partnerships.
New Nigeria Foundation (NNF) mobilizes resources from international development and UN Agencies, Nigeria private and public institutions, federal and state governments and other sources that may be available to undertake development activities.
Sustainable socio-economic development of communities through public-private partnerships.
To provide a platform for strategic private and public sector collaboration, aimed at promoting sustainable socio-economic development activities in communities.
Core Principles and Strategic Approaches
Our programmes place strong emphasis on the development needs of the country and the resultant empowerment of its citizens. The following core principles and strategic approaches underline our programmes:
The combination of these core principles with their emphasis on partnership, accountability, integration, improved governance and the focus on measurement of results are critical factors in the achievement of NNF's strategic objectives.
Core Organizational Competencies and Strengths
Our core organizational competencies and strengths include:
- Ability to mobilize human, material and financial resources from both public and private organizations (locally & internationally) for development projects.
- Ability to design projects that allow for creation of synergies that encourage participation of multiple donors/partners.
- Ability to coordinate activities of partners, which include civil society groups, government agencies, and private organizations in the implementation of projects.
- Ability to mobilize private sector organizations to undertake activities related to corporate social responsibility