GMOU PARTICIPATORY STAKEHOLDER EVALUATION
A Joint Evaluation of the Global Memoranda of Understanding between Chevron, Community Organizations and State Governments in the Niger Delta. This report describes an evaluation of a core component.
AKWA IBOM OIL PALM PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME
NNF designed the Oil Palm Productivity Improvement programme for Akwa Ibom State in 2003 to deal with the constraints identified along the oil palm commodity chain (from production to marketing) so as to improve the production and processing of oil palm products, improve livelihoods of the stakeholders (farmers, nursery operators, processors, fabricators, input suppliers etc.) along .
BAUCHI-LAGOS BEEF COLD CHAIN STUDY REPORT
The following cold chain report addresses major issues within the Lagos – Bauchi cold chain trade in imported frozen fish, which was jointly initiated by the Citizens International of United States (CI) and New Nigeria Foundation (NNF) but funded by the Bauchi State Government and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The study was facilitated.
FINAL REPORT ON PEACE BUILDING AND PEACE EDUCATION PROJECT
The fallouts of the 2007 general elections generated serious restiveness and election-related violence, which resulted in loss of lives and property. Aggrieved persons, mainly youths with vested interests in the election and youths contracted by politicians, engaged in violent actions- burning houses, attacking political.
REPORT OF THE SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT IN EMEKUKU COMMUNITY, IMO STATE
New Nigeria Foundation undertook Sustainable Livelihood Assessments and needs assessments in Egbu and Emekuku communities. The assessments are useful in providing information on the livelihoods of the members of the communities, their strengths.
SOYA VALUE CHAIN BASELINE SURVEY
New Nigerian Foundation and Development Associates were commissioned to carry out a baseline survey of Soya production in four states namely Kaduna, Kano, Benue and Plateau States. Soya cultivation in Nigeria has grown over the years as a result of awareness of its economic.
OFADA BASELINE SURVEY
New Nigerian employment opportunities it is creating in the local communities. The target of the study is to make the production of the commodity more profitable to those engaged in it from the farmers, to the parboilers, millers and the marketers. Strategies adopted.
AGRO-INDUSTRY POTENTIALS AND CONSTRAINTS STUDY
New Nigeria Foundation was commissioned to carry out a study on Agro-Industry Potentials and Constraints in one state each in the six geo -political zones in Nigeria. The study was conducted by NNF in six states namely Abia, Akwa Ibom, Benue, Kano, Osun and Yobe States. The study incorporated a survey of farmers (livestock and crop), processors.
STRENGHTENING OF THE THREE AGRICULTURAL MeCHANIZATION
PrOpCom engaged the services of New Nigeria Foundation (NNF) with the specific objective of the assignment being to strengthen the three newly established zonal agricultural mechanization networks by facilitating the achievement of critical/foundational activities of the networks.
Sustainable development is part of the attributes of a developing country. Nigeria like other countries in the Sub Sahara Africa face challenges of rapidly urbanizing resource which are amplified in our environment due to chronic infrastructure deficiencies. Such Infrastructural deficiencies lead to inadequate access to clean sustainable energy, water, safe & clean habitation, compounded by exponentially rising waste generation.
New Nigeria Foundation participated in the world’s first Ethical Circular Economy workshop in Lagos which led to the compilation of this report with Sustainability School, Lagos and Rob & Melanin Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiative, Arizona State University.