Linking Partners for Niger Delta Development

October 4, 2016

#StartupSouth: Calling All Startups In the South-South/South-East

Are you working on an innovative new business - especially one that's leveraging technology to solve problems? If yes, you are invited to pitch your startup/idea before an audience comprising active early stage, seed and angel investors, potential customers and partners.
September 6, 2016

Social Monday slides

NDLink used the entire month of August to teach staff of PIND Foundation on the basic use of social media tools and platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Infographics) […]
August 26, 2016

Singapore Firm to Invest $100 Million in Akwa Ibom

A Singapore-based investment organization, Ashdene Associates Nigeria, has signed an agreement with the Akwa Ibom State Government for investment in agricultural development, infrastructural expansion and consolidation worth about $100 million.
August 10, 2016

[STORIFY] Demonstrating Impact in the Niger Delta #NDImpact

On the heels of the recently launched Impact Assessment Report on "Assessing Impact in Nigeria's Niger Delta", PIND, and its sister organization, NDPI, hosted a Twitter Townhall to discuss impact of development in the Niger Delta using the hashtag #ndimpact
August 5, 2016

Agrihack West Africa 2016 participants inspired at bootcamp

The 2016 Youth-Enabled Fish Farming AgriHack West Africa (YEFFA) continues with a week-long series of events. The CTA sponsored ICT4Ag intervention is being staged simultaneously in four West African cities of Ibadan, Warri, Lome, and Cotonou and hosted at technology hubs of Wennovation Hub, PIND, Woelab, and EtriLabs respectively.
July 26, 2016

2016 Nigeria Agricultural Sector Policy Roadmap

Starting in 2010 – 2011, the Government of Nigeria, after years of benign neglect, began to reform the agriculture sector. To refocus the sector, the Government implemented a new strategy, the Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA). In 2011-2016, the focus was on rebuilding a sector whose relevance had shrunk dramatically. That was reflected in the lack of lending to farmers by the financial system and the dramatic levels of food imports from across the world. That intervention, the ATA, served its core purpose of helping refocus Nigeria’s attention on agriculture