Linking Partners for Niger Delta Development

February 10, 2015

Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and The Niger Delta Partnership Initiative Collaborate on Economic Growth

The Niger Delta Partnership Initiative (NDPI) Foundation and the Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business
February 6, 2015

Register for the 5-day International Training on Low Cost Sanitation organised by PIND and CAWST

A 5-day Cutting-edge International Training/Workshop on “Low Cost Sanitation”, from 9th – 13th March 2015 at Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. (with Facilitators from Canada and Zambia)
November 3, 2014

Storify of #NDDF2014 Washington DC

The #NDDF2014 hashtag sought to support and enhance the success of the Niger Delta Development Forum (NDDF) in Washington, D.C. by engaging a wide range of stakeholders from across the world to raise awareness of NDDF and NDLink as a convening information platform and help build a sustainable future for the Niger Delta.
October 10, 2014

Morgan Smart Development Foundation Launches Youth Network in Delta State

Concerned with the rate of unemployment and idleness among youths living in the rural communities of Warri, Delta State, a not for profit outfit, Morgan Smart Development Foundation (MSDF) has sponsored the inauguration of a Youths for Peace Network (M-YPN) in the State.
October 9, 2014

GSRDC Topic Guide on Conflict Sensitivity

In order for conflict sensitivity to be effective and to maximise impact, it should be mainstreamed within an organisation. This requires institutional capacity, commitment and the right incentives. Conflict sensitivity also needs to be applied consistently at the different levels of intervention (project, programme, sector, policy and inter-agency); and holistically throughout the programme cycle (design and planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation).