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The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) is a Nigerian non-profit corporate social enterprise established in 2010 by Chevron Corporation as a regional strategy for addressing the multi-faceted and deep-rooted social and economic problems in the Niger Delta rather than the symptoms.

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PIND is seeking proposals from Civil Society Organisations to carry out conflict management interventions in Communities of Delta State particularly in any of the following communities;

Benikrukru, Makaraba, Oporoza, Okerenkoko, Kokodiagbene, Kenyagbene, Okoyitoru, Opuama, Tsekelewu, Dagbolo, Ugbo Monye Olougbene, Korowei (DUMOK), Opia, Ikenyan, Ogbudugbudu, Adagbarasa, Polobubor, Opuama, Dinkoru and  Ode-Ugborodo, Madangho, Ajudaibo, Ogidigben, Ijaghala, Ugboegungun, Jakpa, Ugboelegin, Aja-Amita, Tebu, Udo, Ebrohimi, Gbokoda, Obaghoro, Kolokolo, Tisun, Usor, Ureju, Sagharatie, Eghoro, Deghele, Bateren, Omadino.

PIND’s small grants project supports CSOs to address drivers of conflict in communities of the Niger Delta.


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