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.
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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