Partners for peace

May 19, 2020

Niger Delta Quarterly Conflict Tracker – Q1 2020

  The Niger Delta Peace and conflict landscape remained largely unchanged during the first quarter of 2020. There were no significant changes in the trends and […]
February 5, 2020

Niger Delta Annual Conflict Report (January – December 2019)

  There were a number of changes in the Niger Delta peace and conflict landscape in 2019. A variety of interrelated and often overlapping conflict risk […]
August 14, 2018

PIND commits $190m to Niger Delta economic development and peace building

  The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) has committed more than $190 million in carrying out its corporate mandates in the Niger […]
March 5, 2015

[International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen] Women As Peace Agents in the Niger Delta- Profile of Barr. Mrs Biobara Makalabh

Barrister Mrs Biobara Makalabh Roseym aka ‘Mama Rose’ or ‘Madam Borikiri’ is a 55 year old retired Police. While in service, she rose to the rank of Divisional Police Officer (DPO).
March 5, 2015

[International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen] Women As Peace Agents in the Niger Delta- Profile of Ms. Ngwamma Onuoha

Ngwamma Onuoha, a woman in her mid-forties from Abia State has been involved in development work for over 12 years. She has served in various capacities as Deputy Coordinator, Civil Society on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (CiSHAN),
March 5, 2015

[International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen] Women As Peace Agents in the Niger Delta- Profile of Mrs Mercy Akpowowo

The International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen is a series that highlight key women, who through their actions and work, have created a peaceful environment that has led to more economic opportunities for women and men in their local communities.
March 5, 2015

[International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen] Women As Peace Agents in the Niger Delta- Profile of Hon. Fanty Goodness Wareya

Hon Fanty Goodness Wareya is a 49 year old woman and the immediate past chairperson of the Gbaramatu C.D.C. She grew up in Warri. According to her, “we did not talk of tribe back then. We only knew ourselves as Warri people or Waferians”.
March 5, 2015

[International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen] Women As Peace Agents in the Niger Delta- Profile of Mrs. Ajih Florence

Mrs. Ajih Florence is a 65-year old grandmother from Arogbo-Ijaw community, Esa - Odo Local LGA of Ondo State. She is the Executive Director of Women Advancement and Development Initiative (WADI).
March 5, 2015

[International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen] Women As Peace Agents in the Niger Delta- Profile of Ms Emem J. Okon

Ms Emem J. Okon is a 47 year old activist from Ikot Otu village in Ikot Ekpene Local Government Area of Cross River State. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Kebetkache Women Development & Resource Centre, a women’s rights focused organization headquartered in Port Harcourt,
March 5, 2015

[International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen] Women As Peace Agents in the Niger Delta- Profile of Mrs Blessing Orijos

Mrs Blessing Orijos is a 33 year old woman who hails from the Rumunkita family, Ovelle, Nvakpohia, Rumuekpe, Emuoha LGA of Rivers State. She is the leader of the Rumuekpe Women Prayer Warriors.
March 5, 2015

[International Women’s Day #MakeItHappen] — Women As Peace Agents in the Niger Delta. Profile of Mrs Mfon Edidiong Esua

Mrs. Mfon Edidiong Esua, the Executive Director of Dynamic Youth Development Organization, Uyo is 35 years old and a native of Akai Atti Udesi community in Mbo L.G.A of Akwa Ibom State.