Nigeria’s socio-economic and security situation, COVID-19, and climate change impact have served a toxic mix of unemployment, loss of livelihood, and despondency for young Nigerians, impacting harder on those living in impoverished communities. Other factors underpinning poverty and unemployment for young people and particularly young rural women, include skills gaps, limited economic opportunities, restrictive and discriminatory economic policies, hostile business environment, and a worsening security situation due to several conflicts.
Understanding these challenges, ActionAid Nigeria, in partnership with South Saharan Social Development Organization, is implementing the Strategic Partnership Agreement II in Enugu state. The program aims to improve the realization of fundamental human and democratic rights and improve sustainable livelihoods, resilience and protection for young people, especially young women living in marginalization, including in disaster and protracted crises contexts in Nigeria.
Capacity building Training.
Good Governance Radio Programs
The impact of climate change has never been more evident, especially on agriculture in Nigeria. Erratic rainfall, flooding of farmlands, rising temperature, and soil degradation
South Saharan Social Development Organization, in partnership with ActionAid Nigeria, organized a 2-day capacity building on Budget monitoring and tracking under the Strategic Partnership Agreement
Nigeria’s climate has been changing: temperature increases; variable rainfall; rise in sea level and flooding; drought and desertification; land degradation; more frequent extreme weather events;
The Nigerian general election comes up in the next five months. Voter registration is over, and citizens must pick up their permanent voter’s cards and