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Christian Aid is an international development agency. Operating in Nigeria since 2003, we address humanitarian needs, community health &HIV, governance & gender
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CAID Nigeria 5h
You should read this, a very interesting piece!!!
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CAID Press Office Sep 13
Latest: New initiative puts women at the heart of humanitarian response in Nigeria
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Nkese Udongwo Sep 12
is being launched on 13th September 2019 in Abuja. Be there. Support
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Edem Wosornu Sep 13
It was a great honour to help launching the important Women in Humanitarian Response in Nigeria Initiative with the women who inspire so many Thank u Mimidoo Achakpa for bringing us together Congratulations to all in !
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CAID Nigeria 9h
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Humanitarian response in Nigeria is not only about the northeast, that is why this framework is looking at as a whole.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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Government should develop framework & strategies for monitoring and supervising INGOs and NGOs.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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In the next 5yrs we want to see working synergy and solidarity among local partners in .
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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The agenda for should give local and international NGOs equal opportunities.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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The agenda for should be targeted at empowering local NGOs for sustainability.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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Local NGOs need to take the lead in humanitarian response, reflecting international best practice.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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Break out session.... What should the Nigerian localization framework look like?
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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Working with local NGOs is a priority for us. - Alta Bell, Humanitarian Advisor,
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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Local NGOs need to have clearly defined templates and policies for partnership and bring that to the negotiating table. - Elise Baudur, IFRC
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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We practise real partnership and not just subcontracting, it is about listening to your partners and involving them from day one. - Ben Munson, Program Manager, Street Child
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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Currently only 11 NGOs have access to national funding. INGOs need to help in building the capacity of NGOs in financial management.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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According to research, local NGOs have issues with financial management and reporting. Thus the need for capacity building in project management and planning.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
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Today key findings from the localization research for and capacity assessment for NGOs will be presented and used to in form the formation of framework for Nigeria.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 17
National localization framework workshop ongoing.
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CAID Nigeria Sep 16
This is Utuhologwu community in State. Earlier today the water level readings on the river gauge triggered a flood warning alert-10ft above ground level. Affected areas have been evacuated & no life lost. An active early warning system triggered early response.
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