International Women’s Day: A CAREER WOMAN IN A MAN’S WORLD

kevwe March 8, 2019 0

Photo of women in Waru Community By: Hyeladzira James Mshelia Gender issues continue to plague our World. Generally, women are mostly at a disadvantage and their roles and contributions to...

#NigeriaDecides2019: Youngest Candidate for Kano State House of Assembly Pledges to Prioritize Water Programmes, Projects and Policies

Ani Nwachukwu Agwu February 16, 2019 0

High-Level courtesy Call to Comrade Adnan Mukhtar Tudunwada in his campaign office in Kano State, Nigeria Over the last few years, especially since the launch of Universal Basic Education Act...

Poverty Elimination: Five Presidential Candidates Commit to Revitalize Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Sector

Ani Nwachukwu Agwu February 16, 2019 0

Babatunde Ademola (Nigeria Community Movement Party), Mr. Emmanuel Ishie Etim (Change Nigeria Party) signing to revitalize WASH sector in Abuja About 25% of Nigerians defecate openly, placing...

Why Governments Should Open Up Their Data

Ani Nwachukwu Agwu January 31, 2019 0

Running 21st century governments by the “old rules” is reinforcing information asymmetry, inefficiency, inequality and ultimately poverty. In 2016, the eight richest people in the world had as...

[Project Overview] Taking #Vote4Wash to the Grassroots [CODE+WaterAid]

Ani Nwachukwu Agwu January 25, 2019 0

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)...

Decades of corruption have held Nigeria back — it’s time for change

Ani Nwachukwu Agwu January 21, 2019 0

Picture credit: Flickr/Fasasi Abbas Nigeria has had a checkered political and economic history Like many other African countries, it won its independence in 1960, and went on to install a...


Steffia Imoesi June 28, 2018 0

As a child, I loved playing the “Profession” game. From around the neighbourhood, kids will huddle together in a circle, and randomly pick a profession they dream of becoming, with rhythmic...


Ani Nwachukwu Agwu June 25, 2018 0

It has often been said that corruption is the bane of any progressive society as it stifles development, good governance, professionalism, as well as entrepreneurship. Corruption erodes the values...

Day of the African Child: Nigeria goes Mum over her 8.6 Million Out-of-school Children

Ani Nwachukwu Agwu June 16, 2018 0

In recent times, the Federal Government of Nigeria has been struggling to contain her 8.6 million out-of-school children (high figure in the world) through various interventions. One of such...

CODE Annual Report 2017

Hamzat Lawal March 1, 2018 0

Follow The Money 2017 Impact Stories in Rural Communities Download the report here CODE Annual Report 2017