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Monitoring Public Procurement spending during the COVID-19 Outbreak

Communications May 20, 2020 0

Monitoring Public Procurement Spending during the COVID-19 Outbreak This article was culled from Open Contracting Partnership Many governments have turned to emergency procedures,...

COVID19: Regaining Citizen’s Trust in Nigeria’s Government

Kevwe April 24, 2020 0

COVID19: Regaining Citizen’s Trust in Nigeria’s Government through Strategic Communications Kevwe Oghide Citizens distrust in Nigerian government spans two decades and continues to hit a...

Public Administration and the Golden Question

Communications April 23, 2020 2

Public Administration and the Golden Question By Tosan Begho  Imagine a world where the government of a state cannot be held responsible for their actions, a world where due process is...

An Examination of Girls’ Education Policies in Nigeria with a Focus on the Northeast

Communications April 21, 2020 0

An Examination of Girls’ Education Policies in Nigeria with a Focus on the North-East School girls in Yobe State The Universal Declaration on Human Rights which was adopted in 1948...

The Role of Civil Society Groups During COVID-19 Pandemic

Communications April 14, 2020 0

Charles Uche ESQ I was recently asked how Civil Society Groups could contribute to the COVID-19 efforts. These are my thoughts; Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) can play key roles in...

COVID-19: We Are in this Together

Communications March 26, 2020 0

COVID-19: We Are in this Together Dear Friends of CODE and Follow The Money Our world is currently threatened by COVID-19, with significant implications on health, personal and professional...

Women’s Equality in Nigeria, is this even Possible?

Communications March 8, 2020 0

Anne Alagbe Women in Waru Community There have been notable improvements in Nigeria concerning the treatment of women. More women are filling roles in public offices but not enough has been...

Why You Cannot Keep Ignoring Climate Change

Communications March 5, 2020 0

Hyeladzira James Mshelia Zira holding up SDG 13 Climate Action card Greenhouse gas emissions constantly pose significant threats to flora and fauna,  economic development, as well as...

Volunteering with CODE: First Impressions Last!

Communications March 4, 2020 0

Saater Brenda Ikpaahindi  Walking up the stairs to Connected Development’s (CODE) office, I wasn’t sure what to expect.  The first thing that caught my attention as I reached the...

Can We Truly Achieve Social Justice in Nigeria?

Communications February 19, 2020 0

By Anne Alagbe The idea of social justice continues to be far-reaching especially in a country like Nigeria. We still grapple with fair treatment and advocating for equality seems to be...