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InnovationMatters Limited (IM) inspires people, organizations and governments to initiate and adopt new approaches for gaining social and economic advantage. We do this by providing and managing transformational knowledge and skills, which countries need for creating massive impacts in their area of concern.

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CSOs gather for ACID Training in Lagos

The AntiCorruption Internet Database is gaining traction by the day. May 16th saw about 40 civil societies coming together at the Pennisula Hotel in Lagos to further learn on how to engage with the platform in a way to strengthen the fight against corruption. Facilitated by Lagos based WANGONet with support from OSIWA, the civil societies were taught the technical details of using the portal.

 

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CENTRE FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT’S ROLE IN ERADICATING CORRUPTION AND ENTRENCHING GOOD GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA

Centre for Human Development has been involved in promoting good governance for the past twelve years through research, capacity building and strengthening institutions. For over ten years the empowerment of NGOs and CBOs to become effective and sustainable change agents has been the center piece of the CHD’s good governance program. In 2001, the organization launched two major projects: Building Partnerships for Good Governance and Building Institutions for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.

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PRADIN activity report for 2012

Procurement Observation and Advocacy Initiative

 

YEAR 2012 ACTIVITY REPORT

 

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Self-Help: How to Calculate Corruption in Nigeria

When corrupt political leaders or “escapade” of corrupt individuals is reported in Nigeria most of the time, the reports are usually punctuated with shocking figures. But these jaw-dropping figures will remain just figures unless it is translated in a way the average man on the street can understand.

A classic example of what I mean can be found on Ventures Africa’s news portal. In his article, “James Ibori And The Futility Of Public Office Theft,” Fisayo Soyombo wrote:

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