The first edition of the Niger Delta Development Forum (NDDF), with the theme ‘supporting poverty reduction through partnership’ was held on the 21st and 22nd of November, 2012 in Port Harcourt with…
In 2012, PIND Foundation commissioned a scoping study into the palm oil agricultural sector to gain a deeper understanding of the market dynamics within the sector, including the constraints limiting the industry… More
From the 19th to the 28th of February 2013, PIND partnered with MARKETS II Project to successfully train 13 professional service providers, made up of 4 women and 9 men from across the Niger Delta on how to develop and administer organizational capacity assessment (OCA) tools… More
On the 20th of September, 2012, PIND Foundation received an award at the 3rd Annual Edition of the Niger Delta Achievers’ Merit Award (NDAMA) for its concept in the use of multi-stakeholders partnerships to drive growth and development in the Niger Delta region… More
As part of its commitment to promoting peace building within the Niger Delta, PIND, in collaboration with five local organizations, conducted qualitative research and analysis of the key issues and drivers of conflict within the region… More
Advancing the capabilities of government, civil society, and local communities in the Niger Delta is a top priority for the Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND)… More
The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta
The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) is working to create innovative and dynamic partnerships in the nine states of Nigeria’s Niger Delta Region. PIND is proudly supported by Chevron, which has endowed the foundation with funding over a five-year period from 2010 to 2014.
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NEW PIND Strategic Plan 2011 – 2014
Where PIND Works – Nigeria’s Niger River Delta Region
The PIND Foundation focuses its work in the Niger Delta Region, home to more than 30 million people, 70% of whom live in poverty. The majority of the poor in this region are rural and young, with 62% of the population 30 years-old and younger. This region is among the world’s leading international development challenges.
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In order to achieve this mission, PIND has structured its activities within four distinct programs including:
- An economic development program focused on generating opportunities for pro-poor market development and employment generation.
- A capacity building program that will build the service delivery and engagement capacity of government, civil society and communities.
- A peace-building program that strengthens conflict resolution mechanisms for enabling integrated peace and economic growth.
- An analysis & advocacy program that improves analysis and understanding of systemic constraints to growth in the Niger Delta region.
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