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NGOs IN NIGERIA POSITIONING FOR EFFICIENCY SUMMIT AND CAPACITY BUILDING
GOs IN NIGERIA POSITIONING FOR EFFICIENCY SUMMIT AND CAPACITY BUILDING
This summit is a gathering of NGOs, NPOs, CSO, CBO, FBOs, INGO, Aid NGOs, Founders, Professionals, Organised private sector stakeholders and Government agencies who share a common interest in deepening the strategy for NGOs/NPOs/FBOs development in Nigeria.
The conference will be facilitated by United Nations Consultants experts.
It will address the following: NGOs Networking, Negotiation and Engagement, Project Implementation strategies for NGOs, Management Accounting for NGOs, Project Management Skills for NGOs, Proposal Writing: Concept Note, Effective Fund Raising and Grant Making, Building the Governance Framework, Attain Consultative Status with United Nation, Starting and Understanding NGOs Administration, Communication and Media Relations for NGOs, How to win Campaigns and Advocacy for NGOs, Project Monitoring and Evaluation, Documentation and Report writing, NGOs Need assessment, Legal-regulation and Fiscal Compliances, Using ICT in Taking NGO to the Next Level in the new face of Nigeria.
DATE: Nov 15th -17th,2018
TIME:10 am Prompt daily
VENUE: The Nigeria National Merit House No,22, J.T.Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja
Acct Name: Formazione Business School
Bank Name: GTBank.
Expected Invited Participants for the Summit.
We intend to use the summit to bring together stakeholders and policy-makers from the public and private sectors, as well as experts and practitioners from both local and international establishments, to resolve the lingering challenges and poor service delivery by both NGOs and government agencies. The occasion is expected to attract a large number of participants, particularly Non Profit organizations(NPOs), Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs),Community Based Organizations (CBOs),Civil Society organizations (CSOs), Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS), Federal Ministry of Health, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA),National Planning Commission, National Action Committee on AIDs, Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),National Bureau of Statistics, National Boundary Commission, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) ,TY Danjuma Foundation, Special Control Unit of Money Laundry(SCUML ) , Network of People Living with HIV and AIDS in Nigeria (NEPWAN), The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA),National Human Right Commission, include the organized private sector (OPS),Media Houses, Financial Institutions, professional bodies and other MDAs.