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If I were kidnapped in Nigeria—the plight of the common man!
“Congratulations Nigeria: Nigerian troops rescue 43 kidnapped people, recover 500 cows from Boko Haram”—News flash, Premium times. On a certain Monday morning, I woke up to this news which left me...
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 18:42
Why BEPS is not the solution to poor countries’ tax problems
5 Oct 2015
The West African Giveaway: Use & Abuse of Corporate Tax Incentives in ECOWAS
24 Aug 2015
This report examines corporate tax incentives and their impact in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), with a focus on four countries: Nigeria, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire and...
Simplified version of UN voluntary guidelines on tenure of land, fisheries and forests
30 Jul 2015
ActionAid Nigeria has created a short, simplified version of the UN Guidelines on the responsible governance of tenure of land, fisheries and forests, so farmers and communities can better understand...
Corruption & Poverty in Nigeria: The Linkages
30 Jun 2015
This 10 page booklet illustrates the linkages between poverty and corruption in Nigeria using infographics. It can be downloaded for free using the link in the bottom right corner of this page...
Poverty and Corruption in Nigeria: A Report
30 Jun 2015
Nigeria has the largest economy on the African continent. Ironically, the country also harbours some of the poorest people in the world with as many as 69 percent of the population living below...
If Only We Knew... Blog by Obo Effanga
If only they had seen the oil as a dwindling resource. If only they had appreciated that the bonus from oil windfall was an aberration and couldn’t be relied upon to build a dream on. If only...
Thursday, May 21, 2015 - 18:00
Food & land rights
What Does it Take for a Woman to be in Politics? - Blog by Esther Agbon
It was not an easy task conceptualising leadership training for young female activist and experienced women in politics. How do you have a training geared at awakening the interest of young...
Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 12:04
women in politics; Nigerian politics; youth and governance; leadership
The Building of Health and Hope
For the people of Aduwan II Community in Kaduna State, having access to quality health care services was but a mere dream. What they had access to was barely short of a joke.
HIV / AIDS
Creating Laws, Changing Lives
Stephen Yongo remembers clearly the story of discrimination that pushed him over the edge. It was the story of a Benue man being denied a job because of his HIV positive status.Why it was this...
Discrimination in Nigeria
HIV in Benue
HIV in Nigeria
People Living with HIV
HIV / AIDS