About NIP

About National Intervention Project

Achieving SDGs in Nigeria through LGAs

Achieving the SDGs in Nigeria through LGAs, RSECESSA is well positioned to coordinate national programmes and to ensure optimum results from domestic resources towards reducing poverty, while Local Governments which have better knowledge of their local environments and their needs – thereby placing them in a better position to implement projects.

Through the Conditional Grants Scheme, RSECESSA seeks to build the capacities of Local Governments in order to improve governance, service delivery, poverty reduction, transparency, and accountability as well as the attainment of the SDGs. This proposal is to reduce the poverty level in the country and to make unserved population to be included and feel the impact of the government for the neglect they are for the past years in Nigeria.

The Grants Scheme is a programme in which Local Governments are availed the opportunity to access funds annually. The Grant Scheme is contingent on abiding with specific criteria and governing guidelines. This intervention is by way of making financial grants available to Local Governments in a clearly designed conditional partnership agreement where the Local Governments contribute equal amounts (i.e. fifteen percent from as cash counterpart contribution from the Local Government) for the execution of projects in line with the objectives of the MDGs.

 

The Grant Scheme to Local Governments is to fast-track the achievement of the MDGs and build a sustainable foundation for effective service delivery in Local Governments and local communities. By strengthening the role of Local Governments in articulating needs of the communities, responding to human development indicators, and managing development initiatives, the Grant Scheme also seeks to move beyond construction of infrastructure to improve all the aspects of service delivery and respond to emerging priorities and challenges. Furthermore, the Grant Scheme to Local Governments strengthens intergovernmental collaboration and coordination in the generation and communication of data; policy planning; and monitoring of performance. The total amount of funds available for both tracks of the Grant Scheme (i.e. Local Governments exclusive projects) are as appropriated in the budget for the year.

Project Areas of The Conditoinal Grant Scheme (CGS)

The Grant Scheme is clearly designed as a means of funding MDGs -related projects at Local Government levels. The National Secretariat will be in Abuja, draws on the country‟s MDGs assessment reports, the most recent indicators and current Federal, State and Local Government policy initiatives and selects each year the project areas that best address areas of greatest need (Water, Health, Education and Entrepreneurship).

AREAS OF INTERVENTION
  1. 1. Water & Sanitation
  2. 2. Health
  3. 3. Education
  4. 4. Entrepreneurship Training, Development and Support

AIMS
  1. • To reduce poverty and diseases
  2. • To have a productive population

GOALS
To serve Nigeria through Education and Healthy productive population

VISION
To meets the Sustainable Development Goals in Water, Health, Education and Entrepreneurship

STRATEGY/EXPECTED RESULTS
  1. 1. Reconstruction of New and Renovation of Classes in Primary and Junior Secondary School in all the LGAs
  2. 2. Providing Maps and Educational Materials to all Primary and Junior Secondary School/ LGA
  3. 3. Equipping and Supplying of one Model Science Primary School in every LGA
  4. 4. Providing School Bus for Primary Schools that a not close to the school/ LGA
  5. 5. Building New and Reconstruction of Dispensaries and Health Centers in each LGA
  6. 6. Providing Ambulance to each LGA
  7. 7. Designing a sustainable Drug Revolving Scheme
  8. 8. Equipping and Supply of Modern Diagnosis and Hospital Equipment to each LGA
  9. 9. Providing Solarize 100,000 Liters tank for 3 wards each year/LGA
  10. 10. Providing 5 borehole hand pump / LGA each year
  11. 11. Providing water pipes connection where necessary
  12. 12. Providing 70 cooperatives with a loan of N500,000 per cooperative for a productive venture that will add value to our agricultural produce, mining or manufacturing
  13. 13. Training and Capacity Building for successful entrepreneurs.
  14. 14. Project Vehicle will be provided per LGA
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MANAGEMENT TEAM

Alh. M. A. Mohammed
Chairman
Ibrahim Aminu Trader
Executive Director/CEO
Hon. Kafilat M Olakojo
LLB Law, LLM Int. Law
Bar. Peter Akaike Dauda
Legal Adviser - Abuja

Mr. Abraham Kehinde
Financial Economics - UK
Mr. Jide Osanaiye
MBA Finance - Abuja
Alh. Ahmed Idris
Fin & Mgt Consultant - Abuja
Dr. Jelili Olawore
Financial Consultant - USA