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NPHCDA Reponds to Follow The Money FOI Request with Costed Workplan for Primary Healthcare Centre in Akwa Ibom State

Calls for Clinical Implementation of the Costed Work Plan in a Transparent Manner (Abuja – March 7, 2017) Follow The Money, the largest governmental transparency and accountability grassroots watchdog has received specific details from the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), on its implementation of N18.6 million contract sum for the rehabilitation of a Primary Healthcare Centre (PHC) at ...

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Follow The Money Response over the release of the $55.5m health grant to 36 states and the FCT

Information reaching us at this time is that the President Buhari led administration has released the humongous sum of $55.5m (NGN 17.4b) to 36 states and the FCT for the promotion of primary health care provision, with each of them getting $1.5m (NGN 471m). This is under the Saving One Million Lives (SOML) Projectof the World Bank. Since the end ...

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Dear Honourable Minister, I wish to use this medium to congratulate you on your appointment as the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations. It is an honour well-deserved. It is also an elevation that naturally stirs mixed feelings in some of us who are very much aware of what Nigeria stands to miss in your absence. So far, you have ...

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CODE’s Follow The Money Celebrated as One of The World’s 100 Most Inspiring Examples of Tech for Good!  

 Nominet Trust, the UK’s leading tech for good funder, has named Connected Development [CODE]’s Follow The Money initiative in the 2016 NT100 – a global celebration of this year’s 100 most inspiring social innovations using digital technology to drive social change around the world. NT100 plays a valuable role each year in inspiring those with the influence and resources to ...

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Press Release: CODE’s Observer Delegates Departs for the United States

A leading Nigerian Civil Society Organization (CSO), Connected Development [CODE] with Observer Status to monitor the US Presidential elections departs ahead of time for the United States. This was informed by a scheduled briefing with the Director of Elections  in the State of Colorado for appropriate clearance. The participants constituting of young people are expected to join other observers in ...

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Press Statement: Nigerian Civil Society Organization To Observe US Presidential Elections

A leading Nigerian Civil Society Organization (CSO), Connected Development [CODE] has been granted Observer Accreditation status in the State of Colorado for the upcoming November 8th 2016 US  Presidential Elections. The participants constituting of young people are expected to join other observers in the United States to ensure a credible and transparent polls in the coming elections Through the International ...

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Press Release: Ten Nigerians to Attend 2016 Sustainaware African Regional Conference in Zambia

Ten Nigerians have been confirmed to participate in the 2016 Sustainaware, a regional partnership conference taking place between 30th and 31st May, 2016 in Lusaka, capital of Zambia. The participants constituting journalists, environmental rights campaigners as well as sustainable development advocates are expected to join other partners to share knowledge, solve complex challenges bedevilling environmental safeguards and proffer possible solutions ...

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Follow The Money, an initiative of Connected Development [CODE] is growing to become the largest movement for transparency and accountability in rural communities in Africa. It started in 1 community in 2012, in 2013 it was 2, and 2015 it was 9, and in 2016 we hope to reach more rural communities in Africa including yours. Follow The Money wants ...

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