How to Start and Run a Sustainable NGO in Nigeria

NGOs Positioning Themselves

NGOs in Nigeria are institutions that keep Nigeria balanced in this day and age.  It is important to know how to start and run a sustainable NGO in Nigeria to begin a journey of recovery in Nigeria.  Right now, Nigeria is going through so many challenges.  Our economy is not doing well; when I go to the market now, my pockets are dolling out more money than 6 months prior.  Security is a big issue; I have to tell my sons my whereabouts in case of any issues.  Infrastructural problems, are the order of the day.  Youth unemployment, Gender inequity and oppression are problems that should not be ignored.

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Individuals have hopes and dreams with the desire to see a better Nigeria.  As a result, they start an NGO with the hope of making a sustainable difference.  The problem is; how do they begin?  Who would be the board of trustees?  What is the vision and mission?  How do we develop programs that enhance the vision of the organization?  What about funding?  How does fund-raising work?  These are important issues to cover to ensure sustainability.

When I was engaging with the National Democratic Institute for International affairs, I realized that donors are eager to provide the resources for NGOs to provide impact.  There is just one problem.  The NGOs do not have the capacity to run large portfolio projects.  Our NGOs need capacity building in order to enhance their knowledge.  I realized that in our nation, we are good people who want to make a difference in our own way.  Let us build NGOs that will serve our communities and nation.  This will in turn Transform Nigeria from the inside out.

Join me in Abuja by registering for the event.

When:  Tuesday-Thursday July 24th-26th

Where: CBN International Training Institute

Time: 9:00am prompt

The seminar is now 40% off.  REGISTER NOW to reserve your seats.  Knowledge is power!!!!

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