Nigeria signed up to the AfCFTA on the 7th of July, 2019. This outlines how PDF contributed to the process that led up to the signing.
A simple guide to business regulations and export processes in Nigeria.
This report assesses the current innovation ecosystem across Nigeria and recommends design principles for innovation hubs to be developed regionally in the short and medium term.
Collective Action on Corruption in Nigeria; A Social Norms Approach to Connecting Society and Institutions
The findings from this report presents new evidence of the social beliefs and expectations that influence some day-today forms of corruption in Nigeria. It also diagnoses what drives corrupt behaviour in Nigeria, and the types of beliefs that support practices understood to be corrupt. Its findings are based largely on a national household survey in collaboration with Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics with support from FCDO (formerly DFID).
This report dissects the issues contributing to the Apapa gridlock in order to develop a plan of action to tackle the challenges identified.
The Network of Practicing Non-Oil Exporters of Nigeria (NPNEN) collaborated with PDF Bridge to bring a 90-minutes training on ‘Exploring Export Business Opportunities in the Post-COVID Era’. This training was delivered by Mr. Bamidele Ayemibo, a trustee of NPEN and an International Trade Expert.
This is the report from a feasibility study conducted on the possibility of constructing a border post and associated infrastructure at Saki West, Oyo State. Conducted in 2012 and funded by FCDO Nigeria Policy Development Facility (FCDO-PDF).
This story of change explains how a communications adviser helped the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority become more proactive in its communications strategy and be seen as a credible body for fiscal discipline and a trusted development partner.
This story of change highlights some of the achievements made in two key areas – Npower and innovation hubs – that underpin implementation of a strategic framework for job creation in Nigeria.