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.
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 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.
This story of change describes how an Embedded Adviser provided by Policy Development Facility Phase II supported Nigeria in issuing sovereign green bonds to help finance environmental projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
This story of change explains how an off-grid power supply initiative, supported by Embedded Advisers under Policy Development Facility Phase II, is creating new economic opportunities in rural Nigeria.
Policy Development Facility Phase II (PDF II) was a flexible, rapid-response facility set up to support Champions of Change in implementing economic and social policies that help reduce poverty in Nigeria. Funded with UK aid from the UK government, PDF II’s goal was to provide Champions of Change with improved capacity and evidence to help them pursue vital economic and social reforms.
As the successor to PDF, PDF II began operations on 1 April 2015 and ran for five years, ending on 31 March 2020.
This document chronicles the achievements, impacts and long-term benefits of Policy Development Facility Phase II