A simple guide to business regulations and export processes in Nigeria.
Mike Ibiam, a PDF II Technical Assistant appointed to support the Head of Nigeria’s Efficiency Unit, discusses his efforts to reduce the rising costs of governance.
The Energizing Economies Initiative ensures a clean, reliable and affordable off-grid energy solution to small and medium-sized enterprises operating within strategic economic clusters such as markets, shopping complexes and agricultural and industrial facilities.
Titilope Ojo, Lead for the Trade Policy Workstream, discusses her role in the development of inclusive trade policies that reflected the demands and needs of previously marginalised voices.
This report presents a market analysis of the 22 identified products of the Zero-oil initiative providing a comprehensive analysis on the export potentials, key markets, existing value chain, and quality requirements of six (6) key products namely; Soya, sugar, rubber, leather, cocoa beans, and ginder.
Nabila Aguele, a PDF II adviser attached to the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, discusses her efforts to improve performance management and development cooperation.
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.
Obinna Ugochukwu, a PDF II Climate Finance Adviser attached to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Finance, discusses his role planning and implementing Nigeria’s Green Bond Initiative.
PDF II efforts to improve the competency and credibility of the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) generated additional funds to invest in critical development projects – including the NSIA-LUTH Cancer Centre.
Dr. Greg Ezeilo, Adviser to the Pubic Accounts Committee of the House of Representatives, talks about his efforts to clear the backlog of PAC reports which had not been published for 10 years.