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Monitoring COVID-19 Impact on Nigerian Households

Alleviating the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis is vital for preventing poverty from deepening and increasing in Nigeria

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Long Term Impact

How COVID-19 will impact our cities in the long term, poverty have been vividly exposed and have deepened with the economic impact of the pandemic.

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Impact of COVID-19 on households

The extensive country coverage of the phone surveys opens up opportunities to view the impacts of COVID-19 on people and firms.

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SOME CSDP IMPORTANT METRICS

Community participation has been credited by many sectors and groups as one major tools that can ensure the sustainability of community development projects; wherein the communities themselves initiate and own the projects. The Community And Social Development Project (CSDP) is one of such community driven projects that have lived true to that purpose. Some important metrics are:

29

States

558

LGA

4,300

Communities

45,581,175

Beneficiaries

17,048

Micro Projects in Total

14,895

Community Micro projects

2,153

Group Micro projects

CSDP/FPSU IN PICTURES

CSDP/NG-CARES Events
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Dr. Abdulkarim Obaje, NC CSDP

FPSU sponsored International training on Implementing and Managing Multi-Sectoral Programmes for Results in a Pandemic in Nairobi, Kenya

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NC NASSCO, Iora Apera

FPSU sponsored International training on Implementing and Managing Multi-Sectoral Programmes for Results in a Pandemic in Nairobi, Kenya

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The Chairman of the Federal Technical team of the NG CARES, Aso Vakporaye

FPSU sponsored International training on Implementing and Managing Multi-Sectoral Programmes for Results in a Pandemic in Nairobi, Kenya

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Participant

FPSU sponsored International training on Implementing and Managing Multi-Sectoral Programmes for Results in a Pandemic in Nairobi, Kenya

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Chairman NG-CARES Technical Committee Aso Vakporaye

Praying to God for Success of NG-CARES

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Celebrating with the Chairman NG-CARES Technical Committee Aso Vakporaye

On the occassion of his birthday

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National Coordinator of CSDP, Dr. Obaje

At the Kaduna CSDA Recruitment Excercise

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Members of the various Committees

Discussing the Communication Chapter of the Generic Operations Manual (GOM)

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National Coordinator of CSDP, Dr. Obaje

Disecting the Generic Operations Manual (GOM)

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Ebonyi State Commissioner for Business Development

Dr. Stephen Odo chaired a session at the GOM Workshop

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Friday Alhaji, a PhD student from University of South Africa

receiving FPSU sourvenir from Dr. Obaje. Frida is researching on Participatory Development in South Africa and Nigeria.

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Kebbi State NG-CARES Team

Discussing during the GOM Workshop

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Meet the new GM Enugu CSDA

Mr. Onoja ThankGod

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NC CSDP Dr. Obaje (left) shed some light

on the Project during the NTA Political Update with Fisayo Ogunfuyi

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NC CSDP, Dr. Obaje (right) Presenting CSDP PhotoBook

to Hon. Bashir Jegawa (left) Sokoto State Commissioner for Trade and Investment

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GOM Manual discussion

NC FADAMA, Balarabe Abdulrahman (right) with AG NC YESSO, Hajara Same

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GOM Manual discussion

NC FADAMA, Balarabe Abdulrahmanand NC CSDP, Dr. Abdulkarim Obaje

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Saude Atoyebi

AG GM Kaduna CSDA

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GOM Manual discussion

The BOI Delegation for NG CARES

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Towards NG-CARES Effectiveness

Thematic visit to Oyo State Commissioner for Finance Mr. Akin Ojo

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Generic Operations Manaual Workshop

TTL of NG CARES Prof. F. Okunmadewa joined the Workshop virtually.

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National Coordinator, FCSU, Dr. Abdulkarim Obaje, Center

In discuss with members of the NCARES Committee during a Retreat at Lagos

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Standing up To mitigate the shocks of COVID 19

ED of Strategy and Research, Lateef Shittu (Extreme Left) Minister of Industry, Trade and Inv., Niyi Adebayo, Minister of State, Fin, Bud. and Nat Plan(FBNP), Prince Clem Agba & PS, Ministry of FBNP Mrs Olusola Idowu during the N-CARES Retreat, Lagos.

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Hon. Ministers of the Federal Republic

Minister of Industry, Trade and Inv, Niyi Adebayo (Left) and Minister of State, FBNP, Prince Clem Agba (Right) at the NCARES Retreat held at Eko Hotel, Lagos

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Ensuring Effectiveness of the Retreat

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Mrs Olusola Idowu delivering a speech at the NCARES Retreat in Lagos

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National Coordinator, NASSCO

NC NASSCO, Iorwa Apera (Left) and NC CSDP Dr Abdulkarim Obaje in a tete-a-tete

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Chairman, NCARES Federal Preparatory Team

Mr. Aso Vakporaye, Ag. Director, Economic Growth Department, Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Delivering a speech at the Retreat, Lagos

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    SANWO-OLU Launches $20 Million ‘LAGOS CARES’ Programme for Youth and Women

    MSMEs, Farmers among Top Beneficiaries of Economic Stimulus Programme, Project Funded Through World Bank Facility

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    SANWO-OLU Launches $20 Million ‘LAGOS CARES’ Programme for Youth and Women

    Lagos State Government has rolled out a $20 million Coronavirus (COVID-19) Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus (Lagos CARES) Programme to support livelihood for poor and vulnerable households and to expand food security services in the State.

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    CSDP Participating States

    The CSDP currently has 30 states out of 37 plus FCT as participating states. Click below to see a list of participating states, or locate your preferred state on the hyperlink enabled map to visit the website of a participating state.

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    CSDP Participating States

    Click on the hyperlink map below for more information on our participating states.

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    Following the successes of the World Bank assisted Community and Social Development Project (CSDP) in the North East, governments of the region are advocating for the continuation of the project which they say is impacting on the lives of their people.

    The state governments of Adamawa, Taraba and Borno states want the Federal Government to put in motion, machinery that would lead to the immediate take off of the new CSDP as soon as the current World Bank funding of the CSDP comes to an end in June 2020. The state governments separately made the appeal when the National Coordinator of CSDP, Dr. Abdulkarim Obaje, paid them a courtesy visit.

    Adamawa State Governor, Rt. Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri said the state government and its people are beneficiaries of the CSDP and are thankful to the Federal Government for initiating the community Driven Development project. He added that despite security challenges in the state, the project was able to implement 447 micro projects even in areas worst hit by insurgency.

    “We found the CSDP project to be very laudable and in consonance with the development idea and projection of our government and will therefore support the Federal government to extend the project. According to the Governor, the North East and indeed Nigeria will benefit if the Federal Government continue the CSDP, adding that the poor and vulnerable people benefit more from the intervention."  

     

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    • The Community and Social Development Project (CSDP) has assisted communities and vulnerable groups to execute 16,455 micro projects across the 29 states and the FCT, covering eight sectors of the rural economy of 586 Local Government Areas and Area Councils in the country.

      Dr. Abdulkarim Obaje 
      National Coordinator, CSDP

    • Giving an overview of the CARES Project, the project is design to ensure food security and provide livelihood support to poor and vulnerable families as well as facilitate the recovery of local economic activities in the state.

      Dr Inyang Asibong
      Team Lead and Chairperson, CARES Project

    • Gov. Ishaku of Taraba State through CSDP have drilled over 500 Boreholes across the state. CSDP has done considerably well in achieving its goals in Taraba. The program has done a lot in the health sector of the state, youth empowerment through skills acquisition, built and renovated 108 schools.

      Mr. Irimiya Ezekiel Danjuma
      GM of CSDP in Taraba

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    Hon. Minister

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    National Coordinator, NASSCO

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    Dr. Abdulkarim Obaje

    National Coordinator, CSDP

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    Head of Management Information & Monitoring

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    Head of Operations

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