Corporate Social Enterprise: A mechanism for creating shared business and social value

As the traditional development landscape changes and the role of the private sector in development is increasingly elevated, new approaches are emerging. Designed to align with and advance business objectives, corporate social enterprises unite…More
2013 Niger Delta Development Forum

The theme of this year’s NDDF is “Repositioning & Stimulating Innovative approaches for competitive Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development in the Niger Delta.” Learn more about this annual outreach event taking place on November 26 & 27, 2013 in Benin City, Edo State…More

PIND Foundation Receives a Niger Delta Merit Award at 2yrs old

On the 20th of September, 2012, PIND Foundation, local partners of Niger Delta Partnership Initiative (NDPI) received an award at the 3rd Annual Edition of the Niger Delta Achievers’ Merit Award (NDAMA) for its concept in the use of multi-stakeholders partnerships to drive growth and development in the Niger Delta region…More
NDPI Foundation Opens Doors of Economic Development Center

Warri, Nigeria, 9th May 2012 – The Niger Delta Partnership Initiatives (NDPI) and it’s local partner, the Partnership Initiative in the Niger Delta (PIND) held a commissioning ceremony in Egbokodo, Warri on Wednesday, May 9 to mark the opening of its Economic Development Center (EDC)… More

The Niger Delta Partnership Initiative (NDPI) Foundation

The Niger Delta Partnership Initiative (NDPI) Foundation is working to create innovative and dynamic partnerships in the nine states of Nigeria’s Niger Delta region. NDPI is proudly supported by Chevron, which has endowed the foundation with $50 million over a five-year period from 2010 to 2014. NDPI seeks to augment its funds with donor partner funding to develop a project portfolio totaling $100 million.

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NDPI Strategic Plan 2011 – 2014

Where NDPI Works – Nigeria’s Niger Delta Region

Niger Delta

The NDPI Foundation focuses its work in the Niger Delta region, home to more than 30 million people, 70% of whom live in poverty. The majority of the poor in this region are rural and young, with 62% of the population 30 years old and younger. This region is among the world’s leading international development challenges.

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NDPI Programs

In order to achieve this mission, NDPI has structured its activities within four distinct programs including:

  • An economic development program focused on generating opportunities for pro-poor market development and employment generation.
  • A capacity building program that will build the service delivery and engagement capacity of government, civil society and communities.
  • A peace-building program that strengthens conflict resolution mechanisms for enabling integrated peace and economic growth.
  • An analysis & advocacy program that improves analysis and understanding of systemic constraints to growth in the Niger Delta region.

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