ANEEJ Annual Report 2020

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Message from the Executive Director The spread of COVID-19 early 2020 disrupted the economy of nations around the world and led to a paradigm shift in the operations of institutions, government and individuals. The pandemic coupled with EndSars protests and security challenges in Nigeria as manifested in banditry, kidnapping, herdsmen/farmer clashes and Boko Haram insurgency, […]

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Petroleum Industry Act, Significant milestone in Nigeria’s Oil and Gas industry—-ANEEJ

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BENIN-CITY, NIGERIA. August 18, 2021… The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ) has welcomed the signing of the Petroleum Industry Bill into law by President Muhammadu Buhari saying it is a significant milestone in Nigeria’s quest for a better managed Oil and Gas industry and urged government to begin now to use proceeds […]

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THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE POOR AND VULNERABLE CITIZENS AND SOCIAL PROTECTION IN NIGERIA

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Background In Nigeria, poverty is ubiquitous and has become a major development problem. The World Poverty Clock Report published 2018 shows that Nigeria has overtaken India as the country with the most extreme poor people in the world. The poverty ratio has been exacerbated by the impact of climate change due to increasing vulnerability and […]

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Report of Baseline Study on the Implementation of Social Protection Programmes in Nigeria

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Introduction The National Social Investment Programme (N-SIP) is the flagship of the current administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari. N-SIP coincides with Mr. President’s desire to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty within the next 10 years. By its adoption in the sub-national level, N-SIP is beginning to occupy a space in inter-governmental programme […]

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IMPACT OF ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS ON NIGERIA

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Abstract This research is a contribution to the debate and concerns about the issue of Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs), which has to do with developmental economics, not only in Nigeria, but Africa and the developing world. This paper, having reviewed various literatures, has come to the conclusion that Nigeria’s development and effort at reducing poverty […]

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David Ugolor Elected Sub-Saharan Africa Representative in UNCAC Coalition Board

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BENIN CITY, NIGERIA. July 8, 2021…. The Founder and Executive Director of Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ), the Rev David Ugolor has been elected into the board of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) Coalition, representing Sub-Saharan Africa Regional seat. Managing Director of UNCAC Coalition in Vienna, Austria, Mr. Mathias Huter […]

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FG Sets Up Task Force on Aid and Development Effectiveness

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ABUJA, NIGERIA. July 7, 2021… The Federal Government has set up a Multistakeholder task force on Aid and Development Effectiveness to be headed by two co-chairs, Mrs. Elizabeth Akpana Egharevba, Director, International Cooperation representing the Federal Government and Rev David Ugolor, Executive Director, Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ) who is co-chair representing […]

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PIB: ANEEJ hails N’Assembly, Wants 5% for Host Communities, Reduction of Exploration cost

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BENIN CITY, NIGERIA. July 5, 2021…. Frontline campaigner for the Passage of Petroleum Industry Bill and Executive Director,Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, Rev David Ugolor  has lauded both chambers of the National Assembly for the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill, calling for the reduction of 30 percent oil exploration to 10% and […]

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ANEEJ Annual Report 2019

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As we moved from one part of the World to the other in 2019, to share experience on the MANTRA model, one thing was clear in our minds, to advance the interest of the poor. Our work around improving transparency and accountability mechanisms on the use of recovered asset for National Cash Transfer Programme (NCTP) […]

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ANEEJ Annual Report 2018

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­The year 2018 was quite eventful for ANEEJ as it offered the organisation the opportunity to deepened her desire and passion to fulfil its commitments for an African society fee from poverty and injustice, where equity, equality, rule of law, respect for human rights, transparency and accountability reigns supreme. It was also about supporting government […]

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