TOWARD ACCOUNTABLE AND TRANSPARENT NIGER DELTA INSTITUTIONS: THE CITIZENS REPORT CARD APPROACH

Comrade Leo Atakpu, ANEEJ deputy executive director, presenting the success story of the Citizen Report Card, CRC

The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ, working with a USAID Civil Society project has employed the Citizen Re-port Card tool to engage Niger Delta institutions at National and sub-national levels.

 

                ANEEJ-LITE Citizen Report Card, CRC

Through this tool, ANEEJ has helped to improve transparency while mitigating years of social justice by ensuring that institutions deliver on their mandates. At the Civil Society Week in Fiji, ANEEJ has shared key successes, challenges and opportunities in deepening inclusive, transparent and accountable governance in the Niger Delta. 

The Full presentation as delivered by ANEEJ deputy executive director, Comrade Leo Atakpu can be accessed here:

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The event also focused on the next stage of the work – the development of a government index for states and regional institutions in the Niger Delta.

Lydia Odeh, SACE deputy chief of party at the CIVICUS Civil Society Week Event in Fiji

 

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