The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ) is an Anchor Civil Society organization implementing the Strengthening Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement (SCALE) project being implemented by Palladium with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Under SCALE, ANEEJ Cluster is implementing the Enhancing Anti-corruption and Social Inclusive Reform Initiatives in Nigeria project.
ANEEJ project – “Enhancing Anti-corruption and Social Inclusive Reform Initiatives in Nigeria” is designed following the anchor cluster model with the goal to promote and engage in anti-corruption policy reforms at both the national and sub-national levels in Nigeria. ANEEJ is the anchor for the Anti-Corruption cluster under the SCALE project working with eight cluster organisations across six States and Abuja. The States are Abia, Edo, Delta, Imo, Ondo, Rivers and the FCT, Abuja. ANEEJ will work with the 8-cluster members located in these states including the FCT to implement and deliver on this project. The cluster organisations are: 21st Century Community Empowerment for youth and Women Initiative, Abuja; Community Empowerment and Development Initiative (CEDI), Warri, Delta State; Community Heritage Watch for Development Initiative, (KAI) Akure, Ondo State; Christian Fellowship and Care Foundation (CFCF), Owerri, Imo State; Foundation for Environmental Rights, Advocacy and Development (FENRAD), Aba, Abia State; Gender and Development Action (GADA) Port-Harcourt, Rivers State; Joint Association of Persons with Disability (JONAPWD) Edo State Chapter; and New Apostolic Church Centre for Development (NCD), Benin City, Edo State.
The goal of the project is to promote and engage in anti-corruption policy reforms at both the national and subnational levels in Nigeria.
Theory of Change of the Anti-corruption Cluster