Month: June 2014

Memorandun for the House committee on civil society and donor agencies

On the 23rd of June, the Nigeria Network of NGOs received a copy of the Bill for an Act to regulate the acceptance and utilization of financial/material contribution of Donor Agencies to Voluntary Organization and for matters connected therewith, 2013. The Bill seeks to make the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other related Offences Commission (ICPC), the regulatory authority of all Voluntary organizations to monitor the utilization of all monies received from donor agencies for the purpose of engendering transparency, integrity and accountability in our national life.

In response to the call for submission of memoranda by the House Committee on Civil Society and Donor Agencies, this memorandum provides the position of the Nigeria Network of NGOs and its members.

Memorandum to National Assembly CSO Bill

Member of the Month: Joseph and Eunice Oladaiye Foundation (JEOF)

Joseph and Eunice Oladaiye Foundation (JEOF) providing support to the less privileged

There is no doubt that Nigeria is witnessing tremendous growth in the number of compassionate not-for-profit organizations working hard to provide support to the needy within various Nigerian communities. Although, many Nigerian children have embraced hardship as a way of life and have just a little glimpse of hope, a NGO in the city of Lagos is providing hope to such ones. Read More