Learn how the Nigeria Network of NGOs is helping its members and nonprofits with Covid-19 (coronavirus)

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The COVID-19 pandemic will have implications for nonprofits as well their staff members, volunteers, interns and beneficiaries. We have therefore, put together this practical guidance to help nonprofits cope and think through their operations during the pandemic. This document responds to some of the common challenges we see nonprofits facing. Download here Covid 19 Nonprofit Advisory

COMPLIANCE GUIDE ON PART F OF COMPANIES AND MATTER ACTS (CAMA)

COMPLIANCE GUIDE ON PART F OF COMPANIES AND MATTER ACTS (CAMA)

GUIDE ON PART F OF CAMA, Nonprofit governance has been in the spotlight in the last few years with increased interest in regulatory compliance. The Part F of the CAMA is the law guiding the formation and governance of nonprofits in Nigeria. This document is our attempt to provide a framework for improving nonprofit compliance with the Part F of CAMA.

GUIDE ON PART F OF CAMA, Our theory of change is centred on the assumption that good nonprofit governance serves as a strong foundation for an efficient nonprofit sector. In this document, we have placed a strong emphasis on how nonprofits can achieve each clause in the law, the rationale for meeting them and key outcomes for the nonprofit sector.

This document is an important piece of guidance that nonprofit trustees and managers need to be familiar with. It
draws on the legal requirements, established best practices and principles designed to challenge nonprofits to
improve their governance and to ensure necessary systems and processes are in place in their various organisations
to comply with regulations guiding the operations of nonprofits in the country, thereby helping them keep a focus
on their purpose (objects)

GUIDE ON PART F OF CAMA

Download a copy here  CAMA LAW A4 – Complete Part F

Download a copy here PART F INCORPORATED TRUSTEES

Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan

The Nigeria Network of NGOs (NNNGO) is the first generic membership body for civil society organizations in Nigeria that facilitates effective advocacy on issues of poverty and other developmental issues. Established in 1992, NNNGO represents over 2,400 organisations ranging from small groups working at the local level, to larger networks working at the national level.

INTRODUCTION

The Nigeria Network of NGOs has more than 2,400-member organisations and works with diverse institutions within and outside the civil society ranging from academics, trade unions, funders through to private sector
and government. We work to secure a fairer operational environment for Nigerian nonprofits. Our 2018-22 strategic plan emanates from our continued commitment to supporting nonprofits in the country in bringing prosperity to people and planet. Our analysis of rapidly changing environment and challenges facing civil society, and an elaborate process of consultation within the NNNGO membership and critical stakeholders to determine the most useful role NNNGO can play in adding value to the work our members do and to secure the operational environment we want.

Download Strategic Plan 1

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