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The research on Nigerian laws that are, either directly or indirectly, affecting the ability of our sector to function effectively.
Sensitization on FATF and its recommendations amongst civil society
Progress made so far includes:
So far, we have succeeded in sending e-newsletters to members for the month of January, February, March, April, May, June and July.
Three op-eds have been published for the months of February, April and June. Two were published in the PUNCH newspaper.
This sensitization is as a result of the fact that not many non-profits know about recommendation 8- a regulation intended to protect the nonprofits sector from abuse through terrorist financing, developed by a global regulatory institution called the Financial Action Task Force, this regulatory body has the mandate for combating money laundering and funding of terrorism.
Formation of an informal coalition of civil society organisations interested in working on FATF related issues
5 targeted engagement meetings between NNNGO and the National Risk Assessment Secretariat, National Assembly Committee on Civil Society and other stakeholders including the media
The agenda of the meeting was centred on:
Key takeaways of the meeting include:
The agenda of the meeting includes:
Key takeaway of the meeting includes: