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28 March 2013
Conflict can devastate the livelihoods of people in the affected communities. However, local mediation efforts and working with children and youth to impart the values of peace are reshaping peacebuilding initiatives in the Niger Delta region. Please watch the videos that LITE-Africa has helped facilitate, Teaching Values of Peace and Peacebuilding Through Local Mediation, with Rural Empowerment Foundation, Women Development Partnership through the Partners for Peace in the Niger Delta
19 February 2013
In order to avert famine following the recent flood that devastated farming and rendered many farmers homeless in Delta State, a non-governmental organization, Niger Delta Professionals for Development (NIDPRODEV) through funding from Oxfam Novib, Netherlands has brought succor to farmers in four communities in Isoko South Local Government Area affected by the recent flood. The donations included thousands of improved cassava stems, herbicides, knapsack sprayers, nose masks, fish fingerlings and fertilizers. NIDPRODEV has also carried out soil assessment in these communities to determine soil fertility and quality after the flood in order to ensure that farmers receive all of the necessary inputs to grow quality crops.
25 October 2012
From The Nigerian Orient News
On Wednesday, September 19, 2012 the Niger Delta Professionals for Development, (NIPRODEV), an NGO, in a project funded by NED had ensured to the people of Niger-Delta adequate security and human rights protection through a one-day stakeholders’ dialogue conference held at Kokori Hall, Wellington Hotel, Warri, Delta State with the caption: “Strengthening the Capacity of Security Forces on the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights in the Niger Delta.”
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May 2013 Newsletter
'A New Dawn'
On March 12, 2013 LITE-Africa with Search for Common Ground (SFCG) convened the first inaugural meeting of the Nigerian CSO Coalition on Business and Human Rights. The event brought together approximately 13 participants including CSOs working on issues of environment, transparency and accountability, corporate social responsibility, human rights, peace and conflicts, and community development. Read More>>
Sweet Crude Documentary
was host and Associate Producer for Sweet Crude, the first full length documentary about the Niger Delta.
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Niger Delta Friendship Library
Built in 2005, this library provided the first internet access in the riverine Niger Delta. Read more