In response to growing unemployment in Nigeria, the government at all levels continue to launch and fund employment creation interventions, sadly, corruption is negatively impacting the programmes. SEEDi works to entrench transparency and accountability in the management of the interventions.
SEEDi has worked with other partner organizations to organize several public hearings at the national assembly, public-private-dialogue sessions, and other stakeholder consultation engagements. These engagements sessions have helped to deepen advocacy campaigns for transparency and accountability in the management of government-sponsored employment, empowerment, and social investment programmes.
SEEDi continues to work with small businesses in the country to address corruption challenges inherent in the management of government-sponsored employment, empowerment and social invest programmes.
SEEDi is of the firm belief that government-sponsored interventions for economic development and job creation can support small businesses to thrive and create jobs, but for this to happen, corruption red flags in the management of the programmes urgently needs to identified and addressed.
We are constantly reviewing interventions of government to pinpoint stakeholders concerns with the programmes management approach and work with the stakeholders to address such concerns.
Our goal is to deepen transparency and accountability in the management of employment, empowerment, and social investment programmes in Nigeria. We aim to support small businesses to thrive and reduce the unemployment and poverty rates in the country.
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