Nigeria Support Strategy Program (NSSP)

Published on 20 May 2010

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Start Date: 1 March 2009 | End Date: 30 January 2012

Overview

IFPRI is implementing a Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (SAKSS) in Nigeria to improve the data and knowledge base available for applied policy analysis, to address specific gaps in knowledge critical to strategy development and implementation, and to strengthen the national capacity for practical, applied policy research that directly informs the rural development strategy. IFPRI has been working in the country under the Agricultural Policy Support Facility (APSF) on strengthening evidence-based policymaking capacity in the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources (FMAWR). The current project builds on what has been done and scales up and engages more broadly with various stakeholders to strengthen the country’s agricultural and rural development strategies, to be in line with the CAADP framework agreed to by African leaders. 

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2 Responses to “Nigeria Support Strategy Program (NSSP)”

  1. Okoye, Nnamdi Victor says:

    Pls, can I be of help to this program? I read Surveying, Geodesy and Photogrammentry first degree at UNN, Geoinformatics master degree at Unilag and currently studing Geography and Environmental Management at Uniport.

  2. Okoye, Nnamdi Victor says:

    Pls, can I be of help to this program (NSSP)? I read Surveying, Geodesy and Photogrammentry first degree at UNN, Geoinformatics master degree at Unilag and currently studing Geography and Environmental Management at Uniport.

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