National Social Investment Office Project

PROJECT 1

Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT)


Millions of people in Nigeria
Are under the poverty line

The Cash Transfer Program is aimed at providing targeted transfers to poor and vulnerable households, ultimately ensuring that the beneficiary households graduate from poverty.

Program is aimed at providing targeted transfers to poor and vulnerable households, ultimately ensuring that the beneficiary households graduate from poverty – improve household consumption, ensure human capital development, provide livelihood support.

A National Social Registry to be built by the National Social Safety Net Coordinating Office – NASSCO which is responsible for coordinating and setting standards around all social safety net programs as well as for setting up the registry.

A bottom-up approach via Community Based Targeting Method has been adopted to build the Social Register

The Cash Transfer Program shall mine beneficiaries from the Social Register

Cash Transfer Cycle expected to last for 3 years with livelihood support to ensure graduation, after which a verification exercise would be carried out to assess the effectiveness and impact of the strategies utilized


Statistics


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8

States

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52

Thousand enrolled beneficiaries

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14

% of beneficiaries are being paid monthly

1 million households to receive N 5,000 monthly as conditional cash transfers in first year.

Additional 200, 000 households for livelihood support through the World Bank.

All States, 50% of LGAs using State poverty map.

PROJECT 2

N-POWER


Thousands of graduate
Some lack job and training experience

N-POWER is designed to help young Nigerians acquire and develop life-long skills to become solution providers in their communities and to become players in the domestic and global markets.

The N-Power project is divided in to three(3) programs

N- Power Corps

N- Power Corps is a program, that aims to provide temporary jobs in the areas of primary education, agriculture, public health and community education (civic and adult education).

N- Power Knoweledge

N-Power Knowledge is a training to jobs initiative ensuring participants can get engaged in the marketplace in an outsourcing capacity as freelancers, as employees and entrepreneurs.

N-Power Build

It is an accelerated training and certification (skills to job/enterprise) program that will engage and train unemployed Nigerians in order to build a new crop of skilled and highly competent workforce of technicians, artisans and service professionals.


Statistics


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27

States

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134

Thousand beneficiaries

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75

% of graduate are employed

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PROJECT 3

Home Grown School Feeding Program


Millions of Pupils.
They need support

HGSF is a program aimed at increasing the enrollment and completion rate at the primary school level by feeding the children with nutritional meals.

To increase the enrolment and completion rate at the primary school level To feed primaries 1-3 while States are encouraged to feed primaries 4-6. To build a community value-added chain that will ensure agricultural production, job creation and nutritional/health improvements. Jobs created via recruitment of food vendors will also serve to raise agricultural demand as the vendors will serve as off-takers to local farmers.


Statistics


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5

States

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8

Thousand vendors

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99

% of vendors paid

5.5 million primary school pupils in year 1 Estimated cost of daily meal per child is 70 naira Average number of school days in a year is 200

PROJECT 3

GEEP


GEEP

GEEP (MarketMoni) provides affordable and easily accessible microcredit to market traders, artisans, enterprising youth and agricultural workers. The Federal Government, through GEEP, seeks to provide direct access to finance as well as financial inclusion to Nigerian microenterprises. Beneficiaries are accessed through their market associations and cooperatives, must have BVNs, and receive loans of between N10,000 and N100,000 each.

GEEP loans delivered to beneficiaries through highly structured relationships with intermediaries which include Commercial and Microfinance banks, Microfinance Institutions, Mobile Money operators and Market Aggregators.


Statistics


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15

States

GEEP loans delivered to beneficiaries through highly structured relationships with intermediaries which include Commercial and Microfinance banks, Microfinance Institutions, Mobile Money operators and Market Aggregators.