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At the NESG, our work in providing fact-based advocacy has allowed us to prioritize and use our voice to encourage different actors to come together to dialogue on critical socio-economic issues. Only through conversations, interventions, and innovation will we change the landscape in Nigeria and across Africa.

2021-05-05 05:18:32.0

(Pidgin English) Discussing Debt Management Across Africa

The NESG-OSIWA Debt Management Roundtable aims to identify and analyze the problems affecting debt management in West Africa. These problems include poor governance, transparency, and the use of inappropriate strategies. However, a collaboration between the government, the private sector, and all stakeholders can help with proper debt management.

2021-05-05 05:08:46.0

Discuter de la gestion de la dette en Afrique de l'Ouest

La table ronde NESG-OSIWA sur la gestion de la dette vise à identifier et analyser les problèmes affectant la gestion de la dette en Afrique de l'Ouest. Ces problèmes incluent la mauvaise gouvernance, la transparence et l'utilisation de stratégies inappropriées. Cependant, la collaboration entre le gouvernement, le secteur privé et toutes les parties prenantes peut contribuer à une bonne gestion de la dette.

2021-05-05 05:06:43.0

Discussing Debt Management Across Africa

The NESG-OSIWA Debt Management Roundtable aims to identify and analyze the problems affecting debt management in West Africa. These problems include poor governance, transparency, and the use of inappropriate strategies. However, a collaboration between the government, the private sector, and all stakeholders can help with proper debt management.

2021-04-27 03:51:41.0

#NES26 Outcomes

As stakeholders convened for the 26th Nigerian Economic Summit (NES #26), the unprecedented turmoil unleashed by the global COVID-19 pandemic and the aftermath of the #EndSARS protests by Nigerian youth was paramount in their minds. There was optimistic anticipation that NES #26 was a suitable platform to deliberate on the emerging pathways to the future for the country’s economy.

2021-04-15 05:19:43.0

The Path To Recovery

Over the past years, effort at achieving economic growth in Nigeria has been driven by the Federal Government. To put Nigeria on the trajectory to development and competitiveness, it is imperative to empower the subnational governments with the necessary tools to unlock their subnational factor endowments. Listen to experts talk about Nigeria’s Path to recovery.

2021-04-07 08:15:44.0

Developing Nigeria's Light Manufacturing Sector. (Series2)

Experts within the Manufacturing sector (government, industry players, and development financial institutions) deliberate on the challenges confronting the light manufacturing industry and map out innovative strategies to improve the sector’s competitiveness.

2021-03-31 05:52:20.0

Developing Nigeria's Light Manufacturing Sector

Experts within the Manufacturing sector (government, industry players, and development financial institutions) deliberate on the challenges confronting the light manufacturing industry and map out innovative strategies to improve the sector’s competitiveness.

2021-03-23 12:47:31.0

Assessment Of The Impact Of Covid-19 Lockdown On Households In Nigeria

During the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the pioneer NESG Bridge Fellows carried out a survey of the assessment of the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on the economic, social, health, educational, and psychological wellbeing of members of households in Nigeria. An assessment of the impact of the pandemic as well as the attendant lockdown measures imposed during the first wave of the outbreak has shown that government needs to embark on deep reforms in key sectors of the economy, particularly in health and education.

2021-03-16 01:44:38.0

Nigeria's Turning Point

At this defining moment in Nigeria’s 60-year history, the country must adopt a different approach to sustained economic growth and development. This will be anchored on a robust partnership between our youth, subnational governments, and the private sector to capitalize on subnational factor endowments to achieve global competitiveness. On the Panel are HE Dr. Kayode Fayemi; Governor of Ekiti State; HE Aminu Waziri Tambuwal; Governor of Sokoto State; Ms. Funke Opeke; CEO, MainOne; Mr. Chidi Ajaere; CEO, The GIG Group and Moderated by Mrs. Adesuwa Onyenokwe; CEO, TW Media

2021-03-12 03:13:41.0

Why Is Women Empowerment Important?

International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women's achievements or rally for women's equality. This year's international women's day theme is #ChoosetoChallenge. Follow the discussion as women discuss the campaign and other pertinent issues affecting women.

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