Transparency, Accountability: Actionaid Nigeria, CITAD Train 48 Activists In Abuja Communities On Social Audit To Engage Implementing Agencies

Actionaid Nigeria in partnership with the Centre for Information and Communication Technology (CITAD), have organised  a 3-day training on Social Audit for 48 activists and facilitators from 18 hard-to-reach communities in Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory. The training aimed at building capacity of participants to engage implementing agencies for transparency and accountability. Actionaid is an international…

Actionaid Nigeria, CITAD Train Abuja Communities on Social Auditing for Transparency, Accountability

Actionaid Nigeria in partnership with the Centre for Information and Communication Technology (CITAD), has commenced a 3-day training on Social Audit for 48 activists and facilitators from 18 hard-to-reach communities in Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory. The training aims at building capacity of participants to engage implementing agencies for transparency and accountability. Actionaid is an international…

Land Grabbing Workshop for Community Activists in FCT On Sustainable Livelihood Organized by Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD)

DATE: 10TH TO 15TH AUGUST, 2020 VENUE: ZOOM The challenge to livelihood and food security in FCT communities disrupts and threatens the sustainability of agricultural and pastoral production and invariably the sustainability of livelihoods of rural communities. Land grabbing have a direct impact on the lives and livelihood of the people by disrupting and threatening…

41ST Twitter Chat with Mohammed Chiroma Hassan on the Impact of Technology Tools During Covid19 Pandemic Held on the 27th of August 2020.

The guest was Mal. Mohammed Chiroma Hassan, ICT officer and Head of Bauchi Office who discussed on the Impact of Technology Tools during Covid19 Pandemic. The #Covid19 pandemic is revolutionizing digital and online engagements across the globe. And I think it is right to openly confess that #COVID19 has exposed the education divide in Nigeria…

40TH Twitter Chat with Abubakar Sadiq Mu’azu On How Citizens Can Demand for Accountability on Covid19 Spending on the 25th of August 2020

In continuation of its educative programs on Covid19 in Nigeria, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) held its 40th twitter chat on the 25th of August, 2020 with guest was Abubakar Sadiq Mu’azu, the executive director, centre for Advocacy, transparency and accountability initiative on the topic “How Citizens can Demand for Accountability on…

39TH Twitter Chat on The Relationship Between Covid -19 and Weather With Tajudden Idris, Lecturer, Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kano

Ever since the arrival of the deadly virus called Covid19; a member from Corona virus family, there have been lots of disinformation and misinformation in circulation regarding the pandemic. According to World Health Organization (WHO) Covid-19 pandemic is accompanied by over abundance of information some of which are accurate and some are not from truth…

38TH Twitter Chat on How Civil Society Organizations Can Promote Transparency In the Fight Against Covid19 In Nigeria With Rabi’u Shamma on the 18TH of August, 2020

Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) initiated a sensitization program on COVID19 in Nigeria. This week twitter chat which makes it the 38th edition held on the 18th August, 2020 with Comrade Rabi’u Shamma, Founder, Centre for Awareness on Good Governance and Development. The guest discussed on How Civil…

37TH Twitter Chat on the Race for the Production of Covid-19 Vaccines and the Fate of Developing Countries With Abduljalal Nadabo (RPH) on the 13TH of August, 2020

Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) initiated a sensitization program on COVID 19 in Nigeria. The twitter chat with Abduljalal Nadabo makes it 37th edition of the Twitter Chat on the 13th August, 2020. The guest was Abduljalal Nadabo (RPH), a Production Pharmacist at RHG Health Pharmaceuticals Limited, He…

33rd Twitter Chat on How Corruption is Undermining the Fight against Covid19 Pandemic with Dr. Jide Ojo

In continuation of its educative programs on Covid19 in Nigeria, the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) held its 33rd twitter chat on the 30th of July, 2020. The guest was Dr. Jide Ojo, a development consultant, author and a public affairs analyst on the topic “How Corruption is Undermining the Fight against COVID-19 Pandemic in Nigeria”.…

CITAD In Partnership with ActionAid Celebrates International Youth Day Virtually

Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) in partnership with Actionaid Nigeria commemorated the 2020 International Youth Day with a call on youths, especially those in local communities to fully engage them for global change. The International Youths Day marked every year around the world on 12th August was observed with youths from the five…

International Youth Day: ActionAid Nigeria, CITAD Task Youths on Political Participation

Actionaid Nigeria and Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) have commemorated the 2020 International Youth Day with a call on youths, especially those in local communities within Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory(FCT), to be fully engaged in the civic space and political activities. The organizations respectively, working with the poor and excluded to ensure…

Actionaid Nigeria, CITAD Mark Int’l Youth Day With Local Communities in Abuja

Actionaid Nigeria and Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) have taken the International Youth Day celebration to local communities in Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory(FCT). The non-governmental organizations which marked the Day with youths from five local communities-Dakwa, Tunga Ashere, Pasepa in Bwari Area Council, Leleyi Gwari in Kwali Area Council and Gaube in…

36thTwitter Chat Organized By the Center for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) on 11th August, 2020 with Mrs. Ayo Obe, Partner at Ogunsola Shonibare lp.

Since the eruption of the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria people were hit badly by the disease which led to the announcement of strict lockdown measures across the country to prevent the spread of the disease. Government banned all travels in and out of the country.  People could only leave their homes for essential reasons such…