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The Poor State of Healthcare in Nigeria Unveiled in a Ranking 

The ONE campaign in collaboration with PPDC and other partners launched a report on the State of Primary Health Care service delivery in Nigeria from 2019-2021. 

This report has tracked health progress across the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), particularly in the implementation of the Basic Healthcare Provision Fund (BHCF), and has made some critical recommendations that can lead to improvements in health services for all Nigerians.

According to the report, FCT is the best state that provides healthcare while Zamfara is the worst of Nigeria's 36 states to live in if you require healthcare. Click here to download the full report.





 

The Open Government Partnership Team Visit Nigeria  

The Open Government Partnership team visited Nigeria and met with civil society leaders to better understand the CSO landscape within the OGP space in Nigeria, as well as their priorities and perceptions of the OGP.

There were discussions about the importance of passing the Audit Law to ensure fiscal transparency and to work toward sustaining the SFTAS Program's gains. Another point of discussion was making gender responsiveness a central issue in governance during the elections. Click here for more information.

 

PPDC Joins The First Content Moderation and Online Safety Summit

PPDC attended Nigeria's first content moderation and online safety summit hosted by Advocacy for Policy and Innovation.

The summit aimed to bring together key players who shape Nigeria's online space to share experiences and solutions on content moderation and online safety and policies.

Ekiti State Bureau of Public Procurement Host PPDC 

Ekiti state has made significant progress in opening up its procurement processes and being accountable and transparent to its residents over the years. In order to strengthen our partnership and explore additional opportunities for improving fiscal reforms in the area of open contracting in the state, our team in Ekiti paid a courtesy visit to the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP).

 

Three days of Stakeholder Training in Ekiti

In Ekiti state, we held a three-day intensive training session with government agencies, the media, people with disabilities (PWDs), civil society organizations, and women. We covered key topics such as open contracting, gender equality, social inclusion, and public procurement.

We explored how the state can achieve gender equality and social inclusion in public procurement, dissected the procurement process, and identified levels at which women and people with disabilities can participate. We also provided training to civil society organizations and government agencies on open contracting, project monitoring, and access to information.

The three-day interaction was extremely fruitful, as civil society organizations immediately formed a project monitoring group and pledged their support for a successful Freedom of Information Ranking of public instituti
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