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Federal Government Approves Outstanding Payments for National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) Beneficiaries

Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Farouq

The Federal Government of Nigeria has announced the approval of all outstanding payments for independent monitors and other beneficiaries of the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP). The disclosure was made by Hajia Sadiya Umaru Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development, during the flag-off workshop for independent monitors of the NSIP.

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The workshop, which welcomed all beneficiaries, aims to enhance future program design and implementation. The NSIP is the Administration of President Muhammadu Buhari’s primary poverty reduction initiative, consisting of four programs that address various societal challenges. These programs include the NPower Job Creation Programme, Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP), Conditional Cash Transfer Programme (CCT), and the National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme.

To ensure the successful implementation and maximum impact of the NSIP, the Ministry has developed a robust Monitoring and Evaluation system. This system operates at three levels: local government, state, and federal. At the local government level, 7,500 independent monitors have been enlisted across 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). These monitors collect and submit routine data from the 774 local government areas.

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The approval of outstanding payments for NSIP beneficiaries demonstrates the government’s commitment to supporting the program and uplifting vulnerable segments of society. The timely disbursement of funds will enable independent monitors and other participants to continue their vital work, ensuring the effective delivery of social interventions and poverty alleviation measures.


Nigerian Government Allocates N19.24bn for N-Power Training and Infrastructure Development

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Federal Government focuses on empowering non-graduate N-Power beneficiaries and enhancing aviation and energy sectors

Abuja, Nigeria – In a recent development, the Federal Government of Nigeria has approved a substantial sum of N19.24bn for various initiatives aimed at uplifting the nation’s workforce and improving critical infrastructure. The decision was made during an extraordinary meeting of the Federal Executive Council presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the State House in Abuja.

The approved funds will be utilized for the training of 50,000 non-graduate N-Power beneficiaries, the installation of a taxiway lighting system in airports located in Port Harcourt, Lagos, and Abuja, as well as consultancy services for the Dadin Kowa 40MW power project in Gombe State. Additionally, the funds will be allocated towards the furnishing of the 10-storey headquarters of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, situated in Victoria Island, Lagos.

The Ministers of Humanitarian Affairs, Social Development and Disaster Management, Sadiya Farouk, along with the Ministers of Aviation, Education, and Water Resources, disclosed these developments to journalists after the meeting. They emphasized the government’s commitment to promoting skill development and bolstering crucial sectors of the economy.

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Previously, in March 2023, the Federal Government had authorized the engagement of four agencies to train 50,000 non-graduate N-Power beneficiaries over a period of nine months. These agencies include the National Institute of Transport Technology, Industrial Training Fund, National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism, and the Hydraulic Equipment Development Institute.

Minister Sadiya Farouk explained that the training programs aim to equip N-Power beneficiaries with valuable life skills, an initiative that has been ongoing since the inception of the N-Power program in 2016. She expressed satisfaction with the progress made so far and stated that the third batch of beneficiaries would commence training soon.

Furthermore, the council approved a policy on the national homegrown school feeding program, which has played a significant role in reducing the number of out-of-school children nationwide. The program, part of the national social investment program, addresses education, health, social protection, and agriculture, while encouraging school enrollment and providing socio-economic relief to vulnerable households.

Minister Farouk highlighted the importance of the policy as a guiding document to enhance program delivery. She expressed optimism that, by 2030, the out-of-school population in Nigeria would be substantially reduced, ensuring that all children have access to education.

The Federal Government’s allocation of N19.24bn towards N-Power training and infrastructure development underscores its commitment to fostering human capital development, improving transportation facilities, and advancing the energy sector. These initiatives will undoubtedly contribute to the overall growth and progress of Nigeria’s economy.

Source: The Punch

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