Dissemination of dRPC Girls Education and Empowerment Reports in collaboration with the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Education, at the African Union (AU) 1st Pan African Conference on Women and Girls Education - 2nd -5th July 2024
dRPC makes presentation at US Embassy at Women's History Week, 2024
Barrister Festus Kayamo and Comrade Isa Aremu, addressing Women leaders at dRPC's women's economic empowerment Women's Cooperatives training Workshop
dRPC supports 40 young girls to run home based ECCD Centres in Kano and Jigawa States
Bill Gates meets with heads of leading Nigerian CSOs
US Embassy Public Affairs Section (PAS) visits the dRPC's Kano Office to monitor the US Government funded and dRPC' implemented TDT Teachers Development Training program
Safe school activities by states
With Ford Foundation support the dRPC Convenes
pre-conference panel on Safe Schools and Girls' Education
in West Africa at African Union, African Girls Summit
BASIC CPAN, IDS Sussex Research Team conducting Social Assistance and Chronic Poverty Research at IDP camp in Abuja
dRPC trains 30 Hisbah Commanders from 6 Northwestern states on their role protecting women and girls from Gender Based Violence in line with 16 days of activism to end GBV
dRPC trains and supports Zamfara CSO coalition to conduct advocacy on school safety
dRPC Nigeria strengthens regional partnership with Trust Africa in Dakar, Senegal
Livelihoods Curriculum Development, dRPC
Skills4Girls4Life Entrepreneurship and
dRPC supports NIPSS to convene high level dialogue on health sector service delivery within the PHC system
HRH Gidado Farfaru, the Magaji of Zandam addressing the AU Monitoring Team and a cross section of Religious and Traditional Leaders during the AU Interactive Session with CSOs, Traditional and Religious Leaders in Abuja, Nigeria
dRPC supports the Federal Ministry of Finance Budget and National Planning to launch the National M&E Policy which has implications for WEE programming
dRPC-PAWED disseminates Policy Briefs on WEE
in the export sector with Nigeria Ministry of Agriculture and the
Delegation of German Chamber of Commerce in attendance
Interview with the late Olubadan of Ibadan, Oyo State, Traditional Leaders Research Project,
dRPC/University of Leiden, Netherlands
RTI, USAID/Nigeria Leadership, Empowerment, Advocacy, and Development (LEAD)
End of Project Dissemination of dRPC evaluation of the
Muslim Opinion Leaders on Sexual Violence and Children Born out of War
in the Northeast
Ford Foundation funded dRPC Consultative Meeting of
dRPC/Oxford University implemented Responsibility to Report project, Government the Netherlands (regering van nederland) funded
dRPC introduces our work to Malala.

30 years of Impact!

Over 30 years of experience in the following.

Capacity building for civil society organizations and leadership development

Action, participatory, operational, formative, MEAL

Working with MOL's for gender inclusive

Partnership & Network Building

Creating partnerships and networking

Aid Localization & Development Finance Effectiveness

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The dRPC has 31 years of engaging with and building the capacity of people-facing communities within civil society, government and the private sector, working together or sometimes tackling challenges on their own.
Dr Salma Anas Ibrahim Kolo
Special Adviser Health to Nigeria’s President,
I am very proud to be a dRPC Champion, over the years I became too instrumental in pushing the agenda in changing the attitudes of male towards woman participation and empowerment.
Alhaji Umar Jabbi, Sarkin Yakin Gagi
District Head of Gagi, Sultanate of Sokoto
The dRPC’s partnership with MWAN from 2018-2021 has strengthened our capacities at the national level and in Kano state to promote essential health services and to support routine immunization and other child health programmes in the state
Dr Minnie Oseji
Former National President, Medical Women Association of Nigeria, MWAN

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