• Kano Office: Sultan Road, Nasarawa G.R.A. Kano. | Abuja Office: Lumsar Street, off Gurara Str. Ibrahim Abacha Estate.
Gates Foundation meeting
at the dRPC office
on International Women's Day
Women of the PAS project
to run community early childhood development centers
Girls of the dRPC-PSIPSE project supported
Livelihoods Curriculum Development, dRPC
Skills4Girls4Life Entrepreneurship and
convened by AHEAD and dRPC-PAS
Prof Babatunde Osotimehin Memorial Lecture, 2019,
Chairman, Senate Committee on Health
Meeting of NIPSS and dRPC-PAS with the
with the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Labour House, 2020
dRPC Consultative meeting on Labour
RTI, USAID/Nigeria Leadership, Empowerment, Advocacy, and Development (LEAD), 2019
End of Project Dissemination of dRPC evaluation of the
on Sexual Violence and Children Born out of War in the Northeast, 2017
Ford Foundation funded, dRPC Consultative Meeting of Muslim Opinion Leaders
and the Nigerian Police on responsibility of journalist to report, 2013
dRPC/Oxford University, Dutch government funded training of Journalists,
Migration Consultative meeting
European Union, dRPC/IPPR Irregular

Covid-19 and Child and Family Health Services in Nigeria – The Stand of the 23 CSOs in PACaH@Scale

As Nigeria confronts and responds to the Covid-19 pandemic the PACaH@Scale project  is concerned with the emerging disruption and threat to child and family health services and  resources as government at national and state levels shift heath sector funds from existing commitments to fight the pandemic. The CSOs of PACFaH@Scale view the threat of budget cuts to the human capital sector (in particular, the health sector) as displacement of priorities and evidence o weak commitment to a health sector which was already under-resourced prior to the Covid-19 outbreak. ReadMore

Updates on Child and Family Health Policies and Financing

Our Mission

Mission – To catalyze, inspire and curate innovative development interventions which bring together CSOs, government and other commitment development actors, making sure to equip CSOs with the technical capacities to discharge their role and building the capacity of government for productive and respectful engagement of non-state development actors.

Our Vision

Vision – A development community where CSOs, government and other commitment actors have the skills, capacity and empathy to work together to transcend poverty, inequality, exclusion through targeted, cost effective and sustainable interventions designed from the bottom up.