INGO aims to build a vibrant, proactive civil society to help deepening of democratic governance, human rights, peace advocacy, poverty reduction, pro-poor and pro-job activities that will lead to the attainment of the MDGs through advocacy, promotion of dialogue, capacity building and exploring frame works for mutual cooperation and collaboration to realize set goals. Part of INGOs’ objectives is to introduce, support and run initiatives that focus on the issues highlighted above.
INGO Training offers solutions which bring visible, immediate results, by providing our clients with the expertise and skills they need to make them valuable assets to their companies. Training your staff results not only in enhanced self-esteem, but in less turnover, less reliance on outside consultants and ultimately, substantial savings to your company.
An investment in quality education provides an asset to your company; a capable, confident employee.
Our instructors and course developers are a group of experienced, enthusiastic professionals. They all have many years of training and work experience in both Government and the Private Sector. INGO Training offers course customization to ensure that you get the training your employees specifically require. We also offer free follow-up consultations with our instructors to answer questions your employees may have after a course is completed
INGO lunched the African Ambassadors Interactive Forum (AAIF) at the Shehu Musa Yar’dua Center Abuja to provide institutional platform, to stimulate growth in the African Economies and to encourage African embassies to act as effective trade and economic gateways with the then President of Nigeria Chief Olusegun Obasanjo GCFR represented by Prof. Jerry Gana launching the forum.
INGO used the platform of the 2nd edition of the AAIF on the Theme: African Dept Burden to engage the African and G8 Ambassadors on the issues which lent support to dept cancellation by some G8 countries.
Participated in the validation committee that drafted the ECOWAS Code of Conduct for election observation amongst other election related seminars.
Participated in ECOWAS sponsored election mission and Financing for Development Conference held in May in Abuja.
INGO held the 4th AAIF for the first time outside Africa on the theme" African ambassadors and the Diaspora as economic gateways" with identified core issues for discussions during the forum such as;
a). Role of African Diaspora in the economic and social development of Africa b). Role of African financial Institutions in development of social and economic infrastructure in Africa and sanitizing the sector to attract the Diaspora and foreign investors. Networking for change- African ambassadors and the Diaspora
c). Reaching the poor in Africa- the role of all concerned
d). Promoting awareness of Partnerships in international development and investment opportunities in Africa.
e). Coordinating the role of African Missions to serve as effective economic gateways and Utilizing resources of the Diaspora expatriate community.
INGO facilitated capacity building for the Local Government Chairmen in Abia State. INGO also participated in the Election Observation mission to the Republic of Sierra Leone.
- AFRICAN BUSINESS ROUND TABLE
- United Nations office for partnerships
- Commonwealth Business Council
- Christian Aid
- Glasgow Chamber of Commerce
- Scottish Council for development and industry
- World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
- ELECTORAL REFORM INTERNATIONAL SERVICES (ERIS)