- The participants were drawn across various sectors including development, private sector and the government. The event on August 31st helped give us a reflection to what we have been doing for the past 5 years in the Niger Delta, what we can do differently going forward and how we can better improve the lives of the people in the region. Find below the tweets from the event.
- — PIND (@PINDFoundation)Wed, Aug 31 2016 10:31:53Govt may want to learn how to know if policies are working, and NGO may want to also assess their own impactor systemic change #NDImpact
- — PIND (@PINDFoundation)Wed, Aug 31 2016 10:33:25When we say 'systemic change', we mean change if empowers people with skills and resources that can be cascaded to others #NDImpact
- — PIND (@PINDFoundation)Wed, Aug 31 2016 10:37:15There are a lot of things that PIND has learned. You can read them all here http://www.pindfoundation.org/wp-content/plugins/download-monitor/download.php?id=156 … but we will note 4 lessons #NDImpact
- — PIND (@PINDFoundation)Wed, Aug 31 2016 10:43:111. Building foundational networks. This involves leveraging existing efforts to ensure sustainability & reduce duplication #NDImpact
- — PIND (@PINDFoundation)Wed, Aug 31 2016 10:45:463. Co-creating solutions through piloting. We pilot products and services, then adapting them as necessary to real-life feedback #NDImpact
- — PIND (@PINDFoundation)Wed, Aug 31 2016 10:46:584. Finding the right people. Making markets more efficient and inclusive and piloting projects all take significant human capacity #NDImpact
- — EDO COOP FARMERS (@EDOCOOPERATIVES)Wed, Aug 31 2016 11:45:39what have we done well & what needs to be done more in terms of systematic change in niger-delta@pindfoundation@@_NDLink #ndimpact
PIND #NDImpact Partners’ Roundtable
PIND recently organised a half-day Partners’ Roundtable Lessons Learned session on the recently published Impact Assessment Report: Pioneering New Operating Models and Measurement Techniques for Private Sector-led Development- Assessing Impact in Nigeria’s Niger Delta. This assessment was conducted by the Initiative for Global Development (IGD) a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization that engages and harnesses the power of the private sector to create sustainable growth and alleviate poverty in Africa.