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#WaterDala – Tracking the EU-Yobe State Counterpart Funding [NGN 3 billion] For The Rehabilitation and Construction of Water and Sanitation Facilities in Yobe State

Information reaching the #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team is that the European Union Cooperation is funding the rehabilitation and construction of water and sanitation facilities in Yobe State at an estimate of NGN 3 billion with the implementing agencies being the Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, as well as the Yobe State Ministry of Water Resources. This is through its 10th European Development Fund Programme and under the Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Programme Phase II. The beneficiary communities include Dala in Bade LGA (see image). Such intervention is quite timely owing that...

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#WaterRikadawa – Tracking the EU-Kano State counterpart funding [NGN 3 billion] For The Rehabilitation and Construction of Water and Sanitation Facilities in Kano State

The #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team during its data mining session found out that the European Union Cooperation is funding the rehabilitation and construction of water and sanitation facilities in Kano State at an estimate of NGN 3 billion ($9,537,450) with the implementing agencies being the Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, as well as the Kano State Ministry of Water Resources. This is through its 10th European Development Fund Programme and under the Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Programme Phase II. The beneficiary communities include Rikadawa in Madobi LGA (see image) with a...

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#WaterOdodegho – Tracking NGN 4.6 million for the Construction of Water Hydrant/Borehole at Ododegho in Ughelli North LGA, Delta State

The #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team during its data mining session examined the Delta State Paris Club Refunds costed work plan. It was found out that NGN 4.6 million ($14,624) was budgeted for the Construction of Water Hydrant/Borehole at Ododegho in Ughelli North LGA with the contractor being Questrade Nigeria Limited. This appropriation is quite timely, considering the community lacks access to clean water. We have initiated the #WaterOdodegho Campaign to track the implementation of the NGN 4.6 million. Through this campaign, we call on all concerned stakeholders, especially the Delta SPHCDA and Questrade Nigeria Limited to uphold the public interest through...

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Follow the Money 2017 Q1 Campaign Report

[Download Follow the Money Q1 Report Here] Since 2012, through Follow The Money Initiative, we have been across Nigerian states tracking and monitoring the implementation of capital funds intended for rural communities in the thematic areas of education, environment and health. Through our work, we have built the capacity of rural community members, engaged governmental implementing agencies, organised town hall meetings, ensured open financial government, carried out budget advocacy and analysis, and created far-reaching awareness on the new and old media. This report presents our campaigns in the first quarter of 2017 in several rural communities across Abia, Anambra, Benue, Edo, Gombe, Imo, Kaduna, Kebbi and Plateau States....

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#WaterAfunori – Tracking the EU-Yobe State counterpart funding [NGN 3 billion] for the rehabilitation and construction of water and sanitation facilities in Yobe State

Information reaching the #FollowTheMoney (FTM) Team is that the European Union Cooperation is funding the rehabilitation and construction of water and sanitation facilities in Yobe State at an estimate of NGN 3 billion with the implementing agencies being the Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, as well as the Yobe State Ministry of Water Resources. This is through its 10th European Development Fund Programme and under the Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Reform Programme Phase II. The beneficiary communities include Afunori in Nguru LGA (see image). Such intervention is quite timely owing that...

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