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PROJECT ALERT

Aug 19, 2021 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

We are happy to announce that CSAAE has been awarded grants to implement the following projects in Southeastern Nigeria

1. Local Government Good Governance Monitor (LGGM):
The Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) has awarded a grant to CSAAE for the implementation of the LGGM Project. The aim of the project is to build the capacity of youths to advance efficient delivery of quality and inclusive public education and health by local governments in Southeastern Nigeria. The project will mobilize youths to monitor and track allocations to local governments in Southeastern Nigeria for the delivery of public health and education.

Project Lead:
Francisca Ekwonu
Monitoring, Evaluation and Compliance Officer, CSAAE
Email: mec@csaaeinc.org. Tel.: +2348106179827

2. Soro Soke (or Park Well):
On behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, VOICE (OXFAM) has approved a grant to CSAAE for the implementation of the Soro Soke or Park Well Project. The aim of the project is to ensure that police brutality and violation of human rights of youths in Southeastern Nigeria is brought to an end, by mobilizing young people for monitoring and tracking of compliance with relevant laws and policies. The project will ensure that all youths still detained unlawfully due to their involvement in the #EndSars Protest are released and promises made to youths by the Nigerian government as a result of the #EndSars Protest are honored.

Project Lead:
Davidson Nwaonu
Manager, Youth Ethics and Anticorruption Program (YEAP), CSAAE
Email: yeap@csaaeinc.org. Tel.: +2348165047214

We look forward to these new opportunities with excitement and would appreciate new collaborations. Please get in touch if you think you can be part of these projects in any way.

CSAAE 2021 Youth Development Goals

About CSAAE
The Centre for Social Awareness, Advocacy and Ethics (CSAAE) is a nonprofit dedicated to helping young people build great careers, cultivate a spirit of entrepreneurship, become leaders of character, and embrace their roles as critical actors in building a better Africa. The Centre pursues its mission through three distinct programs that share the common goal of creating positive social, economic, and political change one person at a time. They are:

  1. An Effective Leaders Program (ELP) that nurtures Aspiring Leaders committed to the development of Africa.
  2. A Career Building & Entrepreneurship Program (CBEP) that helps young people get the education they need, secure employment or initiate enterprises that contribute to the development of Africa.
  3. A Youth Ethics and Anticorruption Program (YEAP) that raises the consciousness of young people to the importance of good governance, rule of law, human rights, and anticorruption towards the development of Africa

CSAAE is a registered nonprofit in Nigeria, a 501(c3) nonprofit in the United States, an organization in special consultative status with the United Nations’ ECOSOC and former representative of African CSOs at the World Bank & IMF. The Centre carries out its operations from its head office in Owerri, Nigeria, with technical support from its U.S. office in Maryland.

The Founder, Dr. Godswill Agbagwa – priest, ethicist, socialpreneur and youth animator – grew up in Nigeria. While studying abroad as a graduate student, he was struck by the contrasts he saw between the levels of underdevelopment in Africa as compared to the Western countries he visited. Those experiences became the genesis of CSAAE, its programs, and the five core values at the foundation of his work – punctuality, integrity, creativity, accountability, and solidarity (PICAS).

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