Locus Nairobi Workshop – Integration and Local Ownership: Pathways to Sustainable Development

By Ellie Price, Locus Coordinator Locus’s Nairobi Workshop, “Integration and Local Ownership: Pathways to Sustainable Development,” took place on April 27, 2018. Organized and hosted by Africa Capacity Alliance in partnership with AKDN East Africa and the Aga Khan University Graduate School of Media and Communications, participants enjoyed several presentations, work group sessions, and large … Continue reading Locus Nairobi Workshop – Integration and Local Ownership: Pathways to Sustainable Development

Promoting Community-Led Development In Nigeria

     Tobi’s research on "Promoting Community-Led Development in Nigeria",  is extremely important in recognizing the need for outside actors; such as governmental, non-governmental, and multilateral organizations, to have sufficient amounts of knowledge of the needs and wants of the local community in order to be successful in developmental programs. Furthermore, local actors should be … Continue reading Promoting Community-Led Development In Nigeria

Promoting Community-Led Development In Nigeria

Building a Chapter for the Movement of Community-led Development in Nigeria TOBI OLAIYA MAY 10, 2018 PROMOTING COMMUNITY-LED DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA INTRODUCTION Development programs have followed a top-down approach with majority of the inputs for projects coming from outsiders who do not have adequate knowledge of the problems faced by locals. Outside actors including governmental, … Continue reading Promoting Community-Led Development In Nigeria