The PIND Foundation will establish and encourage innovative multi-stakeholder partnerships that support programs and activities, which empower communities to achieve a peaceful and enabling environment for equitable economic growth in the Niger Delta
Promoting the Adjustable Harvester
For Improved Harvesting of Palm Oil
In the Niger Delta
The adjustable harvester demonstration at the National Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR) in Benin City,Edo State, on January 28th saw The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND)...........
Chevron leadership pays
working visit to PIND
On February 3 – 7, 2014, Executive Vice-President of Chevron Corporation Ms. Rhonda Zygocki visited PIND’s Economic Development Center in Warri and head office...
Center-LSD makes presentation on
Joint Project with PIND to
Train Niger Delta Youth
Executive Director of The Africa Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development (Center LSD) Dr. Otive Igbuzor came to PIND office in Abuja in January to share results...
PIND Promotes Market Development
Approach to Agriculture at Nigerian
The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) is Nigeria’s leading Think-Tank on economic policy and private sector development.
PIND Appointed into National Council
on Niger Delta
The National Council on Niger Delta was formally inaugurated on April 26, 2013 in Uyo Akwa Ibom…
PIND EDC Conducts Value Chain Analysis
Training in Warri for CNL PGPA Staff
On Monday, 15th April and Tuesday, 16th April, the Economic Development Centre (EDC) in Warri hosted twelve staff members from Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL)…
Starch Testing Exercise Opens Opportunities
for Small Commercial Cassava Farmers
As part of its drive to provide a consistent industrial market for small emerging commercial cassava farmers, PIND’s Cassava Value Chain team organized its first field test…
in Edo State.
Excursion to NIFOR Exposes Palm Oil
Actors in Imo State to Improved
One key focus of PIND’s research and intervention in the palm oil agricultural sector is to help farmers appreciate the loss of income they incur due to the use of poor processing technologies…