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PEBEC Awards CBI the most engaged civil society partner for its contributions to improving the ease of doing business in Nigeria
The Integrity Organization Ltd (Gte) in collaboration with ActionAid Nigeria (AAN) recently concluded a 2-day advanced training on Private Sector Engagement in Lagos.
The Integrity organization, as part of its mandate to develops sustainable strategies for citizen involvement with government in the public and civil society sectors, held a 2-day training on ‘Enhancing Citizens Capacities for Good Governance’, from the 12th – 13th of December 2019.
CBI, Action Aid Nigeria & LCCI Collaborate To Strengthen Standards and Governance For MSMEs In Nigeria
As part of its advocacy for deepening the capacity and scale of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, MSMEs, in Nigeria the Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) in collaboration with Action Aid and the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), hosted the formal unveiling of the “Ethics Quite Easily Demonstrated” platform in Lagos.
The Ethics 1st program of the US Centre for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and the Business Integrity Initiative of the UK Government seek to put businesses from the US and the UK in touch with companies in Africa (and elsewhere) that are certified as anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliant. 230,000+ UK SMEs need clean business partners and intermediaries. Is this a business opportunity for your country?
The Convention on Business Integrity, CBi, called on operators and stakeholders at the Eastern ports and terminal axis, to engage the Port Service Support Portal, PSSP, domiciled in the Nigeria Shippers Council but designed to drive efficiency and accountability in the sector.
CBi in collaboration with Action Aid Nigeria & LCCI invites you to the unveiling of a unique solution for MSMEs to meet internal controls and anti-bribery, anti-corruption standards (ABAC).
The second in a series of round table sessions on service delivery in Nigerian ports took place on the 22nd of October in Abuja and was hosted by CBI
Seaports are very important structures in the development of the economy of any nation because they are gateways for imports and exports.