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World Bank commits NGN 19 billion [US$120 million] to Federal Universities Development Sector Adjustment Operation Project
3/3/14 14:45University of Benin[1996] Universities included in this project are
1. University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
2. University of Lagos, Lagos.
3. University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
4. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
5. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
6. University of Benin, Benin City.
7. University of Jos, Jos.
8. University of Calabar, Calabar.
9. Bayero University, Kano.
10. University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri.
11. Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto.
12. University of llorin, llorin,
13. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt.
14. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi.
15. University of Agriculture, Makurdi.
16. Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
17. Federal University of Technology, Minna.
18. Federal University of Technology, Akure.
19. University of AGriculture, Abeokuta.
20. Federal University of Technology, Yola.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Tertiary Education,70% Complete
6.335.6OludotunYES
3
650
World Bank commits NGN 19 billion [US$120 million] to Federal Universities Development Sector Adjustment Operation Project
3/3/14 14:31Ahmadu Bello University[1996] Universities included in this project are
1. University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
2. University of Lagos, Lagos.
3. University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
4. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
5. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
6. University of Benin, Benin City.
7. University of Jos, Jos.
8. University of Calabar, Calabar.
9. Bayero University, Kano.
10. University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri.
11. Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto.
12. University of llorin, llorin,
13. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt.
14. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi.
15. University of Agriculture, Makurdi.
16. Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
17. Federal University of Technology, Minna.
18. Federal University of Technology, Akure.
19. University of AGriculture, Abeokuta.
20. Federal University of Technology, Yola.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Tertiary Education,70% Complete
11.067.7HamzatYES
4
649
World Bank commits NGN 19 billion [US$120 million] to Federal Universities Development Sector Adjustment Operation Project
3/3/14 14:20
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
[1996] Universities included in this project are
1. University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
2. University of Lagos, Lagos.
3. University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
4. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
5. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
6. University of Benin, Benin City.
7. University of Jos, Jos.
8. University of Calabar, Calabar.
9. Bayero University, Kano.
10. University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri.
11. Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto.
12. University of llorin, llorin,
13. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt.
14. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi.
15. University of Agriculture, Makurdi.
16. Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
17. Federal University of Technology, Minna.
18. Federal University of Technology, Akure.
19. University of AGriculture, Abeokuta.
20. Federal University of Technology, Yola.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Tertiary Education,70% Complete
6.867.41OludotunYES
5
648
World Bank commits NGN 19 billion [US$120 million] to Federal Universities Development Sector Adjustment Operation Project
3/3/14 14:18University of Lagos[1996] Universities included in this project are
1. University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
2. University of Lagos, Lagos.
3. University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
4. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
5. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
6. University of Benin, Benin City.
7. University of Jos, Jos.
8. University of Calabar, Calabar.
9. Bayero University, Kano.
10. University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri.
11. Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto.
12. University of llorin, llorin,
13. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt.
14. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi.
15. University of Agriculture, Makurdi.
16. Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
17. Federal University of Technology, Minna.
18. Federal University of Technology, Akure.
19. University of AGriculture, Abeokuta.
20. Federal University of Technology, Yola.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Tertiary Education,70% Complete
6.513.38OludotunYES
6
647
World Bank commits NGN 19 billion [US$120 million] to Federal Universities Development Sector Adjustment Operation Project
3/3/14 14:09University of Ibadan[1996] Universities included in this project are
1. University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
2. University of Lagos, Lagos.
3. University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
4. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
5. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
6. University of Benin, Benin City.
7. University of Jos, Jos.
8. University of Calabar, Calabar.
9. Bayero University, Kano.
10. University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri.
11. Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto.
12. University of llorin, llorin,
13. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt.
14. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi.
15. University of Agriculture, Makurdi.
16. Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
17. Federal University of Technology, Minna.
18. Federal University of Technology, Akure.
19. University of AGriculture, Abeokuta.
20. Federal University of Technology, Yola.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Tertiary Education,70% Complete
7.443.9YES
7
646
World Bank initiates NGN 19 billion [US$120 million] Primary Education Project
3/3/14 13:23Abuja, Nigeria
[2000] The project is intended to assist the government's program for: (a) upgrading the quality of primary education; (b) improving resource allocation; (c) increasing enrollments; (d) strengthening institutions; and (e) facilitating future planning. In implementing the above objectives the project will: (a) finance the procurement and distribution of books and supplementary materials to all schools, and staff training in their care and use; (b) support measures being taken to ensure that the share of the federation account budgeted for the National Primary Education Fund (NPEF) is maintained at 65 percent of staff salaries, introduce cost sharing and cost recovery and reallocate budgets in favor of non-salaried items; (c) finance training of educational practitioners to improve curriculum delivery and of equipment to intensify the primary education enlightenment campaign; (d) finance vehicles and equipment and the training of administrative, finance and planning personnel, and reinforce procurement capacity; and (e) finance a management information system, training of statistics and planning staff, research and monitoring and evaluation.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Basic Primary Education,30% Complete
9.067.48HamzatYES
8
645
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 13:21Lagos, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
6.583.75HamzatYES
9
644
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 13:14Oyo,Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
84OludotunYES
10
643
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 13:12Delta, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
5.56HamzatYES
11
642
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 13:02Akwa Ibom, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
57.83HamzatYES
12
641
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 12:59Imo, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
5.487.03OludotunYES
13
640
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 12:57Enugu, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
6.57.5HamzatYES
14
639
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 12:51Benue, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
7.338.75OludotunYES
15
638
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 12:49Niger, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
9.5886056.615234OludotunYES
16
637
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 12:46Kaduna, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
10.517.43OludotunYES
17
636
World Bank pilots early childhood development for NGN 1 billion [US$8.03 million]
3/3/14 12:34Kano, Nigeria
This five-year project is to pilot a method to support early childhood development in 10 target states [Kano, Kaduna, Niger, Benue, Enugu,Imo, Akwa Ibom, , Delta, Oyo, Lagos]. The project provides, disseminates and reinforces instructional materials for preschool aged children. The project promotes early childhood development, sensitizes parents to early childhood needs and care, and enhances caregivers' knowledge and competencies.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Early Childhood,30% Complete
128.51OludotunYES
18
635
World Bank commits NGN 9 billion [US$55 million] to a Second Primary Education Project
3/3/14 12:10Abuja, Nigeria[All States] The Second Primary Education Project for Nigeria assists the Government in improving its primary education program to prepare the groundwork for universal basic education by upgrading the quality of primary education, improving resource allocation, increasing enrollments, strengthening institutions, and facilitating future planning.

This project is to support the implementation of Universal Basic Education through strengthening human resource capacity in approximately 1,000 primary schools throughout Nigeria. This will be accomplished through training of teachers and other education staff; creating a primary school environment conducive to teaching and learning; through renovation and refurbishing of schools; improving the quality and availability of instructional materials and distance education; through provision of books and instructional aids; and creating national awareness about AIDS, through support for an AIDS awareness program and development of curriculum for schools.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Basic Primary Education,50% Complete
9.0702797.435652OludotunYES
19
634
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 11:42Katsina, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
12.987.6HamzatYES
20
633
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 11:40Borno, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
11.513HamzatYES
21
632
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 11:37Benue, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
7.338.75OludotunYES
22
631
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 11:34Taraba, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
810.5OludotunYES
23
630
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 8:14Plateau, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
9.169.75OludotunYES
24
629
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 8:10Rivers, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
4.756.83HamzatYES
25
628
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 7:34Oyo state, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
84HamzatYES
26
627
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 7:31Niger, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
106HamzatYES
27
626
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 7:06Lagos, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
6.453.39OludotunYES
28
625
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 7:02Kaduna, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
10.517.43OludotunYES
29
624
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 6:57Jigawa, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
129.75HamzatYES
30
623
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 6:50Owerri, Imo, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
5.757.116667HamzatYES
31
622
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/3/14 6:47Enugu, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
6.4461097.512551HamzatYES
32
621
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/2/14 12:54Ekiti, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
7.695.3OludotunYES
33
620
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/2/14 12:51Ebonyi, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
6.4204628.069952OludotunYES
34
619
World Bank disburses 16 billion Naira [$101 million] for University Basic Education in 16 states
3/2/14 12:39Bayelsa, Nigeria
[2007] The Universal Basic Education Project will support the Government of Nigeria [in Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Lagos, Niger, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, and Taraba; Benue, Borno, and Katsina]. to implement a program to achieve universal basic education (UBE), by increasing the capacity of states, and local governments to manage, and implement it effectively. During project preparation, each state would have prepared an overall UBE plan for the next five years, based on data analysis, and existing conditions, developing an implementation strategy. Under the first component, Bank assistance will be requested for: 1) institutional strengthening, including support for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) development; 2) increasing the quality of schools, which includes upgrading of physical infrastructure, teacher training, and learning materials; and, 3) increasing access to education, specially through incentives, and strengthening of community schools. The second component will focus on financing activities at the Federal level, namely the effective implementation of the UBE program, which requires considerable strengthening of the capacity of key federal institutions, responsible of policy development, and training of education planners, managers, and policy makers at all levels of the educational system. Capacity development activities include the areas of interaction between HIV/AIDS and education; institutional strengthening of the National Institute for Education Planning; collection, and analysis of education statistics; and, reform of the Inspectorate, among others
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,30% Complete,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
4.7629796.028898OludotunYES
35
618
World Bank Board Approves 10 billion NGN State Education Sector Project in Kaduna, Kano and Kwara
3/2/14 12:12Kwara, NigeriaWASHINGTON, April 26, 2007— The Board of Directors of the World Bank approved a US$65 million International Development Association (IDA) credit* to the Federal Republic of Nigeria for the State Education Sector Project in Kaduna, Kano and Kwara

The objective of the project is to improve the quality of basic education, particularly focusing on girls and the poor, in three States of the Federation. The project is expected to help each State improve the quality of basic education in targeted Local Government Areas (LGAs) and strengthen their capacity for management, planning and monitoring the delivery of education services.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Basic Primary Education
8.3940844.678749OludotunYES
36
617
World Bank Board Approves 10 billion NGN State Education Sector Project in Kaduna, Kano and Kwara
3/2/14 12:06Kano, NigeriaWASHINGTON, April 26, 2007— The Board of Directors of the World Bank approved a US$65 million International Development Association (IDA) credit* to the Federal Republic of Nigeria for the State Education Sector Project in Kaduna, Kano and Kwara

The objective of the project is to improve the quality of basic education, particularly focusing on girls and the poor, in three States of the Federation. The project is expected to help each State improve the quality of basic education in targeted Local Government Areas (LGAs) and strengthen their capacity for management, planning and monitoring the delivery of education services.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Basic Primary Education
11.9946068.550382OludotunYES
37
616
World Bank Board Approves 10 billion NGN State Education Sector Project in Kaduna, Kano and Kwara
3/2/14 11:41Kaduna, NigeriaWASHINGTON, April 26, 2007— The Board of Directors of the World Bank approved a US$65 million International Development Association (IDA) credit* to the Federal Republic of Nigeria for the State Education Sector Project in Kaduna, Kano and Kwara

The objective of the project is to improve the quality of basic education, particularly focusing on girls and the poor, in three States of the Federation. The project is expected to help each State improve the quality of basic education in targeted Local Government Areas (LGAs) and strengthen their capacity for management, planning and monitoring the delivery of education services.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Basic Primary Education
10.5738047.405322OludotunYES
38
615
World Bank Disburses $130m For Federal Science & Technical Education Projects In Nigeria [STEPB]
3/2/14 11:14Abuja, Nigeria
104 Federal unity schools, 21 Colleges of Education, 22 Federal polytechnics, 27 Federal universities, 15 research institutions, supervisory agencies and the Federal Ministry of Education had all benefited from the STEPB project since its inception; all of them at different stages of implementation.
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Secondary School Education
9.1758337.180833OludotunYES
39
614
World Bank Offers 24billion Naira Education Grant To Ekiti, Anambra And Bauchi
3/2/14 10:49
Anambra, Onitsha, Anambra, Nigeria
Anambra will have a share of the [24billion NGN] US$151.9 million state education program investment project which includes deployment of teachers to rural areas and enrolment of student into vocational and technical schools
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
6.2226796.787746OludotunYES
40
613
World Bank Offers 24billion Naira Education Grant To Ekiti, Anambra And Bauchi
3/2/14 10:34Ekiti, Nigeria
Ekiti will have a share of the [24billion NGN] US$150 million state education program investment project which includes deployment of teachers to rural areas and enrolment of student into vocational and technical schools
Geolocated,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
7.695.3OludotunYES
41
612
World Bank Offers 24billion Naira Education Grant To Ekiti, Anambra And Bauchi
3/2/14 10:19Bauchi, Nigeria
Bauchi will have a share of the [24billion NGN] US$150 million state education program investment project which includes deployment of teachers to rural areas and enrolment of student into vocational and technical schools
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Basic Primary Education,Secondary School Education
11.6204316.63369OludotunYES
42
611
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43
610FGGC EFON IMNRINGI to spend 50 million in 2013
4/4/13 0:00
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Efon Imnringi is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Cannot be Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
00CODEYES
44
609FGC ODIKOLOGUNA to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Odikologuna is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Cannot be Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
00CODEYES
45
608FGGC GUSAU in Zamfara to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Gusau, Zamfara
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Gusau is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
12.166.25CODEYES
46
607FGGC ANKA in Zamfara to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Anka, Zamfara
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Anka is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
12.166.25CODEYES
47
606FGC POTISKUM in Yobe to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Potiskum, Yobe
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Potiskum is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
1211.5CODEYES
48
605FGC BUNI-YADI in Yobe to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Buni - Yadi, Yobe
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Buni - Yadi is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
1211.5CODEYES
49
604FGGC WUKARI in Taraba to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Wukari, Taraba
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Wukari is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
810.5CODEYES
50
603FGGC JALINGO in Taraba to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Jalingo,Taraba
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Jalingo is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
810.5CODEYES
51
602FGGC TAMBUWAL in Sokoto to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Sokoto
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Tambuwal is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
13.085.25CODEYES
52
601FGC SOKOTO in Sokoto to spend 785 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Sokoto
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Sokoto is to spend 785, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
13.085.25CODEYES
53
600F.S.C. SOKOTO in Sokoto to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Sokoto
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Science College Sokoto is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
13.085.25CODEYES
54
599FGGC ABULOMA in Rivers to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Abuloma, Rivers
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Abuloma is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
4.57.03CODEYES
55
598FGC PORT HARCOURT in Rivers to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Port - Harcourt, Rivers
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Portharcourt is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
4.57.03CODEYES
56
597FGGC LANGTANG in Plateau to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Langtang, Plateau
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Langtang is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
9.169.75CODEYES
57
596FGC JOS in Plateau to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Jos, Plateau
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Jos is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
9.169.75CODEYES
58
595FGGC OYO in Oyo to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Oyo
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Oyo is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
84CODEYES
59
594FGC OGBOMOSHO in Oyo to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ogbomosho, Oyo
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Ogbomosho is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
84CODEYES
60
593FGGC IPETUMODU in Osun to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ipetumodu, Osun
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Ipetumodu is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
7.54.5CODEYES
61
592FGC IKIRUN in Osun to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ikirun, Osun
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Ikirun is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
7.54.5CODEYES
62
591FGGC AKURE in Ondo to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Akure, Ondo
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Akure is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
7.165.08CODEYES
63
590FGC, IDO-ANI in Ondo to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ido - Ani, Ondo
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Ido - Ani is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
7.165.08CODEYES
64
589FGGC SHAGAMU in Ogun to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Shagamu, Ogun
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Shagamu is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
73.58CODEYES
65
588FGC ODOGBOLU in Ogun to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Odogbolu, Ogun
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Odogbolu is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
73.58CODEYES
66
587SULEJA ACADEMY in Niger to spend 300 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Niger
As part of their capital expenditure, the Suleja Academy is to spend 300, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
106CODEYES
67
586FGGC NEW BUSA in Niger to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22New Busa, Niger
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College New Busa is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
106CODEYES
68
585FGGC BIDA in Niger to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Bida, Niger
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Bida is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
106CODEYES
69
584FGC MINNA in Niger to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Minna, Niger
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Minna is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
106CODEYES
70
583FGGC KEANA in Nasarawa to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Keana, Nasarawa
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Keana is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
8.58.25CODEYES
71
582FGC KEFFI in Nasarawa to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Keffi, Nasarawa
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Keffi is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
8.58.25CODEYES
72
581QUEEN'S COLLEGE LAGOS in Lagos to spend 70 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Lagos
As part of their capital expenditure, the Queen's College Lagos is to spend 70, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.583.55CODEYES
73
580KING'S COLLEGE in Lagos to spend 70 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ikoyi, Lagos
As part of their capital expenditure, the King's College Lagos is to spend 70, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.583.55CODEYES
74
579FGC IJANIKIN in Lagos to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ijanikin, Lagos
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Ijanikin is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.583.55CODEYES
75
578FGGC OMU-ARAN in Kwara to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Omu- Aran, Kwara
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Omu aran is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
8.55CODEYES
76
577FGGC ILORIN in Kwara to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ilorin, Kwara
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Ilorin is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
8.55CODEYES
77
576FGGC KABBA in Kogi to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Kabba, Kogi
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Kabba is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
7.756.75CODEYES
78
575FGC UGWOLAWO in Kogi to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ugwolawo, Kogi
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Ugwolawo is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
7.756.75CODEYES
79
574FGGC GWANDU in Kebbi to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Gwandu, Kebbi
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Gwandu is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.583.55CODEYES
80
573FGC BIRIN YAURI in Kebbi to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Birin Yauri, Kebbi
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Birin Yauri is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.583.55CODEYES
81
572FGGC BAKORI in Katsina to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Bakori, Katsina
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Bakori is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
12.257.5CODEYES
82
571FGC DAURA in Katsina to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Daura, Katsina
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Daura is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
12.257.5CODEYES
83
570FGC MINJIBIR in Kano to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Minjibir, Kano
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Minjibir is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
11.58.5CODEYES
84
569FGC KANO in Kano to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Kano
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Kano is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
11.58.5CODEYES
85
568FGC ZARIA in Kaduna to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Zaria, Kaduna
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Zaria is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
10.337.75CODEYES
86
567FGC KADUNA in Kaduna to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Kaduna
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Kaduna is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
10.337.75CODEYES
87
566FGGC KAZAURE in Jigawa to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Kazaure, Jigawa
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Kazaure is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
129.75CODEYES
88
565FGC KIYAWA in Jigawa to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Kiyawa, Jigawa
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Kiyawa is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
129.75CODEYES
89
564FGGC OWERRI in Imo to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Owerri, Imo
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Owerri is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
5.57.16CODEYES
90
563FGC OKIGWE in Imo to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Okigwe, Imo
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Okigwe is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
5.57.16CODEYES
91
562FGGC BAJOGA in Gombe to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Bajoga, Gombe
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Bajoga is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
10.2511.16CODEYES
92
561FGC, BILLIRI in Gombe to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Billiri, Gombe
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Billiri is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
10.2511.16CODEYES
93
560FGC GARKI in Abuja to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Garki, Abuja FCT
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Garki is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
8.837.16CODEYES
94
559FGGC LEJJA in Enugu to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Lejja, Enugu
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Lejja is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.57.5CODEYES
95
558FGGC ENUGU in Enugu to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Enugu
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Enugu is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.57.5CODEYES
96
557FGGC EFON ALAYE in Ekiti to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Efon Alaye, Ekiti
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Efon Alaye is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
7.665.25CODEYES
97
556FGC, IKOLE in Ekiti to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ikole, Ekiti
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government College Ikole is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
7.665.25CODEYES
98
555FGGC IBILLO in Edo to spend 50 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Ibillo, Edo
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Ibillo is to spend 50, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.56CODEYES
99
554FGGC BENIN in Edo to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Benin, Edo
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Benin is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.56CEEDYES
100
553FGGC EZZAMGBO ABAKALIKI in Ebonyi to spend 200 million in 2013
7/6/13 9:22Abakaliki, Ebonyi
As part of their capital expenditure, the Federal Government Girls College Abakaliki is to spend 200, 000, 000 NGN according to the Nigeria 2013 Budget
Geolocated,Trusted Reports,Federal Government College
6.258.08CEEDYES
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