Participatory Budgeting in Nigeria

Public Service Delivery — Public Meeting

Nigeria — May 17, 2022 @ 6:00pm - 8:00pm GMT+01:00

Abuja

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At PROMAD, we are currently incubating our Grassroots Advocacy Project (GRAP} which is a civic-tech solution aimed at creating opportunities for Nigerians to put their communities’ needs in our annual National Needs Assessment Report to ensure budgetary allocations are made to execute projects that meet citizens needs. The project is a digital rural and urban participatory and community mobilisation, investigating, assessing, and documenting the NEEDS of Nigerian communities to work with MDAs for adoption into the budget.

As part of our fact-finding mission to understudy the experiences of stakeholders, we are putting together a Twitter Spaces Conversation on the topic: “Participatory Budgeting: Experiences, Achievements, Lessons and Going Forward” to commemorate the celebration of Open Gov week.

This would help our team to gain insights from stakeholders on the state of participatory budgeting in Nigeria to be added to our data from research we are conducting on the subject.

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