Accord For Development emerges the Community Development Organization Of The Year 2018. The award is in recognition of Accord's giant stride in community development in the Niger Delta. Garden City Advancement Agency in Port Harcourt, Rivers State hosted the award.
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In 2012 Accord for Development carried survey of the 774 Local Government Areas of Nigeria to get information on their operations and their approaches to fulfilling

Recently, the political and Cultists related activities have arrowed violent actions that has resulted to loss of  lives and properties, the effects may influence communal clashes which will threaten livelihoods, incomes, access to social services especially health and infrastructures, and compromising the stability and peaceful co-existence in most local communities.

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The UMUOBI road is a major access road for the people of ASSA community –made up of four villages namely: Awoma, Idegele, Umuobi, Umugama and Obosa and of which their livelihood sustenance largely depends on farming. Farmers and small business people convey goods and farm produce through this road to the community. The ongoing Construction of Drainage System at UMUOBI Road will reduce flooding, loss of properties and will extend lifespan of UMUODI Road.

Following the State Kick-off Workshop, and the emergence of Ideato South, Ikeduru and Onuimo as STAR LGAs for the pilot phase of the Transformative Govern

The Leadership, Empowerment, Advocacy and Development (LEAD) Project, supported by RTI/PIND has already passed through its first phase as at 2015, therefore it is presently at its 2nd phase. Accord team led by Mubo Humble-Okere had a sensitization meeting with the Ward Development Committees (WDCs) in Khana local government towards their inauguration so as to be able to engage with Local Government Councils. Thereafter WDCs should be able to attract solutions from the council to meet their needs at ward level, instead of engaging in undesirable form of protests.

Accord for Community Development Conducted a Tax Payment Awareness Campaign in Bori, Khana Local Government on the 24th May, 2016. There is no better way to mobilize citizens behind Government programs than to raise developmental funds through their taxes and levy, which makes them partners to promote good governance and social service improvement in the local governance.

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