The nonprofit sector in Nigeria today is heterogenous covering activities and services including education, health, economic and community development, youth and youth development, poverty, gender, research and development, peace and conflict resolution, democracy and good governance, water and sanitation, disability, trade, ICTs, reforms, microfinance and communications for development.


Throughout the years you have supported people in your State to achieve their potentials and provided for the less privileged and hard-to-reach.It is time to let representatives of your State understand the impact of your work and why a further regulation of the sector is not good for the work we all do. You are the expert in how laws and policies of government affect your organisation, community and actors within the civil society community. The lawmakers representing your State at the National Assembly are listed here. Write a letter to them today using our sample letter here


Interested in knowing more about the Nonprofit Sector? Keep up with news about our work, our members, and trends impacting the Nigerian nonprofits.



Capacity building, policy engagements, interacting with civil society actors, networking with stakeholders in the sector; these are just a few of the exciting opportunities available to individuals interested in engaging with us.



Membership of the Network will provide you with technical information, advocacy and professionalnetworking. It also gives you the right to shape our activities and priorities for the future. Our members commit to adherence to the NNNGO code of conduct and conformance with international best practices for the 3rd sector.


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