The Nigeria Network of Non- Governmental Organizations (NNNGO) in collaboration with the Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML) organised two regional workshops themed, Effective Implementation AML/CFT Requirements in the NPO Sector in Nigeria. The first of the workshops was held in Lagos; Vantage Hub: Mosesola House on 19th February 2018 and gathered 67 participants from across the southern region. The second workshop, organised at Den is Hotel, Abuja on 26th February, 2018 was attended by 68 participants from the northern region.
The Financial Action Task Force Conference was made possible thanks to the support of the Open Society Initiative on West Africa (OSIWA) and the Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML). The views and opinions expressed in this conference report do not represent the views of these organisations unless specifically stated.
We would like to thank all the speakers, regulators, discussants and participants for their contributions. Where the reports of each session use speaker and participant quotes, these are sometimes paraphrased from the exact words spoken in order to make the meaning clearer.
Nonprofits form a vital part of the civil society sector in Nigeria, with their work reaching millions in different communities and touching every facet of the Nigerian society. Nigerian nonprofits have a strong history of helping the vulnerable and disadvantaged in our society. Today, Nigeria’s nonprofit sector is large and diverse covering activities and services ranging from health, education, agriculture, environment, climate change, sport, arts and culture, good governance, human rights, technology etc.
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