AFRICAN CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP STRATEGY AND DEVELOPMENT(CENTRE LSD)

SDG Action Network

Our SDG Action on September 25th

Sensitisation Meeting with select Adolescent Girls and Young Women form Abaji, Gwagwalada and Abaji Area Councils in FCT

Nigeria Gwagwalada, Abuja, Nigeria (RURAL ENGAGEMENT)
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
Centre LSD in  collaboration with GATE  have 2 planned events for SDG action week 2018. These engagements are Local and National engagement.  These events will be shared via www.centrelsd.org,  twitter.com/Centre_LSD and facebook.com/centrelsd
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 11 Sustainable Cities & Communities 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Global Agenda for Total Emancipation (GATE)

Mobilizing CSOs and Media for SDGS in Nigeria

Nigeria Barcaliga Hotel, APO ZONE E, Abuja
Number of people taking this action: 250 or more
The CSO, Media Engagement will bring together members of the Civil Sociaty Organisation and some media practitioners.  The aim is to mobilise citizens on the full implementation and mainstreaming of SDGs in Nigeria. This is in driven by the need to strengthen collective engagements on the implementation of the SDGs in Nigeria.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 11 Sustainable Cities & Communities 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Global Agenda for Total Emancipation (GATE)

About AFRICAN CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP STRATEGY AND DEVELOPMENT(CENTRE LSD)

The African Centre for Leadership Strategy and Development is a leading National NGO that has operated for over 10 years. Our vision is an African Society With Strategic Leadership and Sustainable Development. it was established with a mission to Work With Forces of Positive Change to Empower Citizens to Transform Society.

Centre LSD is guided by these values-transparency and accountability, integrity, transformative change, feminism, diversity

and dignity of the human person. The Centre carries out its programmes through research, Think Tank, Capacity Building,

Advocacy and Campaigns and Pan-Africanism.

Centre LSD's programme is built on the principles of catalytic partnership and rights based approach.

The programme conception, design, implementation and evaluation is built around four pillars, which are dynamic and visionary leadership, Appropriate strategy, Relevant development approaches including the promotion of women's rights, citizen participation, ownership, pro-poor orientation and focus on the next generation of youth and children, Building people and institutions.

Countries We Work in
Nigeria
Languages We Work in
English
SDGs We Tackle
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 11 Sustainable Cities & Communities
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