We have worked with a wide range of development programmes to increase the focus on ownership and to promote accountability and responsiveness of governments to the delivery of basic services to its population.  GRID has contributed to this progress by making significant contributions to development partners and providing practical support to the implementation of these programmes. Our inputs include:

Governance programmes:

The effective management of the core policy and the decision making process of the government is of critical importance to the development and improvement of all aspects of the public sector, and to the delivery of public services. In recent years,  we have provided services in different broad areas in Nigerian governance programmes such as:

      State Partnership for Accountability, Responsiveness and Capability (SPARC)
      State and Local Government Programme (SLGP)
      Policy and Knowledge Programme (PAK)
      Service Delivery Initiative (SDI)
Health programmes:

The improvement of the health status of its population is a major goal of almost every country in the world. We have and continue to be involved in strengthening health systems across Africa through health programmes such as:

      Partnership For Transforming Health Systems  (PATHS)
      Benue Health Fund (BHF)
      Support to National Malaria Programme (SuNMaP)
      Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN)
      Partnership For Improving Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigeria (PRRINN)
      Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH)
      Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria (HERFON)
      DANIDA project in Ghana
      DFID programme in Dar es Salaam
      USAID in Malawi
Other  Programmes:
      Capacity Building for Decentralised Development (CBDD)
     Improving Farmer Participation in Research and Extension in Benue State (IFPREB)
      Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH)
      Partnership for Developement (PFD)
      Women's Dignity Project in Malawi



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