About us: SISDev is a non-governmental, non-partisan, inclusive organization based in the north-eastern region of Nigeria striving to entrench sustainable development using contemporary development strategies
Extract and prepare key messages on the rights and obligations of the citizens from relevant statutes
Disseminate these messages through various media and platforms (traditional and religious institutions etc.)
Conduct sensitization activities in various media platforms
2. Commission musical, poetry and writing competition on environment
3. Create and promote environment
To raise societal consiousness / awareness about the rights and obligations of leaders and citizens and to entrench / inculcate the culture of issue-based politics in the society
To promote peaceful co-existence among various groups in the society and develop a new concept and structure of an ‘integrated security system’ in our communities.
To inculcate the culture of environmental care in the society, popularize renewable and alteernative energy technologies and promote sanitation and hygiene practices in the society
To have an inclusive , corruption-free society led by transparent, accountable and informed leaders that emerge through legitimate processes.
1. To have an informed, safe and secure society
To inculcate the culture of environmental care among the people, ensuring clean, ‘green’ and climate-resilient society
Core Values: · Professionalism · Integrity · Accountability · Transparency · Social Justice · Environment-friendliness
Better quality of life will discourage migration to Europe, others
— Ambassador Abdullahi
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If we surrendered to earth's intelligence we could rise up rooted, like trees