NSIPA NEWS: In a statement provided by Jamaludeen Kabir, the NSIPA’s national communications manager. In a preparatory Zoom meeting, NSIPA gets ready for its nationwide programs. See the information below!
With all of the focal points from the 36 states in the federation present, Hajiya Halima Shehu, the CEO and National Coordinator of NSIPA led a thorough Zoom meeting. In line with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda, the virtual meeting was a crucial first step toward the launch of NSIPA’s ambitious social investment plans.
Hajiya Halima Shehu underlined throughout the lively discussion how important these main points are to the direction and management of the next grassroots projects. The focus of the discussions was on developing and refining implementation frameworks that were customized to the distinct socioeconomic conditions of each state to guarantee the successful launch and significant implementation of NSIPA’s initiatives.
The Zoom meeting served as a forum for intensive cooperation, allowing the focus persons to exchange best practices, insights, and strategy alignment. In keeping with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s inspiring Renewed Hope Agenda, Hajiya Halima Shehu reaffirmed NSIPA’s steadfast commitment to empowering communities across the country. She highlighted the organization’s commitment to supporting inclusive growth and transforming lives.
NSIPA Strengthens Cooperation Before Program Debut
In anticipation of its upcoming comprehensive program launch, the National Social Investment Programme Agency, or NSIPA, is intensifying collaboration.
The CEO and National Coordinator of NSIPA, Hajiya Halima Shehu, has been looking at opportunities for collaboration with Ministries and other organizations.
According to the most recent NSIPA statement, Hajiya Halima paid H.E. Ambassador Yusuf Maitama Tuggar (OON), the Minister of Foreign Affairs, a courtesy call. The purpose of the distinguished gathering was to promote cooperation as NSIPA prepares to introduce its all-inclusive social investment initiative in line with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda.
Several days prior, the head of NSIPA, Halima Started an important visit to the World Bank’s Abuja branch, a move that signals proactive steps towards socio-economic reform. The purpose of this strategic discussion was to set the stage for the upcoming launch of NSIPA’s extensive activities.
Hajiya Halima Shehu, the first national coordinator and CEO of the National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA), recently presided over a crucial gathering at the Republic of Benin’s Embassy in Abuja.
In keeping with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda, she highlighted cooperation and the sharing of ideas while summarizing the purpose of the visit, which was to build partnerships to improve the socioeconomic well-being of Nigerian youth.
The NC/CEO emphasized at the discussion how important it is for Nigeria and the Republic of Benin to work together to improve possibilities for Nigerian youth.
The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation oversees NSIPA as an agency. Programs like N-Power, Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT), National Home Grown School Feeding Program (NHGSFP), and GEEP Loan/IYALOJA are under the supervision of NSIPA.
The National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA) CEO, Hajiya Halima Shehu, recently carried out extensive warehouse inspections in key locations, demonstrating her dedication to ensuring NSIPA operates as efficiently as possible as they get ready to launch their comprehensive social intervention program with the launch of their new website, https://nsipa.gov.ng.
CEO of NSIPA Halima takes part in the Ministry’s budget defense at NATS
Hajiya Halima Shehu Supports the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation’s Legislative Budget
The CEO and National Coordinator of the National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA), Hajiya Halima Shehu, showed her unwavering commitment to national programs, on December 12, 2023, before the National Assembly. During the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation’s budget defense session, she was an integral part of the team and actively engaged.
The NC/CEO’s participation in the budget defense negotiations highlighted the significance of the distribution of resources in an efficient manner to support humanitarian initiatives around the nation, given her vast experience and dedication to creating significant social change.
Using her extensive knowledge of social investment initiatives, Hajiya Halima Shehu offered perspectives and suggestions meant to improve the ministry’s ability to deal with urgent issues about the distribution of humanitarian relief and poverty alleviation.
Her aggressive participation and insightful contributions during the meeting reinforced NSIPA’s dedication to advancing President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda using tactical partnerships with significant governmental entities.