2004’ is the 4th edition of Annual All Nigeria NGO
Summit & Exposition. It is the nation’s leading voluntary
meeting for representatives/members of NGOs, government, donors and
support agencies in Nigeria. It addresses issues of fundamental import
crucial to the growth and development of the humanitarian sector in
Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa.
annual summit is the rallying point for NGO activities, sustainable
development programme as well as recognition award. Participants are
provided a unique opportunity to acquire the mechanism and support needed
to network, brainstorm, share and multiply their inputs towards solving
humanity basic problems.
engage stakeholders in the Niger Delta phenomenon on constructive
dialogue towards creating an environment for lasting peace and
create a unique meeting point for participants to dialogue and share
innovative ideas and practices as well as build strategic
partnership that can help NGOs better fulfill their missions.
recognize the spirit of volunteerism among NGOs, individuals and other
stakeholders and acknowledge their role and effectiveness.
provide opportunities for NGO, Donor and government representatives to
introduce their organization or discuss their activities, concern or
problems where experts provide guidance on practical topics of importance
The annual summit is open to members of the NGO community, donors and inter-governmental agencies and other stakeholders in the third sector.
programme through Exhibition are being organized for the summit.
Interested organizations are expected to participate by showcasing their
products, services and technologies. Exposition is however not a trade
fair and materials for exhibition should be NGO-related concerns. The fee
for a space (table) allocation is N1,000.00($10), payable
as applicable in registration. Only 20 Spaces are available and
exhibitors will be considered on 'First Come First Served' basis.
Please send letter of Intent or email to email@example.com
speakers for the main sessions are being selected by the National Planning
Committee, NPC, opportunities are available for NGOs, donors or government
representatives to introduce their organizations and its relevance to the
summit or present particular projects or issues of interest to them and
the NGO community. Speakers for this plenary session are limited to ten
(10) minutes presentation.
presenters should submit a brief abstract (1 page maximum) of their
planned presentation. Submission must be received latest by February 14,
NPC members will select paper presenters and qualified
applicants will be notified through email. Please submit
proposal via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
for 2004 Reward, Recognition and Award Scheme
for the 3rd edition of Reward, Recognition and Award
Scheme, RRAS is open for ‘Uyo 2004’ NGO summit. The RRAS is
a programme designed to honour NGOs, Donors, companies/corporate
organizations, individuals and funding agencies that have demonstrated
extraordinary efforts, self-sacrifice, innovation and excellence in
providing support towards humanitarian services in Nigeria. The categories are:
- Service Award
Reward for Excellence
Award Selection Committee, ASC comprising members of the 2004 NPC is
responsible for the selection of winners from among nominations received.
To recommend for an award, please send name, qualifications and
achievements of the prospective awardees with a
covering note to email@example.com
Summit Fee per delegate is N4,000.00 (for residents
and $50 for non-residents. This is highly subsidised to
encourage participation. It covers full
participation in the conference, materials, tea break and lunch.
payable by bank cheque and made in favour of NGO GUIDE 2000 at any
of Guaranty Trust Bank branches nationwide in account No
1917558110 and should be received latest by Friday, February 20, 2004.
Payment received later than this date and/or cash payment at the venue of
the summit will attract extra cost of N1,000.00 ($10) per
Non-resident delegates are allowed to register on arrival at the venue.
However, an intent to participate should be communicated to the
Secretariat on or before February 18, 2004 via email, telephone or fax: Contact
the event of not being able to attend, a suitable delegate is welcome.
Such proxy or substitute should be communicated to the secretariat not
later than February 16, 2004.
room rates are available for delegates at the following contacts and
hotels. Click Here for Hotel
Information, tariff and location.
Delegates wishing for further information will receive
details on arrival at the desk or contact the National Secretariat of the
From Lagos or Abuja International Airports, arrive Calabar Airport through
ADC Airline. There is a Shuttle Bus supplied by ADC to convey
passengers to Uyo at an additional fee of N1,000 (one thousand naira). The
Shuttle Bus terminate its journey at the ADC office along Oron Road, Uyo.
A standard taxi drop to any part of the time costs 300 naira maximum.
Alternatively, the farthest distance of any hotel from the ADC office on
Okada (Motorcycle) costs at most 50 naira. You are however not to take the
last flight to Calabar as the shuttle bus is not certainty. There
are car hire services at the Airport and passengers coming to Uyo can often
pair to split cost. The fair would normally be about 5000 naira.
travelers, whether from Lagos, Abuja or other parts of the country, the
the likelihood is to arrive Uyo via CHISCO Luxurious Buses and the
Terminus is along Ikot-Ekpene Road at the entry into UYO. If however
another transport means is used, you will be dropped in the heart of the
town. You could pick an Okada or Taxi to your hotel. The fares are usually
between 60 and 80 naira.
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