By systematically monitoring and evaluating the gaps between policy and practice in the energy sector, we build new evidence for deepening multi-stakeholder understanding and participation in the formulation and implementation of energy reform policies and programs in Nigeria.

We proceed upon the premise that any activity along the energy supply chain or the management of natural resources must not be carried out in a way that threatens the sustainability of livelihoods, human settlements and the environment.

When There is No Kerosene…

Traditionally, women’s use of energy revolves around domestic chores, particularly for cooking and lighting. Changes in energy subsidy policies often force energy (petrol and kerosene) prices to go up, affecting the way women access, use and experience energy in their households. For instance, in January and May 2016, Nigeria’s pricing body that regulates the price…

New Civil Society Representatives on the NEITI Board Emerge

New civil society representatives on the Board of the National Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative have emerged. The new representatives are: 1.      Dr. Mina Ogbanga- CSO 2.      Ms. Abiodun Baiyewu-Teru (Global Rights)- CSO 3.      Ms. Emem B. Okon- Women 4.      Maife Lincoln of Youth Forum on EITI   A.   Background: –       The Committee for the Selection of members of the Civil…