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VIISAUS AND THE CANADIAN DEPUTY HIGH COMMISSION IN LAGOS, NIGERIA, PARTNER TO EMPOWER WOMEN-LED BUSINESSES IN THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR

VIISAUS is proud to announce its partnership with the Canadian Deputy High Commission in Lagos, Nigeria, to spearhead initiatives aimed at empowering women-led enterprises in the agriculture sector. This collaboration aligns with the Trade program’s objectives for the fiscal year 2023-2024, as outlined in the mandate letters addressed to the Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, and Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food.

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Climate Finance: The Lifeblood Fueling The Fight Against Climate Change

Climate change, with its looming threats to human welfare, economic stability, and environmental harmony, stands as one of humanity’s greatest challenges today. Addressing it requires nothing short of a sweeping overhaul: transforming energy systems, reimagining transportation infrastructure, reshaping land management practices, and redefining consumption behavior.

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VIISAUS AND THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM) PARTNER TO DEVELOP FIRST OF ITS KIND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR MIGRATION TRACKING IN EDO STATE.

VIISAUS is proud to announce its partnership with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to create an advanced information management system aimed at combating human trafficking and irregular migration originating from Edo State, Nigeria.

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Beyond Money, Nigeria’s Multidimensional Poverty Landscape

According to the 2022 Multi-dimensional Poverty Index survey conducted by the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics (NBS), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and other partners – over half of the population of Nigeria is multidimensionally poor and cooks with dung, wood, or charcoal, rather than cleaner energy, with high deprivations apparent nationally in sanitation, time to healthcare, food insecurity, and housing.

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Nigeria’s Lekki Free Trade Zone: Economic Growth and Community Perspectives

Free-trade zones (FTZs) are designated areas within a country that foster economic development by offering duty-free privileges. In Nigeria, there are 46 FTZs, with 44 privately owned and two government-owned. While some of these zones face challenges such as inadequate infrastructure, legal disputes, and security issues, several functioning FTZs have significantly contributed to the country’s economy.

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2023 – Towards a Team of Bricks & Mortar

Those of us who have been on this journey for a while will know that in the early days, one of the most repeated values was “the work comes first” – I don’t regret saying that then (as I believe values need to evolve with the times) – but this year, it’s fair to say that is no longer the case. The work is still very very important, but not as much as the people. Gone are the days when you joined the team and “welcome to VIISAUS” meant all you got was a laptop, a chair, more tasks than you can handle

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Presidential Polling in Nigeria in 2023

Several polls have appeared online in recent weeks. As a Consulting Firm with extensive expertise in polling Nigerians, particularly with regard to political outcomes. In this article, we share our professional opinion on the risks of substandard polling techniques and how misleading they can be.. Using the poll by Premise as a case study, We hope this enlightens our audience on how to detect misleading polls as we countdown to the 2023 elections

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Ekiti Gubernatorial Polls

Our research reveals that voters in Ekiti are accepting of two-term governors, as is the case with Kayode Fayemi and Ayodele Fayose. However, this election is the first of its kind; for the first time in the state’s history, a third-force opposition flagbearer is a front runner in the race. It would be an understatement to say that the race is a tight one. Who do you think stands a better chance? SDP’s Olusegun Oni or APC’s Abiodun Oyebanji? #Viisaus #2023Elections #EkitiState #FixNigeria #SDP #APC #PDP

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Business Day Feature – “Emergence of voting blocs”

Ahead of the 2023 general elections, VIISAUS has conducted an in-depth study into Nigeria’s voting trend since independence. It will interest you to know that Nigeria is divided into three varied voting blocks. Slide through for all the enlightening information and let us know your thoughts #fixnigeria #viisaus #2023 #2023elections

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