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Imperial College London, Partnership for Child Development

London, United Kingdom

Imperial College London, Partnership for Child Development was awarded $1,200,000 between 2016 and 2019, including 2 grants in On Nigeria.

$600,000

2019 • 2 years • On Nigeria

Imperial College London coordinates the global consortium called Partnership for Child Development. Through the Partnership, Imperial College provides technical support to the Government of Nigeria (and other countries) to implement school feeding programs. In this renewal project, Imperial College is supporting Nigeria's federal government and three states to develop procurement and meal-planning tools, and a financing platform to increase transparency and reduce corruption risks. Imperial College continues to provide technical assistance to federal, state, and local governments and, to facilitate scaling up, share tools, lessons, and results with other states implementing the feeding program. Expected outcomes include reduced risks of corruption and improved transparency and accountability across supply chains, procurement, and fund flow, nationally and in states implementing the feeding program.

$600,000

2016 • 3 years, 9 months • On Nigeria

Imperial College London coordinates the global consortium called Partnership for Child Development. In this capacity, Imperial College through the Partnership provides technical support to the Government of Nigeria and other countries on the implementation of school feeding programs. In this project, Imperial College is supporting the Federal Government and five states to develop corruption prevention systems for the feeding program. Expected outcomes include reduced risk of corruption and improved transparency and accountability across supply chains, procurement, and fund flow nationally and in states implementing the feeding program.

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