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18 vacancies
      • Team Leader (m/f)

      • Team Leader (m/f) - Support to Coordination of EU funded interventions in Borno State, NigeriaJOB-ID: 35997Field of activityScope of the projectThe overall objective of the project is to provide techn
        • 26 February, 2018
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      • Social Media / Communication Assistant (NYSC)

      • Background The Global Programme „Programme Migration for Development“ is commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and is being implemen
        • 12 December, 2017
      • Administrative and Research Intern

      • Global Programme “Programme Migration for Development” (PME) Background The Global Programme „Programme Migration for Development“ is commissioned by the German Federal Min
        • 12 December, 2017
      • Component Manager (m/f)

      • JOB-ID: 28954 Field of activity The project will be financed by the Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) and the European Union (EU). The project’s p
        • 11 October, 2016
      • Leader (m/f)

      • Leader (m/f) of the project Support to the internally displaced and resilience of host communities in the north and north-east of Nigeria JOB-ID: 26961 Field of activity Since 2009, Nigeria is th
        • 16 May, 2016
      • Advisor (m/f) Financial System Development

      • Field of activity As part of the programme on Pro-Poor Growth and Employment Promotion in Nigeria, one of the areas GIZ is working in is financial system development (FSD). In this context, the pro
        • 09 February, 2015
      • Advisor - Customs

      • Responsibllities         Managing GIZ support to the ECOWAS Commission in the area of regional economic integration and trade, including but not limited to the ECOWAS
        • 15 January, 2015
      • Advisor - Tax Reforms

      • Responsibllitles     Managing GIZ support to the ECOWAS Commission in the area of regional economic integration on matters relating to Domestic Tax reforms and harmonization of the
        • 15 January, 2015
      • Advisor in Intra-Regional Trade

      • Responsibilities     Managing GIZ support to the ECOWAS Commission in the area of regional economic integration and trade, including but not limited to intraregional trade and the E
        • 15 January, 2015
      • Advisor on Business and Investment Climate

      • Field of activityDespite strong growth rates, the economic and social situation in Nigeria remains dominated by extreme poverty and un(der)employment. Because attention is concentrated on the oil and
        • 31 October, 2014
      • Advisor - Financial System Development

      • Field of activityAs part of the programme on Pro-Poor Growth and Employment Promotion in Nigeria, one of the areas that GIZ is working in is financial system development. In this context, the programm
        • 31 October, 2014
      • Expert - Adaptation to Climate Change in Agriculture

      • Background The 'Sustainable management of the Lake Chad Basin' programme is financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by G IZ in cooperatio
        • 15 July, 2014
      • Special Adviser

      • Responsibilities A comprehensive analysis on the institutional reform and capacity building exercise with concrete recommendations: Operationaiization of the Economic and Social Council of ECOWAS
        • 15 April, 2014
      • Project Coordinator

      • Responsibilities:     The Potato Initiative Africa (PIA) Coordinator is in charge of the coordination of all PIA activities in Nigeria, including facilitating and maintaining network
        • 08 January, 2014

About GIZ Nigeria

International cooperation between Germany and Nigeria commenced in 1974. GIZ was initially represented by an office in Lagos until 2003, but since 2004 it has maintained a country office and four project offices in the new capital Abuja. At present, GIZ has around 25 seconded staff, 100 Nigerian and regional experts, and four CIM experts working in Nigeria. Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy and has a population of 175 million, making it the continent’s most populous country. With a young, highly motivated and growing population, abundant natural resources and an increasingly diversified economy, Nigeria is not only a regional power but also an increasingly significant political player on the African continent and in the world. However, Nigeria faces major challenges. So far, its substantial oil revenues have had little impact on poverty. More than two-thirds of the population still live in extreme poverty and unemployment remains high. Sustainable economic and social development is hampered by corruption and by regional, ethnic, religious and social differences and the associated conflicts, which sometimes lead to attacks and unrest. As agreed between the Nigerian and German Governments, GIZ’s activities since 2002 have focused on sustainable economic development. GIZ is also engaged in the energy sector, agriculture and regional integration. The 'Pro-poor Growth and Employment Promotion in Nigeria’ (SEDIN) programme aims to increase income-generating employment in micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), and improve access to financial services. The programme is currently being implemented in Abuja and in Niger, Ogun and Plateau states. The Nigerian and German Governments also cooperate in the energy sector. On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), GIZ provides advisory services to Nigerian partners on topics such as rural electrification, energy efficiency and renewable energies, and is contributing to the success of the Nigeria-German Energy Partnership (NGEP) as well. GIZ provides support to the ECOWAS Commission (Economic Community of West African States) in Abuja, focusing on the management, implementation and monitoring of ECOWAS decisions on economic and trade policy, and peace and security. In addition, two regional programmes focusing on agriculture are under way in Nigeria. The first aims to promote African rice value chains; the second builds the capacities of market-oriented small-scale farming. The purpose of both programmes is to achieve sustainable improvements in the livelihoods and food security of poor farmers in Nigeria and other West African countries. A distinctive feature of GIZ’s activities in Nigeria is the high level of cofinancing obtained from other sources, primarily the European Union (EU) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. These additional funds make it possible to broaden the scope and intensity of the programmes being implemented on behalf of the BMZ, boosting the effectiveness of German development cooperation with Nigeria.
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