Through construction of radio stations and towers, equipment, training, and other support, PDev II helped promote community engagement and non-violence.
This is the number of individual Facebook accounts that engaged with two PDev II-supported Facebook pages through liking, sharing, and/or commenting.
PDev II-trained Community Reporters engaged with communities to discuss the drivers of violence and instability, along with ideas for creating tolerance and peace.
Training included project and fiscal management to improve local government capacities.
This funding supported activities developed and implemented by 50 unique civil society organizations in Niger alone.
Total number of Facebook accounts exposed to positive messages by two PDev II supported Facebook pages. In Nigeria, 38% have internet access and 50% check social media accounts daily.
The training includes leadership, participatory theater, mobile cinematography, social media, GPS community mapping, short film and poetry.
PDev II-trained Community Reporters to worked with these leaders to promote messages of tolerance, cooperation and peace.
The increased access to education includes $431,799 in construction and essential supplies across 65 schools in Niger.
PDev II built station infrastructure and towers, trained personnel, and provided equipment.
Through construction of radio stations and towers, equipment, training, and other support, PDev II helped reach millions in Niger and Burkina Faso.
PDev II supported 30 films by youth creators. The medium is also perfectly suited for many of our target areas where there are high rates of illiteracy.
for construction/renovation, along with essential school supplies, furniture and equipment providing increased access to education for 44,791 Nigerian youth.
2,518 events led by PDev II-trained young people included participatory theater, sporting events, mobile cinema screenings and discussions.
PDev II also provided $222,428 in small grants to fund activities implemented by the CSOs.
Mobile cinema reaches rural and remote communities the many areas with high rates of illiteracy.
This is the exposure to individual Facebook accounts in the first five days from two Facebook pages PDev II helped create.
$431,799 in support, including construction/renovation, essential school supplies, furniture and equipment.
Each is now able to teach youth leadership and community engagement skills.
245,625 community members attended these events led by PDev II-trained young people.