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UNICEF Nigeria Recruitment 2018…The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) – In September 2014 UNICEF began implementing a joint programme with UN Women on Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) funded by the European Union (EU). The programme will support the Nigerian Government (Federal level), three the Northern Nigerian States namely Adamawa, Gombe, and Plateau and selected Local Government Areas (LGAs) to strengthen women’s leadership, advance gender equality and improve protection for women and children in conflict settings.

The UNICEF Nigeria Recruitment i ongoing for the following positions

Job Title: Chief of Communication, P-5
Job Number: 509755
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Work Type: Fixed Term Staff

How you can make a difference

  • Accountable for developing, managing, coordinating, networking, implementing and monitoring an advocacy and communication strategy and associated products and activities on a regular and on-going basis with public audiences, with the objective of promoting awareness, understanding, support and respect for children’s and women’s rights, and support for UNICEF’s mission, priorities and programmes in the country office and at a global level and those of the UN Country Team.
  • Advice on the articulation of policies and strategies, with an emphasis on those that promote gender equality and equity.
    Within the delegated authority and the given organizational set-up, the incumbent may be accountable for all or assigned areas of the following major duties and end results.

Communication Strategy:

  • Ensure that the Country Office has a clear communication strategy and associated work plan to support the country programme objectives and get children’s issues into the public domain, strengthen political will in support of UNICEF’s mission and objectives, and enhance the organization’s credibility and brand.
  • Develop, maintain and update the country advocacy and communication strategy and associated work plan. Strategy and work plan include an environmental and stakeholder assessment; objectives; target audiences, messages and media mix; resources; specific actions, activities and products; monitoring and evaluation of impact, success and opportunity for improvement; ongoing refinement of the strategy.
  • Draw on extensive strategy development experience and ensure optimum leverage and impact of communication activities on programme, policy and advocacy activities. UNICEF’s rights- and results-based programming approach is appropriately reflected in the communication strategy, work plan and products. Strategy and work plan incorporate and reflect key programme priorities and processes.
  • Ensure adequate and ongoing assessment of trends, social and political change and public interest. Factor these environmental variables back into communication strategy and refining its execution.
  • Maintain close coordination with Regional Communication Advisers and HQ Communication Officers for effective overall collaboration in communication strategy.

Media Relations:

  • Ensure that the Country Office has a well-managed country communication team that maintains and continually develops a contact list of journalists and media outlets covering all media – print, TV, radio, web etc. – and a successful process of communicating and maintaining regular contact and close collaboration with the media to communicate the story of UNICEF’s cooperation to a wider audience. New ways are identified to increase positive exposure and leverage that prominence for new opportunities for UNICEF.
  • Manage a country communication team that effectively executes a proactive and comprehensive media relations work plan encompassing the elements noted below.
  • Promote a better understanding of, respect and support for children’s and women’s rights and issues by carrying out media, information and education activities in support of UNICEF-assisted development programmes or humanitarian efforts in the country.
  • Develop, maintain and update media relations contact list/database. Develop, maintain and grow partnerships with key media outlets/organizations for local and global use. Seek new ways to increase positive exposure and leverage that prominence for new opportunities for UNICEF.
  • Establish, document, review and refine the process of communicating with media contacts, including press conferences and events, issuing of media materials etc.
  • Ensure rapid and accurate information dissemination to the media, National Committees, NGOs, the field and other appropriate audiences.
  • Identify, develop, distribute and evaluate a variety of media materials in multiple, appropriate formats. Ensure or enhance the quality, consistency and appropriateness of country-specific communication materials, activities, processes, and messages transmitted to the press, partners, public and other audiences.
  • Collaborate with mass media through activities such as organizing project site visits, facilitating photo coverage and TV footage and utilizing both web-based and traditional media as appropriate
  • Monitor and evaluate the use and effectiveness of media materials and share results and findings with regional and HQ communication colleagues.
  • Maintain close collaboration with Regional Communication Advisers and HQ Communication Officers for effective overall coordination.

Communication, Networking, and Partnerships:

  • Manage a country communication team to ensure that the Country Office has a well maintained and continually developed contact-list of individuals, groups, organizations and for a, whose support is essential to/can assist in achieving the advocacy and communication objectives of the communication strategy. A network is developed, strengthened and maintained with the UN Country Team, UN communication counterparts and high-level counterparts in key partner organizations.
  • Manage a country communication team that effectively executes a proactive and comprehensive networking and partnerships strategy encompassing the elements noted below.
  • Develop, maintain and update partners contact list/database. Develop, maintain and grow partnerships with organizations for local and global use.
  • Identify among the partners a handful of organizations whose reach extends beyond national borders and coordinate closely with DOC and the regional office in extending their impact and use beyond national borders.
  • Establish, document, review and refine the process of working collaboratively with partners, including meetings, joint projects, information sharing etc.
  • Ensure or enhance the quality, consistency, and appropriateness of country-specific communication materials, activities, processes and messages shared with partners.
  • Identify opportunities to strengthen the capacity of partners through appropriate advocacy and communication training, access to information, supplies, and equipment and through knowledge sharing.
  • Monitor and evaluate results and effectiveness of working with partners and share results and findings with regional and HQ communication colleagues.
  • UNICEF to be a reliable partner in national programme planning and development, pursuing gender mainstreaming and principles of gender equity.

Celebrities and Special Events:

  • Ensure that the Country Office has a well-managed national celebrity relations programme with a well maintained and continually developed a contact list of appropriate, nationally-known personalities who have been identified, engaged and support UNICEF’s efforts and who actively participate in special events and activities that support country programme goals. Among these high-profile individuals, a handful are identified whose recognition level extends beyond national borders and coordinate closely with DOC and the regional office in extending their impact and use beyond national borders.
  • Manage a country communication team that effectively develops, maintains and updates celebrities contact list/database.
  • In close coordination with DOC’s celebrity relations staff, identify, develop, maintain and grow relationships with personalities with reach beyond national boundaries for local and global use.
  • Establish, document, review and refine the process of working with celebrities, including special events, media opportunities, field trips etc.
  • Participate in global advocacy activities by planning visits of Goodwill Ambassadors, National Committee representatives, Executive Board members etc. including preparing information materials (e.g., press releases, programme summaries, country fact sheets and media kits), and necessary logistic arrangements. Apply country communication resources to highlight the achievements of the country programme. Maintain close collaboration with
  • Regional Communication Advisers and HQ Communication Officers for effective overall coordination.
  • Monitor and evaluate results and effectiveness of working with celebrities and share results and findings with regional and HQ communication colleagues.

Global Priorities and Campaigns:

  • In addition to local/national campaigns, ensure that the Country Office has an effective process in place for integrating and taking action on UNICEF’s global communications priorities and campaigns, both disseminating these elements in a locally-appropriate way, as well as providing/enabling coverage of the work in the country for global use.
  • Manages the work of the country communication team to include support for UNICEF’s global communications objectives and strategies through the development of complementary country-specific and local community materials and activities. Work plan should anticipate the inclusion of work on global priorities and campaigns.
  • Use established contacts, networks, resources and processes to support these global elements.
  • Use country office communication capacity to gather/facilitate the gathering of content and coverage of relevant country efforts. Use the opportunity to identify and draw attention to effective relevant programme activities and results.
  • Ensure regular communication and coordination with relevant communication focal points in regional offices and headquarters divisions.

Resource Mobilization Support:

  • Ensure that global and country level fund-raising activities are supported by effective advocacy and communication strategy and activities.
  • Develop, deploy and mobilize country office communication team capacity to support and gather/facilitate the gathering of content and coverage of relevant country efforts that support national and global resource mobilization efforts.
  • Use the opportunity to identify and draw attention to effective relevant programme activities and results.
  • Ensure regular communication and coordination with relevant communication focal points in regional offices and headquarters divisions.

Management:

  • Ensure that the human resources (the communication team) and financial resources (budget planning, management, and monitoring) for the communication section of the Country Office are both effectively managed and optimally used.
  • Develop a work plan for communication activities, monitor compliance and provide support and guidance to ensure objectives are met.
  • Plan and monitor the use of communication budgetary resources. Approve and monitor the overall allocation and disbursement of funds, make sure that funds are properly coordinated, monitored and liquidated. Take appropriate actions to optimize use of funds.
  • Identify, recruit and supervise communication staff, technical resources and consultants as necessary.
  • Ensure communication effectiveness, efficiency, and delivery as well as a rigorous and transparent approach to planning, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Participate in the Country Office’s broader planning and budgeting exercises.

Monitoring and Evaluation:

  • Ensure that communication baselines are established against which the objectives of the communication strategy are regularly evaluated; analysis is undertaken to continuously improve the effectiveness of communication strategy, approach, and activities; results and reports are prepared and shared on a timely basis.
  • Provide technical support to ensure that a set of communication performance indicators is identified and adjusted as necessary. These may have multiple uses in the Annual Management Plan, Annual Work Plan etc.
  • Conduct timely and accurate monitoring and evaluation activities to ensure the communications objectives are met and the strategy is effective.
  • Undertake lessons learned review of successful and unsuccessful communication experiences and share observations/findings with country, regional and HQ colleagues so best practices and insights can benefit UNICEF’s communication work.

Capacity Building and Support:

  • Ensure that the Representative and the country programme team are provided with professional expertise and advice on all aspects of communication as required; opportunities for development among the country communication team and other colleagues are identified and addressed; opportunities to build communication capacity among media and other relevant partners are identified and addressed.
  • Advise UNICEF management, colleagues and staff on media strategy and implications for action and policies proposed.
  • Support communication activities through knowledge management, information exchange and building the capacity of the country communications team. Enable appropriate advocacy and communication training, access to information, supplies and equipment, and developing training and orientation material.
  • Build the Country Office communication capacity to independently produce, transmit and distribute content in multiple media formats – print, photos, audio, video, web etc. – for local and global use, adhering to the quality standards and production guidelines set by DOC.
  • Assist the Programme Communication Officer in the development of communication tools and/or strategies.
  • Identify opportunities to strengthen the capacity of partners through appropriate advocacy and communication training, access to information, supplies, and equipment and through knowledge sharing.

Advisory Support and Communication for Strategic Results:

  • Implementation of UNICEF programme (regional) plans, ensuring communication on gender and equity issues are mainstreamed across all programmes.
  • Emergency preparedness and response plans address gender issues that may be expected to intensify during emergencies

Qualification of Successful Candidate

Education:

  • Advanced University Degree in Communication, Journalism, Public Relations or other related fields of disciplines.
  • First University Degree with additional two-years of relevant work experience in the field of Journalism, Communications, External Relations, Public
  • Affairs, Public Relations or Corporate Communication is acceptable in lieu of an Advanced University Degree.

Work Experience:

  • Ten years of progressively responsible and relevant professional work experience. International and national work experience in both developed and developing countries.
  • Professional experience in communication, print, broadcast, new media. Background/familiarity with Emergency situations.

Language Proficiency:

Fluency in English and another UN language. Knowledge of the local work language of the duty station is an asset.

For every Child, you demonstrate

  • Our core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.
  • This position is classified as “rotational” which means the incumbent is expected to rotate to another duty station upon completion of their tour of duty.
  • UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Candidate interested in the UNICEF Nigeria Recruitment should:

Click Here to Apply for this Position

Application closes on 3rd January 2018

Job Title: Senior HIV/AIDS Specialist, P-5
Location: Abuja, Nigeria

How You Can Make A Difference

  • The Chief reports to the Chief Health for general guidance and direction. The Chief is responsible for managing and leading all stages of HIV/AIDS programming to ensure that HIV programmes for both decades of childhood are well integrated within the UNICEF’s Country Programme as well as other UN and Key partner’s strategic planning documents.
  • The Chief leads and manages the Team and establishes plans of action to ensure the achievement of concrete and sustainable results according to plans, allocation, results based-management approaches and methodology (RBM) and UNICEF’s Strategic Plans, standards of performance and accountability framework

Managerial Leadership:

  • Establish the Section’s annual work plan with the HIV/AIDS team; set priorities/targets and performance measurement. Monitor work progress and ensure results are achieved according to schedule and performance standards.
  • Establish clear individual performance objectives, goals and timelines; and provide timely guidance to enable the team to perform their duties responsibly and efficiently. Plan and ensure timely performance management and assessment of the team.
  • Lead team members by providing them with clear objectives and goals, direction and guidance to enable them to perform their duties responsibly, effectively and efficiently.
  • Coordinate provision of technical assistance to national governments and local implementing partners

Programme Development and Planning:

  • Lead, support and supervise the planning and conduct/update of timely situation analysis to ensure that comprehensive, relevant and current data on HIV are collected to guide country office and national HIV programming, monitoring and delivery of programme/project services.
  • Keep abreast of national/regional/global development trends and priorities to determine strategies, approaches and priorities for HIV programming that addresses national needs to achieve UNICEF’s vision of an AIDS-free generation.
  • Lead, coordinate and supervise the development of integrated HIV programmes/projects (as a component of the CO and/or UNDAF programmes) and establish plans of action, programme goals and results, using results-based planning methodology and terminology (RBM) in support of national programmes.
  • Oversee the timely preparation/inclusion of the HIV programmes/projects and related documentation for inclusion in the Country Office Programme recommendation ensuring alignment with the overall UNICEF’s Strategic Plans, regional strategies and national priorities, plans and competencies.
  • Consult and collaborate with internal and external/national colleagues/partners to provide technical guidance and support to national programmes and management oversight to ensure synergy, integration, coherence, and harmonization of HIV programmes/projects/inputs across the sectors/programmes in the CO, donors’ development strategies/policies, country level national priorities/competencies and UN System development interventions/initiatives.

Programme management including implementation oversight, monitoring and quality control of results:

  • Coordinate, plan and/or collaborate with monitoring and evaluation initiatives to establish national benchmarks, performance indicators and other UNICEF/UN and national system indicators, to assess/strengthen performance accountability, coherence and delivery of concrete and sustainable results in HIV programmes.
  • Participate and provide technical leadership in major monitoring and evaluation exercises, programme reviews and annual sector reviews with government and other counterparts to assess progress and to determine required action/interventions to achieve results.
  • Assess monitoring and evaluation reports to identify gaps, strengths/weaknesses in programme and management, identify lessons learned and use knowledge gained for development planning and timely intervention to achieve goals.
  • Monitor programmes/projects to assess progress, identify bottlenecks and potential problems and take timely decisions to resolve issues and/or refer to relevant officials for timely resolution.
  • Plan, approve, monitor and control the use of programme resources (financial, human, administrative and other assets) certifying/verifying compliance with organizational rules, regulations and procedures, donor commitments and standards of accountability and integrity. Ensure timely reporting and liquidation of resources.
  • Submit programme/project reports to donors and other partners to keep them informed on programme progress and critical issues.

Advisory Services and Technical Support:

  • Provide technical leadership in the provision of advice and technical guidance to key government officials, NGO partners, UN system partners and other country office partners on programme direction, strategies, policies/guidelines, best practices and approaches on HIV and related issues to support programme development planning, management, implementation and delivery of results.
  • Participate in regional/national/inter-agency strategic discussions to influence policy and agenda setting to promote HIV intervention especially in the areas of gender inequality, social exclusion, human rights and humanitarian situations to ensure that at risks and vulnerable population are fully covered in programming in times of greatest needs.

Advocacy, Networking and Partnership Building:

  • Build and strengthen strategic partnerships with relevant sector government counterparts, national stakeholders, and global partners/allies/donors/academia through active networking and promotion of UNICEF mission, goals and programmes to leverage resources/action and engage participation of communities in programme design, delivery and demand creation.
  • Develop communication strategies/activities and implementation plans for maximum impact and outreach to promote awareness, establish partnership/alliances and enhance resource mobilization for UNICEF HIV programmes/projects.
  • Participate and/or represent UNICEF in inter-agency (UNCT) discussions and planning on HIV issues to articulate organizational position, interests and priorities and to ensure these are fully considered and integrated in the UNDAF process in development planning and agenda setting. Collaborate with inter-agency partners/colleagues UNDAF planning and preparation of HIV programmes/projects.

Innovation, Knowledge Management, and Capacity Building:

  • Promote critical thinking and introduce technological and programme innovations and approaches to accelerate results and increase coverage, access, and quality of high impact HIV treatment and preventative interventions.
  • Keep abreast, research, benchmark and implement best and cutting-edge practices in HIV/AIDS management methodologies and information systems. Institutionalize and disseminate best practices and knowledge learned.
  • Lead/plan/implement capacity building initiatives to enhance the competencies of clients/stakeholders to promote sustainable results in HIV programmes/projects.

Qualifications

  • Education: An Advanced University Degree in Public Health, Pediatric Health, Family Health, Health Research, Global/International Health, Health Policy and/or management, Environmental Health Sciences, Biostatistics, Socio-medical, Health Education, Epidemiology or other health-related sciences is required.
  • Work Experience: A minimum of 10 years of professional experience in public HIV/AIDS planning and management and/or in relevant areas of health care, health emergency/humanitarian preparedness, at the international level some of which preferably in a developing country is required. Relevant experience in HIV/AIDS programme/project development and management in any UN system agency or organization is an asset.
    Language Proficiency: Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language or a local language is an asset

For every Child, you demonstrate:

  • Our core values of Commitment, Diversity and Integrity and core competencies in Communication, Working with People and Drive for Results.
  • This position is classified as “rotational” which means the incumbent is expected to rotate to another duty station upon completion of their tour of duty.
  • UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Candidates interested in the UNICEF Nigeria Recruitment should:
Click Here to Apply for this Position

Application closes on the 4th January 2018

Note

  • The successful candidate for this emergency recruitment MUST be available to commence work within 31 days of receiving an offer.
  • Employment is conditional upon receipt of medical clearance, any clearance required, the grant of a visa, and completion of any other pre-employment criteria that UNICEF may establish. Candidates may not be further considered or offers of employment may be withdrawn if these conditions are unlikely to be met before the date for commencement of service

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Thousands of freelancers today are making six-figure incomes from Fiverr. This is something anyone with one, two or more digital skills can achieve. So, if you are here in Nigeria and you are looking for a way to make money online remotely, then consider signing up on Fiverr. Fiverr is one of the hottest freelancing websites today.

Fiverr was launched in 2010. Since then, it has become of the most popular freelance marketplaces. Within a short while, it made its name and established its credibility. Today, many freelancers, including beginners, have used it to establish themselves and make money.

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Do I think you can make money on Fiverr in this day and age? Yes, even though you might come across some difficulties depending on your niche and area of expertise.

If you can apply some techniques we will discuss below, we’re sure that you will see impressive results.

Fiverr – An Overview

Fiverr is a platform for buyers and sellers to come together and exchange services for $5 per project. It connects service providers and their prospective clients from all over the world. Even though the starting price looks small, accumulating it over many projects can accrue to hundreds of thousands of naira if the right steps are taken.

Whatever your skills are, there’s a place for you on Fiverr, as there are many others looking for your services. You can provide writing, editing, digital marketing, copywriting, networking, advertisement, funny videos, SEO writing, graphic design, translation and subscription services on Fiverr, amongst others.

Services on Fiverr are known as gigs.

How Does Fiverr work?

Fiverr is like other online or remote services’ marketplace. Fiverr requires registration from its users, and services provided are charged from $5 above.

Service providers are known as Sellers, while clients are known as Buyers. Buyers search for products or services, pick the one they’re most interested in, place an order and proceed to pay.

Every purchase below $20 is accompanied by a $2 processing fee and 5% processing fee on purchases above $20. Sellers can keep 80% of the fee paid for any gig they’re able to successfully complete and deliver.

3 Steps To Make Money On Fiverr In Nigeria

  1. Create Your Fiverr Account and Profile

The first step to making money on Fiverr is by signing up and creating an account. Without this account, people cannot buy or sell on Fiverr. Activate your account through a link sent to your email and create a seller’s profile. On your profile you will be able to tell potential customers what you sell and how much you sell it. As much as possible, sell yourself in perfectly tailored words. Your profile is your public CV try your best to make it as good-looking as possible.

  1. Create Your Gig on Fiverr

On Fiverr, you can provide services and pitch yourself or products in prices of your choice. Since the starting price is open to the seller, they can set their prices to whatever they want, or use Gig Packages. With this, they can offer various services for various prices.

  1. Get Clients and Start Getting Paid

When your account is ready, you can begin bidding for a buyer to place his order(s). To increase your chances of getting a client, add irresistible description, videos and images of high quality to your gigs and profile. This will help to attract a lot of potential customers to you. After getting your first customer, try to make them as happy as possible and ask for a positive feedback or review. Subsequent buyers will see the review as an attestation to your efficiency.

4 Tips to Make More Money Online On Fiverr

You might be wondering why some gigs have many clients waiting, while another identical gig goes months without getting a single order. The answer is simple: the ones with so many clients are more visible than the others. If you apply the following tips, your Fiverr business account will stand out amongst its competitors.

  1. Give Your Profile, Gig Title and Descriptions A Unique Touch

One of the most effective ways to get noticed on Fiverr is by writing SEO friendly titles and descriptions for your gigs. You can steal an idea or two from high performing accounts.

Do the same for your product description. Use keywords that are very common in successful sellers’ gigs to increase your chances of getting noticed.

  1. Grow Good Customer Reviews

Positive feedbacks are good for business on Fiverr. When prospective clients see good reviews about your business, they are most likely to pay their hard cash for your services. Most clients you have worked with are likely to leave a review of your services, so use this opportunity to get as many feedbacks as possible.

Serve your clients to their satisfaction, so that they give you a five-star rating. Avoid buying fake reviews. Follow up your customers and make sure your service was the best they’ve received yet. Accept any positive criticisms and learn from them.

  1. Ensure You Delivery Your Orders on Time

Fast delivery is gold. Fiverr loves it. If you provide services as quickly as is reasonably possible, Fiverr’s internal ranking system will put you in the preferred list. Fiverr’s ranking algorithm uses delivery time to judge your quality of service and performance.

You can set delivery time depending on the kind of service you offer, and how much it will require for you to finish a perfect job. Set your delivery time to a limit that allows you some free time for any unplanned events, like sickness and/or other issues.

You can ask for extra charges for express deliveries.

  1. Treat Your Clients with Courtesy – Be Nice and Polite

Your customer relations should be top-notch. Communicate as clearly and as politely as possible. Be quick to respond, and appealing when you do. Remember that the client is the reason you’re there in the first place. They help you make more sales and get more positive reviews on Fiverr. They’re your chance to making it big on the platform. Do your best to please them.

When you’re in a rush, unavailable, or even pissed off by the client, use respectful words that will make them feel valued and important. Of course, there will be times when you feel like calling out these clients for what they’ve done, but try as much as possible to avoid such confrontations.

Conclusion

The rule of thumb in selling Fiverr gigs is perfect service delivery. Every client goes out there looking for that.

Every. Single. Time.

Your inability to deliver to their satisfaction will chase them away to other sellers, of course.

Strive to be the bestseller there is in your niche, and avoid falling into the pool of ordinary sellers that hardly get any gigs. BE GOOD AT WHAT YOU DO. Be better, or even the best they can easily access.

Remember that Fiverr may not offer you your life’s goal. Create more channels that sell you to prospective buyers. Create a website, blog, a WhatsApp TV, or even a podcast, depending on your niche.

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The long-awaited FG Survival fund registration Portal is now open and you can now apply for free. The online application for Micro and Small Enterprises (MSMEs) for the shock of COVID- 19 pandemic kicked off on the 21st of September 2020.

The Survival fund online registration form is free, here in this article, we will walk you through the online registration guidelines needed to apply.

if you want to apply for FG Survival fund registration form online, then you need to kindly take your time and go through the complete information we have on this page.

Kindly note that this grant is available to all qualified Nigerians. If you have interest in filling the form, then you need to go through online registration requirements.

Register on the Portal: www.survivalfundapplication.com

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What is Survival Fund?

Survival fund NG is an intervention fund from the Federal government of Nigeria to support Micro and Small Enterprises (MSMEs) growth.

The grant will help for vulnerable MSMEs to keep up with their payroll promises and to also create new jobs.

Requirements for Survival Fund Registration

Applicants need to take note of the requirements for this federal government grant. Check out all the things you need to have before proceeding with your online registration.

  1. Your business must be Nigerian-owned
  2. The business must be registered with CAC (Cooperate Affairs Commission)
  3. Applicant must have a verified bank identification number (BVN)
  4. Interested applicants must have at least 10 active staffs on his payroll, and 3 GOs

Note: Kindly note that Survival Fund Registration is open to self-employed Nigerians, interested candidates must be in the following business;

  • Bus drivers
  • Taxi Drivers
  • Ride and share drivers (Bolt, Uber etc)
  • Mechanics
  • Artesian
  • Electricians
  • Plumbers

How to Apply for Survival Fund Registration 2020 And Win

If you want to start your survival fund online registration, kindly visit the MSMEs Portal right away at www.survivalfund.ng or https://www.survivalfundapplication.com/, you can also start the registration right away by visiting https://www.survivalfundapplication.com/auth/register

Make sure you complete the online application form before the deadline.

Do note that the 2020 registration for FG MSME CRM & MIS Platform business survival fund is totally free. Do not listen to anyone that request you to pay to get the  money.

All the best!

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