The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development under the Federal Government of Nigeria, has integrated four main scheme of the National Social Investment Program (N-SIP) into the NASIMS portal, see more below.
This is to inform all Nigerian youths, MSMEs and other Enterprises operating in Nigeria that the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) portal has been branded to carry out all applications concerning the National Social Investment Program in the country.
In the article, am going to list out all the four (4) main schemes that has been integrated into the NASIMS portal, how to apply for any of your choice, the procedures, requirements and guidelines needed to apply successfully, please read carefully.
About the National Social Investment Program (N-SIP)
The National Social Investment Program (N-SIP) of Nigeria is a social welfare initiative created by the Federal government of Nigeria in 2015 under the direction of the National Social Investment Office. The Program was created to ensure a more equitable distribution of resources to vulnerable populations, including children, youth, and women. Under President Muhammadu Buhari the office has created four programs to address poverty and help increase economic development.
List of Four main N-SIP Schemes under NASIMS
The following listed below are the four main N-SIP schemes under the NASIMS portal, which is initiated by the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.
These programmes are specifically designed to empower, train and uplift millions of abandoned Nigerians in every part of the country, they are:
The N-Power Scheme is a job creation and skills empowerment programme of the Federal Government of Nigeria. The N-Power Program is built to address the issue of youth unemployment and help increase social development. The Program is designed to target Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 35 “to acquire and develop life-long skills for becoming change makers in their communities.”
It aims to help young Nigerians acquire and develop life-long skills to become practical solution providers in their communities, enabling them to become innovative players in the domestic and global markets. To apply click HERE
Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT)
The Conditional cash transfer Programme directly supports the most vulnerable by providing no-strings-attached cash to those in the lowest income group, helping reduce poverty, improve nutrition and self-sustainability, and supporting development through increased consumption.
It provides targeted cash transfers to the most vulnerable households with the long-term goal of lifting millions out of poverty. To apply for CCT, click HERE
Government Enterprise and Empowerment Program (GEEP)
The Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme is a micro-lending investment programme that provides businesses for the bottom of the financial pyramid. The beneficiaries include traders, women cooperatives, market women, enterprising youth, farmers, and agricultural workers at no interest rate. To apply for GEEP, click HERE
National Home Grown School Feeding Program (NHGSFP)
The National Home Grown School Feeding Programme aims to deliver a cost-effective home grown school feeding programme with a specific focus on increasing school enrollment, reducing the incidence of malnutrition especially among the poor; empowering cooks while supporting local agriculture through small holder farmers, thereby stimulating economic growth through the socio economic value chain. The primary focus of the Programme is to provide free school meals with food procured from local smallholder farmers by strengthening communities across the country. To apply for NHGSFP, click HERE
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