Africare/Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
They are the implementers of Community-Based Support (CUBS) for OVC Project in 11 states in Nigeria. This is a five year project that started in April 2010. The project is designed to address the needs of OVC with respect to education and vocational training, economic strengthening (through IGA), reproductive health (RH), psychosocial support, and legal protection with specific emphasise on gender, quality, and program sustainability issues. CFIC partners with Africare/MSH on a two years operations research (OR) geared to fine-tune strategies for implementing services to the OVC in the targeted states.
The Mitchell Group, Inc (Washington, DC)
They manage the Nigeria Monitoring and Evaluation Management Services II (NMEMS II) to provide support for USAID/Nigeria and Implementing Partners (IPs) on monitoring and evaluation. Key NMEMS II goals among others are: promote dialogue and organizational learning through information sharing, and uses; facilitate systematic thinking between the USAID mission in Nigeria and the IPs, support program planning at all levels, and contribute to the achievement of USAID desired results through effective performance management. MMC is parnering with NMEMS II in the areas of data quality control (DQA), special population studies, and impact evaluation. Other partners that MMC is connected with through the relationship with The Mitchell Group are; Social Scientific Systems, USA; Social Impact, USA; Hennice, Inc. USA; Agrotech Integrated Services Limited, Nigeria, The development Research and Project Center, Nigeria; and Management Strategies for Africa, Nigeria. www.nigeriamems.com
PAN-African Development Agency (London, UK)
Are a non-governmental organization whose main objective is to enable first generation migrants to the United Kingdom integrate effectively into the society by helping them locate appropriate accommodation, capacity building and computer skills development to secure gainful employment, and by providing hands-on quick-tips on how to survive in a culturally different environment from their place of origin. PAN-African Development Agency is expanding to other areas of human development including public lectures, seminars and workshops. CFIC is partnering with this agency in the area of seminars and workshops for government policy makers on good governance and democracy, and resettling Nigerians in the Diaspora in their native home country.
Random House Ltd. (Accra, Ghana)
They are a marketing research company established in 2005. Its core areas are in planning, implementation, and processing of data on qualitative and quantitative studies using a broad spectrum of methods and techniques to meet specific needs of clients. Random house staff have vast experience in product testing and positioning, panel surveys, consumer surveys, audience surveys, tracking studies, focus Group discussions, ethnography and participatory rapid appraisal to name a few. Random House is collaborating with CFIC Nigeria in the area of research especially in fieldwork implementation and management of which it has a considerable presence in Ghana, Togo, Nigeria, Niger, and Benin.