Rivers State Employment and Expenditure for Results (SEEFOR) Project

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The State Employment and Expenditure for Results project (SEEFOR) Project is a World Bank assisted project being implemented in Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta and Edo states.

The objective of the SEEFOR Project is to enhance opportunities for employment and access to socio-economic services while improving the public expenditure management systems in the participating states. The beneficiaries of the Project are the four state governments with selected ministries, departments and agencies and communities.

The project was design to collate name of unemployed youth within the ages of 18 to 30 years for engagement on road rehabilitation in selected location of Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State to enhance their livelihood.

CIEPD as an NGO was selected through a bidding process by The State Employment and Expenditure for Results Project (Rivers State Office) and awarded the consultancy service for LOT 2 for registration of potential beneficiaries in Omoku and Oboburu of Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area.

CIEPD conducted the registration exercise in Omoku and Oboburu in Ogbaland from the 23rd to 27th October 2018 .In Oboburu community, we have 85 male and 38 female with a total of 123 persons registered while in Omoku 633 male and 768 female with a total of 1,403 persons registered given a total of 1526 able youth registered as potential beneficiaries from the areas to be engaged for the road rehabilitation work. Those selected and engage will earn N18,000 per month out of which 15% that is N2700 will be save for the beneficiaries by the Rivers State SEEFOR office on completion of the project within the 12 months of engagement all the saving will be paid to the beneficiary to enable him/her start something meaningful. Meanwhile those engaged are already working on the on–going road rehabilitation work in the areas through the World Bank assisted project.