Voice To The People

Making Governance Work for Poor and Marginalised People

Voice to the People (V2P) is a good governance programme supporting communities in Kaduna state and the Southeast region of Nigeria to take ownership of their own development by raising their voices to demand the rights and services to which they are entitled, driving accountability among their leaders and taking part in the decision-making processes that affect their lives. Funded by UK aid, V2P began in Anambra state in 2013 and worked directly with more than 85,000 people while indirectly reaching 2.5 million. Its remarkable achievements in supporting communities to tackle the high levels of poverty through the demand for improved social services for poor and excluded groups led to is extension into the rest of the Southeast region and Kaduna state in 2016.

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Our work in Anambra State

Watch this short video describing how V2P successfully facilitated community driven development in Anambra
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Where we work

We are currently working in all 21 LGAs of Anambra state, expanding from the initial phase of the project in which we worked in 12 LGAs in the state. Using a hub approach, we are also working in the rest of the South-eastern states, with a hub based in Enugu to spread more widely and replicate the successes of the project. The V2P model is also being replicated in Kaduna state, taking into considerations the key changes in the context of operation.  

Our states of implementation are Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, Imo, Kaduna.

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Before V2P
Perception of government performance in capacity, accountability and responsiveness in Anambra State.
35%
Perception of citizens' satisfaction with basic services in V2P communities
23%
Perception of community engaement with government for improved service delivery
12%
THREE YEARS AFTER
Perception of government performance in capacity, accountability and responsiveness in Anambra State
79%
Perception of citizens' satisfaction with basic services in V2P communities
73%
Perception of community engaement with government for improved service delivery
85%
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