CSOS DEMAND ACCOUNTABILITY AND ALTERNATE BENEFIT-SHARING SCHEME FROM NDDC

"We view NDDC’s alleged financial recklessness as a declaration of war against the vast poor and vulnerable populations, especially women living in hard-toreach localities and riverine settlements, already living in necessitous conditions", Emem Okon, director of KEBETKACHE WOMEN said.

→ Read the press statement here.

Research on 13% Derivation Fund

The public presentation of the research report was held on the 5th of July, 2020 in Kebetkache HQ and it looks into the distribution of the 13% derivation funds and its impact, if any, on the communities of the Niger Delta. This project activity is supported by Ford Foundation.

→ Click here for an e-copy of the report for Rivers State.
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Community Concerns on Ogoni Clean-Up

Click below to read the press statement released by Kebetkache Women Development and Resource Centre during a media briefing on Community Concerns in the Clean-Up of Ogoniland.

→>>Read here.

COVID-19 IN THE RESOURCE EXTRACTION ZONES

In this policy brief, SPACES FOR CHANGE and KEBETKACHE WOMEN weigh the costs, gains and pains of the COVID-19 lockdown measures in Nigeria’s oil extraction zones."

→>> Click here to read the complete brief.

Niger Delta Women's Day of Action for Environmental Justice 2019

On the 17th of December, 2019 Kebetkache mobilized over 3000 women including young girls to Uyo in Akwa Ibom State to amplify critical voices of women for environmental and climate justice.

→ Here is the report.

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