Latest MACN News – Nigeria
MACN’s Local Partner
CBi was established in 1997 with the mission of promoting ethical business practices, transparency, and fair competition in the private and public sectors. Over the years the Convention has continued to gain support and followers in West Africa and is recognized globally as a very innovative and positive contributor from Africa to global best practices relating to the promotion of good governance– at the governmental level and vis-à-vis the private sector.
As MACN’s local partner, CBi assumes a pivotal role in implementing project activities, conducting training programs, liaising with government officials, and actively participating in the project steering committee appointed to drive the port integrity project forward. One important element of MACN’s project in Nigeria is the training of public officials, delivered by CBi. CBi also acts as a liaison with senior government officials and can escalate issues through the HelpDesk and ensure challenges are appropriately addressed.
Nigeria Helpdesk (Est. 2019)
Members have used the service
Port calls registered (122 escalated as incidents)
Cases successfully resolved (2 incidents remain open)
Updated June 2023