Infrastructure Policy Commission

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About This Policy Commission


The Infrastructure Policy Commission (IPC) is one of the eleven Policy Commissions of the NESG, structured to follow through infrastructure specific issues and recommendations of the annual Nigerian Economic Summit, with a view to ensuring the formulation, adoption and implementation of recommended policies by relevant government policy implementing agencies or stakeholders. It is presently focused on and works through six thematic groups that are led by subject and sector experts in Roads, Rail, Aviation, Ports & Inland Waterways, Water and Sanitation as well as Housing & Urban Development.

Thematic Groups

Roads Thematic Group

Objective:

AS INDICATED ABOVE, RELATIVE TO EACH SECTOR UNDER REFERENCE

Rail Thematic Group
Urban & Housing Development Thematic Group
Water & Sanitation Thematic Group
Ports and Inland Waterways Thematic Group
Aviation Thematic Group

Events

Sailing to Success: Harnessing Nigeria’s Maritime Potential

Sailing to Success: Harnessing Nigeria’s Maritime Potential ...

5 months ago

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Milestones & Current Intiatives

  • The NESG, in collaboration with the UN Global Compact Network Nigeria (UNGCNN), launched the Nigerian CEO Water Mandate on 6th October 2020. The CEO Water Mandate is a UN Global Compact initiative to assist companies in developing, implementing and disclosing water sustainability policies and practices. At the launch, the Honourable Minister of Water Resources, Engineer Suleiman Hussein Adamu and the Chairman of the NESG, Dr Asue Ighodalo, made commitments to support the CEO Water Mandate towards sustainable water resources management in Nigeria.
  • On 31st August 2022, the CEO Water Mandate Business Council established to drive collaboration and synergy towards the achievement of sustainable water resources management was inaugurated with a signoff of the CEO Water Mandate Nigeria Business Council strategic plan 2022 – 2024 towards facilitating the attainment of sustainable water resources management and stewardship using a risk-based approach.
  • The Water and Sanitation Thematic group met with the Permanent Secretary and Honourable Minister of the Ministry of Water Resources to discuss and ensure that the CEO Water Mandate project is operationalised.

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