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Presidency plans database for social safety nets | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

FG yesterday began the process of building a NSR to generate a comprehensive and reliable database of poor and vulnerable households across the federation.

11.9.2019

The Federal Government yesterday began the process of building a National Social Register to generate a comprehensive and reliable database of poor and vulnerable households across the federation. Nigeria Database Security

FG yesterday began the process of building a NSR to generate a comprehensive and reliable database of poor and vulnerable households across the federation.

The Federal Government yesterday began the process of building a National Social Register (NSR) to generate a comprehensive and reliable database of poor and vulnerable households across the federation.She spoke while delivering the keynote address at the 14th Anti-corruption Situation Room Forum organised by the Human Environment Development Agenda (HEDA) in Maiduguri, Borno State.



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