HRH Igwe Felix U. Ogbuka making the opening Prayer during Inauguration of Community Based Monitoring Groups (CBMGs) in his Community, Ikem-Etit in Enugu State, Nigeria.
HRH Igwe Felix U. Ogbuka handing over the list of CBMGs for Ikem-Etiti Community in Enugu State, Nigeria.
Ikem-Etiti Community Based Monitoring Groups (CBMGs) standing out for presentation by HRH Igwe Fleix U. Ogbuka to members of his Cabinet and ACERDEN Staff during Inauguration at Ikem-Etiti in Enugu State, Nigeria.
Members of Igwe’s Cabinet present during the Inauguration of CBMGs at Ikem-Etiti Community in Enugu State, Nigeria.
A group picture of Participants during Inauguration of Community Based Monitoring Group (CBMGs) in Ikem-Etiti Community of Enugu State, Nigeria.
About the African Centre for Rural Development & Environment (ACERDEN)
The African continent is facing a series of technological, human, social, economic and environmental challenges, which if not resolved, will disrupt the basic life support systems, contribute to the degeneration of institutional structures and perpetuate underdevelopment.
Nigeria, like other developing countries, is faced with the problem of food insecurity, widespread poverty, illiteracy, human misery and environmental degradation among the urban and rural dwellers. Access to education, health and safe drinking water are grossly inadequate in the urban cities and are almost non-existent in many rural areas of Nigeria.