Improving Equitable Access to Skills and Employment Through Apprenticeship and Informal Education

Sociocapital supported the Skills for Prosperity (S4P) Nigeria Project to conduct a detailed country landscape and stakeholder satisfaction survey to: identify and address factors that shape the business environment for technical and vocational education and training (TVET); understand stakeholder’s satisfaction with TVET programmes, apprenticeships, and traineeships; and uncover specific areas related to safeguarding, gender equality and social inclusion capacity.

Towards a More Collaborative, Country-Led, and Global Nutrition Response

Sociocapital supported the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and the World Food Program to equip and support Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSMEs), the private sector, as well as humanitarian and development actors within the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Business Network to collaboratively adopt safe and healthy nutrition business practices through the development of global convergence toolkit, technical assistance strategy and revised governance framework.

Advancing the Nigerian Creative Economy through impact Entrepreneurship, Education and Investment

Sociocapital led the development of the National Creative Hub Strategy towards advancing the Nigerian creative economy through impact entrepreneurship, education, and investment. The strategy is positioned to unlock impact capital to foster the growth of the creative economy and the establishment of incubator hubs for the creative industry in Nigeria.

Expanding New Contraceptive Technologies Access Through Behaviour-Based Insights and Market-Driven Strategies

In expanding the country’s equitable contraceptive technology access, Sociocapital supported the development of the national Hormonal Intrauterine System (H-IUS) product introduction strategy that addresses specific country requirements from selection to scale-up in a manner that is wholly government-led. The strategy development process was built on market insights based on a realistic contraceptive investment case which incorporated behavioural economics principles, social behaviour changes (SBC) theories and design thinking methodologies.

Strengthening Surveillance Systems for Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and Antimicrobial Use (AMU) Across the Human, Animal, and Environmental Health Sectors

Sociocapital supported Development Alternatives, International (DAI) – the Fleming Funding local partner in Nigeria to develop a comprehensive Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and Antimicrobial Use (AMU) communication strategy that would drive behaviour change amongst stakeholders in the aquaculture value chain.