NCTO through the Household Uplifting Programme provides support for poor and vulnerable citizens through targeted cash transfers, capacity building, and coaching and mentoring and livelihood support.
The Household Uplifting Programme (HUP) otherwise known as the Conditional Cash Transfer aims at responding to deficiencies in capacity and lack of investment in human capital of poor and vulnerable households.
The livelihood supports graduation of beneficiaries out of poverty, thereby making them financially independent. It is aimed at complementing the cash transfer to help targeted households to build a mind-set of enterprise development in order to reduce abject poverty …
Capacity is built at all tiers to enhance empowerment of beneficiaries’ household to be self-reliant. Beneficiaries are trained on Life Skills (LS) and Savings and Group Mobilization (SGM) and Micro Business Plan Development (MBPD) to strengthen their capacity to be self-supporting …
Making an Impact Across the Country
With State Cash Transfer Units (SCTUs) and Local Government Desk Offices (LGDOs) across the implementing states, NCTO is positioned to serve the poor and vulnerable better.
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With consistent activities such as enrollment, trainings and cash payouts, NCTO has reached thousands of households across different states in Nigeria.
States in Nigeria
* Source: NCTO Database, January, 2018.
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