Sadiya Umar Farouq (SUF): Top Five Achievements (NSIP) in 2020
Sadiya Umar Farouq (SUF): Top Five Achievements (NSIP) in 2020: Born 5th November 1974, in Zurmi Local Government Area of Zamfara state, North West Nigeria
Attended Federal Government Girls’ College Gusau, in Zamfara State
She has a BSC certificate in Business administration from the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University, Zari, Kaduna state in 1998
She backed a master’s degree in international Affairs and Diplomacy in 2008 and a master’s in business administration (MBA) in 2011 in same school.
A vibrant and active Minister, Sadiya has successfully implemented programmes and strategies in all fields she mounted, she is the youngest minister of the Buhari led government.
Appointed as a minister in 2019 to head the newly formed Ministry of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development, she has implemented reforms to streamline the various programmes in her ministries
The Transitioning plan come into fruition following her intervention and sound leadership qualities, she successfully involved government and the organized private sectors regarding Transitioning of volunteers
“The Minister made are a remarkable statement through her Senior Assistance on Media said, all exited beneficiaries are advised to exercise more patience and await the result of the efforts being made by the Honorable Minister who is currently engaging various MDAs including the CBN and the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to ensure that the eligible exited beneficiaries are transited to government progammes or even employment where available
More Patience are to be exercised to successfully deliver Volunteers into MDAs, Sadiya Umar Farouq blamed improper arrangement at the commencement of the programme to place exited volunteers after two years by the Ministry”
In a statement through the Special Adviser Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development over transition, Mrs Nneka Nkem, stated CBN intervention programmes that will keep volunteers at work into meaningful ventures
“A Portal that will enable Exited N-Power Beneficiaries to apply for Central Bank of Nigeria Empowerment Options has been launched by the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development”
“The platform which was developed in collaboration with the CBN will enable Exited N-Power Beneficiaries to log on and apply for the various Economic, Empowerment and Entrepreneurship options provided by the CBN”
“The NEXIT portal is to determine the suitability of the beneficiaries for the CBN affiliated programs and is dependent on meeting the criteria and conditions set by the CBN for the said programs”
“The Minister also emphasized that the NEXIT PORTAL will determine the suitability of the beneficiaries for the CBN affiliated programs”
You must be An Npower Exited Volunteer
You must enrolled in your NPVN statue
Volunteers’ “onhold or Abscond” can not register
How to Apply for NEXIT Programmes:
Login to Nexit Portal www.nexit.fmhds.cbn.gov.ng
Create an Account by Signing in with User Name
User Name can be Email or phone Number
Enter your Email and Password
Click on NEXIT Portal
Fill in your correct details
Click on Submit.
Streamlining Npower Programme
She succeeded in Streamlining the Npower Programme for better efficiency and Effectiveness, her policies encompass.
Enrolling more women on the program to empower them, in order that they will earn an income and be more self-sufficient while privileging N-Teach, N-Health and N-Agro as areas of key priority
Repositioned the N-SIP to Integrated National Social Investment Programme (I-NSIP) to cater for vulnerable groups in society by providing them access to shock responsive interventions, life skills & mentorship to systematically lift people out of poverty
Reforms and Appraisal of Npower
Sadiya undertaken a review and re-appraisal of the programme to strengthen the program design and streamline for efficiency.
“Part of the reforms and streamlining will see a discount in tenure from the present 24 months to 12 months to pave way for another 400,000 persons”