Here is a career guide of top NGO jobs in Nigeria and how to apply. See available vacancies and application tips.
NGO Jobs in Nigeria – Career Guide
Here, we shall be elaborating on Non-Profit Companies, Non-Governmental Organisations, and International Agencies as applicable
Every year, new NGO spring up with/without the backing of great corporations and governments as they implement change around their niche.
Non-governmental organizations have their duties cut across borders and have led to the development of various growth and development across Nigeria.
Below are the top NGO’s in Nigeria and how to apply for their job vacancies
United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)
World Food Programme (WFP) is an arm of the United Nations that is currently out to end world hunger.
WFP ensures areas plagued by war or food shortage get adequate supply with presence in over 83 countries.
Official Website: www.wfp.org
The Economic Community of West African States which goes by the initiated ECOWAS as a regionally political and economic union is made up of 15 of the West African countries.
The initial purpose of the creation of ECOWAS was to boost trading relations and free movement of goods and services.
Official Website: www.ecowas.int
Norweigan Refugee Council (NRC)
The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) performs diverse humanitarian functions on a global scale.
NRC as an NGO caters to specific individuals displaced due to war or conflict.
Official Website: www.nrc.no
International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is an Ibadan, Nigeria based NGO that has grown to other nations of the world.
IITA is made possible via the Ford and Rockefeller foundations as they provide research centers across Africa.
Official Website: www.iita.org
International Rescue Committee (IRC)
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) caters for humanitarian needs, conflict plagued locale amongst other charitable works.
IRC was founded to provide emergency aid and assistance to refugees and internally displaced persons (IDP) due to natural disasters or conflicts.
Official Website: www.rescue.org
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) was formed in 1946 with the mission of protecting the welfare of children worldwide.
UNICEF comes to the aids of children and women in Africa and other territories facing crises and abuse.
Official Website: www.unicef.org
How to Apply for NGO Jobs in Nigeria?
- Visit any of the above listed jobs
- Click on the Trending Jobs bar
- See the available careers and vacancy per NGO
- See requirements as applicable
- Submit your application or CV