About Us

We operate in full-stack project teams, with full-time staff, interns and volunteers working closely together on several projects in the Niger-Delta region. We’re proud of what we’ve done together and we think you’ll be happy too!

WHO WE ARE

Who We Are

CIEPD currently has about 10 employees organized into four operational departments under one Executive Director. The departments are Programs that manage donor funded-programs, Administration and Finance that provides administrative and financial support for the organization, and Service that provides direct services to the public. The direct services include Conflict Management/Gender based Violence, Governance, Capacity building (Training) and Economy (Entrepreneurship).


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What We Do At CIEPD

Community Initiative for Enhanced Peace and Development is a non- profit, private organization with the aim of promoting community development by ensuring/ enhancing peaceful co-existence and cooperation. We believe in “Restoring the dignity and worth of human person”! CIEPD stems from the passion to foster development in the rural communities by creating an enable environment for peace building activities – conflict management and resolution through participatory community approach. CIEPD has forged partnerships with civil society organizations and other stakeholders working to ensure peace co-existence and sustainable development of communities in the Niger Delta.


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CIEPD Team Members

EGONDU ESINWOKE-OGBALOR
EGONDU ESINWOKE-OGBALOR
CEO/Board Member
DR. JOSHUA GOGO
DR. JOSHUA GOGO
Board Chairman
ENYIE AMBAKEDEREMO
ENYIE AMBAKEDEREMO
Board member
MR. INNOCENT BAGBI
MR. INNOCENT BAGBI
Finance/Admin Manager
MR. EDWARD EDEKE
MR. EDWARD EDEKE
Program Officer
MR. NIYI LAWAL
MR. NIYI LAWAL
Program Manager
ARIKPO ARIKPO
MR. ARIKPO ARIKPO
Program Adviser
MR. CHIDI ONYIKE
MR. CHIDI ONYIKE
Office Assistant
KINGSLEY OSUAGWU
MR. KINGSLEY OSUAGWU
Logistics Officer
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Dr. Sofiri Peterside earned PHD in Sociology with specialization in Sociology of Development for University of Port Harcourt currently teaches Sociology at the University of Port-Harcourt, Associate Research Fellow and Acting Executive Director of the Centre for Advanced Social Science (CASS), Port-Harcourt. He was first Luce foundation fellow (Fall 2005) on Green Governance and Green Peace at University of California, Berkeley and seems fantastically enthused in research, especially when it involves breaking new grounds. He has published on Ethnic Militia, Militancy and Resource Management in the Niger Delta as well as on Democracy and Good Governance