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Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) account for more than 90% of all registered businesses in Nigeria. They provide about 84% of jobs and contribute just under 50% of GDP to the economy.¹ However, these businesses face multiple challenges that hinder their ability to contribute optimally to inclusive growth, including poor infrastructure, a challenging regulatory environment and corruption.
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This survey highlights the positive impact of US companies in Nigeria – creating prosperity and adding value to the Nigerian economy.  The American Business Council (“ABC”) in Nigeria, in collaboration with Accenture, KPMG, United States Embassy, and PwC, administered this survey. The data and assumptions for this report are based on the responses from about 74 US companies operating in Nigeria who filled the survey.
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This survey highlights the positive impact of US companies in Nigeria – creating prosperity and adding value to the Nigerian economy.  The American Business Council (“ABC”) in Nigeria, in collaboration with Accenture, KPMG, United States Embassy, and PwC, administered this survey. The data and assumptions for this report are based on the responses from about 74 US companies operating in Nigeria who filled the survey.
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Saving lives and improving the health of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health.
The CaTSS OVC Service Support program worked with community leaders and caregivers to reen roll children in school who have been orphaned or affected by HIV and AIDS.

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To commemorate 2017 World AIDS Day in Nigeria, MSH supported an advocacy march by the Society for Women and Children Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (SOWCHAN) on December 1. SOWCHAN members walked to the Nigeria National Assembly to create awareness about the challenges women and children living with HIV/AIDS face across the country.

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Enforce mandatory transmission of shipping line manifest to NPA and NCS minimum 7 days before arrival of vessel to Nigeria. Improved risk assessment and optimised placement of containers for NCS Examinations.

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In 2017, the Nigerian economy recovered from its recessionary trend as Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth bounced back into the positive territory from -0.9% in the first quarter to 0.72% and 1.4% in the second and third quarters, respectively.  

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