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 The Hydroelectric Power Producing Areas Development Commission HYPPADEC has proposed an overall resource requirement of N359 billion to finance its five year Medium Term Strategic Plan Mr Sam Juwe HYPPADEC consultant announced this on Friday while presenting the commission s Proposed Medium Term Strategic Plan HMTSP from 2022 to 2027 at a stakeholders forum held in Lokoja HYPPADEC requires a total indicative investment size of N323 billion to fund its interventions over the next five years These figures were arrived at following a baseline study conducted by the commission in flood ravaged communities from the HYPPADEC states in the country The essence of the HMTSP is to articulate and present the development thrusts and strategies for achieving them during the five years period Fortunately the plan shows the policy direction and courses in all the eight mandate areas including education health road Infrastructure energy agriculture water resources entrepreneurship and environment The HMTSP will also serve as a veritable tool for the mobilisation of civil society organisations and the private sector as well as development partners at all levels he said Juwe further explained that HMTSP has set forth the framework for collaboration and partnership among the commission state governments the local governments the private sector and development partners to meet the target The Managing Director of HYPPADEC Alhaji Abubakar Sadiq Yelwa said that the commission had planned under its housing scheme to build two bedroom apartments for the most needy victims in the flood affected communities He said that as a lasting solution to the flood challenges the commission had brought the issue of dredging to the front burner to help ameliorate the danger flooding is inflicting on the citizens Yelwa also pledged to give out more motorcycles to riverine communities to beef up security and hope to address post harvest issues and make youths transformation and scholarship an all inclusive intervention Declaring the stakeholders forum open Gov Yahaya Bello commended HYPPADEC for its consistent support and commitment towards impacting positively on the lives of riverine communities in the state Bello who spoke by his deputy Chief Edward Onoja said that the bottom top approach being adopted by the Commission would help address the issues affecting the HYPPADEC communities adding that the five year plan was achievable Also speaking Mr Joseph Terfa Ityav Chairman HYPPADEC Governing Council described the HMTSP as all encompassing adding that the baseline data collected from all the communities had given direction and vision to HYPPADEC in implementing all of its activities NewsSourceCredit NAN
HYPPADEC proposes N359bn as 5-yr intervention plan

Power Producing Areas Development Commission

The Hydroelectric Power Producing Areas Development Commission (HYPPADEC) has proposed an overall resource requirement of N359 billion to finance its five-year Medium Term Strategic Plan

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Sam Juwe

Mr Sam Juwe, HYPPADEC consultant announced this on Friday while presenting the commission’s Proposed Medium Term Strategic Plan (HMTSP) from 2022 to 2027 at a stakeholders forum held in Lokoja.

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“HYPPADEC requires a total indicative investment size of N323 billion to fund its interventions over the next five years.

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“These figures were arrived at following a baseline study conducted by the commission in flood-ravaged communities from the HYPPADEC states in the country.

“The essence of the HMTSP is to articulate and present the development thrusts and strategies for achieving them during the five years period.

“Fortunately, the plan shows the policy direction and courses in all the eight mandate areas, including education, health, road Infrastructure, energy, agriculture, water resources, entrepreneurship and environment.

“The HMTSP will also serve as a veritable tool for the mobilisation of civil society organisations and the private sector as well as development partners at all levels,” he said.

Juwe further explained that HMTSP has set forth the framework for collaboration and partnership among the commission, state governments, the local governments, the private sector and development partners to meet the target.

Managing Director of HYPPADEC

The Managing Director of HYPPADEC, Alhaji Abubakar Sadiq-Yelwa, said that the commission had planned under its housing scheme to build two-bedroom apartments for the most needy victims in the flood affected communities.

He said that as a lasting solution to the flood challenges, the commission had brought the issue of dredging to the front burner to help ameliorate the danger flooding is inflicting on the citizens.

Yelwa also pledged to give out more motorcycles to riverine communities to beef up security and hope to address post-harvest issues and make youths transformation and scholarship an all-inclusive intervention.

Yahaya Bello

Declaring the stakeholders forum open, Gov Yahaya Bello commended HYPPADEC for its consistent support and commitment towards impacting positively on the lives of riverine communities in the state.

Chief Edward Onoja

Bello who spoke by his deputy, Chief Edward Onoja, said that the bottom-top approach being adopted by the Commission would help address the issues affecting the HYPPADEC communities adding that the five-year plan was achievable.

Joseph Terfa-Ityav

Also speaking, Mr Joseph Terfa-Ityav, Chairman HYPPADEC Governing Council, described the HMTSP as all encompassing, adding that the baseline data collected from all the communities had given direction and vision to HYPPADEC in implementing all of its activities.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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