PSO Project Management Limited
PSO Project Management Limited is a dedicated project management consultancy which was incorporated under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on 7 July 2009. It is affiliated and shares resources with Bethlehem Rail Infrastructure Limited of the United Kingdom, a wholly dedicated rail infrastructure project management consultancy, and a Nigerian trading company, Corbe Nigeria Limited.
ReStraL Ltd. is a Leadership and Management services firm that started operations in Nigeria on August 1, 1996. ReStraL Consulting Limited was incorporated under the Companies and Allied Matters Act 1990, as a limited liability company 8th July 1996 with registration number RC 295792.</p> <p>Its mission is to be “an African perspective of global excellence, best practices and value creation, continually seeking and teaching people and organisations, the better way, enriching lives for the continuous improvement of society”.</p> <p>The ReStraL Spirit is driven by a desire for excellence and facilitates greatness in people and organisations everywhere.
Sanitas International is a communications and advisory firm. It creates transformative and tactical approaches to challenges that enable organisations, global leaders, businesses and political entities to write their own rules – tipping the odds, shifting beliefs and reshaping perceptions to deliver real, sustained impact with speed and accuracy.</p> <p>Today’s public relations and political landscape is complex and full of risk. Sanitas is a game changer with the agility to immediately size up complex political situations, assess opportunity and risk, and implement a winning course of action. It creates transformative strategic and tactical communications campaigns with the ability to reshape situations where failure is not an option. It has the experience to lead where others hesitate and the professional savvy to act with confidence, discretion, and authority in any environment.
The World Bank
World Bank started as a result of the BRETTON WOODS CONFERENCE of JULY 1944. In July 1944 – one year before the end of World War II – delegates from 44 countries met for the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference held at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The conference aimed to create the framework for post-war international economic cooperation and reconstruction. The intellectual leaders at the conference were John Maynard Keynes (Adviser to the Treasury in the United Kingdom), and Harry Dexter White (Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the United States).</p> <p>While the conference resulted in the formation of two institutions: the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank), the creation of the World Bank was not the primary focus. The majority of time and effort was spent on the IMF Commission under Harry Dexter White’s leadership. The work of the World Bank Commission on the other hand, occurred only in the last few days of the conference and its articles of agreement - primarily drafted by John Maynard Keynes – included rebuilding the economies of countries devastated by war and increasing the economic development of developing countries.
National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies
One of the world's premier academic and research institutions, NILDS supports the sustenance of dynamic and effective Legislature in Nigeria (at Federal, State and Local level), and the ECOWAS sub-region<br /> The National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies (NILDS) is an organ of the National Assembly established by an Act of Parliament. President Goodluck Jonathan signed into law the National Institute for Legislative Studies Act 2011 on March 2nd 2011 following the passage of the same by the Senate and the House of Representatives<br /> In 2016, the Institute’s Governing Council approved the establishment of new department of Democratic Studies as well as a Department for Post Graduate Studies. On January 26th, 2018, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the National Institute for Legislative Studies (Amendment) Act, 2017. This expansion will enable the Institute to provide capacity development services to democratic Institutions and governance in Nigeria.