Mappings of Civil Society, IFIs, Private Sector Players and Actors, and Survey on Public Perception of Privatization in Nigeria

Mappings of Civil Society, IFIs, Private Sector Players and Actors, and Survey on Public Perception of Privatization in Nigeria

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This report entitled ‘The Mappings of Civil Society (CS), International Financing Institutions (IFIs), Private Sector (PS) players and actors, and Survey on Public Perception of Privatization in Nigeria’ was commissioned by PSI and DGB Bildungswerk (DGB BW) under the Value Chains Project titled, 'Promoting Transparency and Decent Work in Supply Chains in Electricity, Water and Waste Services in Sub-Sahara Africa'.

The study aims at profiling these relevant actors & players, ascertaining public perception, and understanding the expectations of privatization/PPPs. The study also assesses the degree of transparency in the legal frameworks of PPP/privatization programmes and projects.

The section one of this study provides the background, purpose of the study, research questions and methodology. For the latter, empirical and secondary data were used. Primary data (survey and interviews) was collected from 327 respondents in three Nigerian cities of Abuja – FCT, Lagos and Port Harcourt. The percentage of female respondents in the study was 43.3%.

Section two examines the power, waste and water sectors privatization/PPP landscape in Nigeria.

Section three maps the CS, IFIs and PS actors and players across the privatization value-chains of the power, waste and water sectors.

Section four presents the findings of the survey on public perception of privatization/PPP in Nigeria.