3 edition of Western Nigeria development plan, 1962-1968 found in the catalog.
Western Nigeria development plan, 1962-1968
Western Nigeria (Nigeria). Ministry of Economic Planning and Community Development.
Microfiche. Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., 1969? 2 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Series||Sessional paper / Western Regional Legislature ;, no. 8 of 1962, Sessional paper (Western Region (Nigeria). Legislature) ;, no. 8.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 5182, D-393 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 74 p.|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||89893777|
The plan also recognized the remoteness of vast areas from medical and health facilities. Like the Plan, the Second National Development Plan  recognized that a healthy population is an economic asset and acknowledged the need to make health services and facilities accessible to the general population. The First National Development Plan from ; The Second National Development Plan from ; The Third National Development Plan from ; The Fourth National Development Plan from ; Nigeria's Five year Strategic Plan from - All of these plans formulated goals for nationwide health care services.
Lamenting that between and , the country had a surfeit of four national development plans - ; ; and -- he however, said it was so much that Nigerians. In the First National Development Plan () even targets relating to spatial distribution were not proclaimed. Although in the second and third Plans ( and ) a regionally balanced development process was pro- claimed as a target, there has been no indication of a spatial concept nor of any specific instruments by which.
Development planning in Nigeria can be classified under three eras. These are the Era of Fixed- Term Planning (), the Era of Rolling Plan (), and the New Democratic Dispensation ( till date). The Era of Fixed Medium Term Plan () witnessed four successful plans in Nigeria. These are the First National Development. From to , Shagari was the pioneer Federal Minister for Economic Development of independent Nigeria where his Ministry was responsible for drawing the – development plan. Shagari's Ministry of Economic Development was also responsible for the establishment of the Niger-Delta Development Board.
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Federal Ministry of Economic Development. ‘Western Nigeria development programme –’. In National Development Plan – (First National Plan). Lagos: Government of Western Nigeria. Google ScholarCited by: 7.
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Get this from a library. Eastern Nigeria development plan, [Eastern Nigeria (Nigeria). Ministry of Economic Planning.]. Nigeria is located in the Western part of Africa. A continent, which according to J.I.
Osag ie: Thus, the first i ndigenous Nat ional Development Plan was initiated. The fixed medium-term pla nning in Nigeria commenced with the F irst Na tional Development P lan ().
It was followed, after the civil war, by the S econd Na tional Development Plan ( Eastern Nigeria development planfirst progress report. Posted by pibo. National Development Plan in Nigeria. viii, pages 25 cm The dynamics of long-term agricultural development in Nigeria, by C.K.
Carr.-Cocoa and economic development in Western Nigeria, by S.S. Berry.-The origins of the groundnut trade in Northern Nigeria, by J.S. Hogendorn.-The influence of colonial policy on the growth and development of Nigeria's industrial sector, by C. Liedholm.-Performance of the Nigerian economy.
The Era of Rolling Plan ( – ) The New Democratic Dispensation ( till date) The Era of Fixed Medium-Term planning ( – ) This phase played host to 4 plans that were all a success, namely: The First National Development Plan ( – ) which provided for capital expenditure reaching billion Naira.
The Ten Year Plan of Development and Welfare for Nigeria could not be actually be termed as plan in real sense because it contained mainly a list of uncoordinated projects in various regions. The objective of the plan, though not stated was to meet the perceived independence inthe first National Development Plan () was launched.
A Sculpture of the Ooni [King] of Ife – the ancestral home of the Yoruba Tribe in Western Nigeria. Development planning in Nigeria dates back to the formative 10years National Development Plan for prepared by the Colonial Administration. governments initially prepared mostly medium-term development plans namely National development plans in Nigeria.
Development planning in Nigeria can be classified under three eras. These are the Era of Fixed- Term Planning (), the Era of Rolling Plan (), and the New Democratic Dispensation ( till date). The Era of Fixed Medium Term Plan () witnessed four successful plans in Nigeria. I-E Western Nigeria, Development Plan, Summary Table Schedule 1 - Primary Production tI 2 - Trade and Industry I-F Mid-Western Nigeria, Development Plan, Summary Table Schedule 1 - Primary Production tl 2 -Trade and Industry "i 3 - Transport 4 - Water Supply 5 - Education 6 -Health 7 - Town and Country Planning.
North-Western State Ministry of Finance Development plan Sokoto, ; 2 microfiches Nigeria, Northern A statement of policy on the development finance programme Kaduna, ; 1 microfiche Nigeria, Northern Progress report on the development finance programme of the Northern region up to 31st March THE title of today’s piece is borrowed from an American economist who assisted Nigeria in the writing of its first Development Plan for The book.
Within the framework of the Six-Year Development Plan,Farm Settlement Schemes were established in various parts of the Region for young school leavers in order to boost agricultural production and provide employment opportunities.
The paper argues that development plans were indispensable to human capital development. Brief overviews of a few developmental strategies in Nigeria are: The First National Development Plan () The plan made no clear statement on rural infrastructural development, as agriculture was still an important exchange earner; the plan’s objectives were to encourage the assemblage of agricultural produce for export purpose.
After gaining independence, the Nigerian state focused on economic growth and development. The First official National Development Plan, (), was developed with the objective of leading the Nigerian economy on a fast growth path.
The Plan ensured that the State partici-pated in economic activities, both directly and indirectly. Western Education in Nigeria has made a great impact on its citizens.
Nigerians are some of the most educated in Africa. They study in many western universities. Western Education not only opened the world to Nigerians but also Nigerians to the world. It provided. During this period, the British colonial government couldn’t interfere in the education system due to some political and financial factors.
But inthey started to intervene in the education system by giving donations to the missionary societies to support education. Inthe colonial government brought a document- Education ordinance, with the aim of having total control on education. This paper is also published as a chapter in the Book: ‘Nigeria: A Centenary of Constitutional Evolution ’ (Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies) Pgs – A tribe from the South- Eastern region of Nigeria and one of the major spoken languages in Nigeria.
– | It was this period the Second Colonial Development plan for healthcare in Nigeria was launched. | ECWA Evangel Hospital was founded in Jos, Plateau State. | Nigeria became an Independent nation. – | It was during this period the First National Development Plan for healthcare was launched in Nigeria by the.Development Plan /63 - / Table 3 - Federal Government: CaDital Expenditures on Education.
Table 4 - Northern Nigeria: Capital Expenditures on Education. Table 5 - Western including Mid-Westerm Nigeria: Capital Expenditures on Education.
Table 6 - Easterm Nigeria: Capital Expenditures on Education.On his arrival in Nigeria in MarchDr. White was shocked to learn that there was no budgetary provision for the newly proposed library in the first post–independence National Development Plan, – The immediate personal intervention of the Governor–General, Dr.
Azikiwe, and the Prime Minister, Sir Abubakar, saved the day.