At INGOsphere9ja, we understand that what is obtainable in the commercial sector may not be applicable in the development sector if it does not reflect the culture and work ethics applicable in the sector.
Our trainings are therefore tailored to suit the culture and work ethics of the development sector. Our methodology encourages a 'do it yourself' approach through our simulation questions that characterize our training sessions.
Through our training arm INGOsphere9ja, we provide hands-on training with the following benefits;
Ability to understand the generally acceptable work environment, ethics and culture applicable in the sector to enable employees easily fit into the work setting with minimal supervision
Ability to understand the basic work requirement, and duties required to excel in their roles within the sector’s operations units.
To ensure the knowledge needs of the sector's employees are met, INGOsphere9ja has entered into teaming agreements with reputable service providers that have (through our re-orientation process) the requisite understand of the sector’s work environment and knowledge needs.
We also provide orientation to service providers to ensure they have a good understanding of procurement terms and conditions acceptable within the sector
Our organizational values;
We are inclusive
We are open and accountable
We strive to empower
We strive for lasting impact
We strive for efficient and effective collaborations
Through our Radio program we showcase enlightening information/inspirational stories to and from traders in the market places , AID workers and the general public.
Guests on the program include Traders themselves and representatives of Humanitarian and Developmental organizations that have relevant information that can enlighten our target audience..
Since inception of marketsphere9ja, we have featured executives of the National Association of Nigerian Traders (NANTS), chairpersons of at least 15 local market places and also petty traders in key markets places in Abuja. Our radio program has been aired on both HOT Fm 98.3 and KISS Fm 99.9
Through our sports platform, RandRsports9ja, we have conducted at least four tournaments that has witnessed the participation of employees from at least twenty-two (22) AID organizations such as USAID, AFDB, UN, British Council, DFID and other implementing partners as well as reputable indigenous organizations such EFCC. Renown ex-international footballers and coaches from Nigeria who have served promote each tournament The Babayaro brothers (Emmanuel and Celestine), Peter Rufai and former super eagles coach, Samson Siasia.
Our newest addition to our sports portfolio is TESS. The tournament targeted at kids below the age of 15.
TESS stands for The Emerging Soccer Stars. The aim is to promote sociocultural values among this age bracket.