Growing pains for iNGOs in Nigeria

If doing aid work in Nigeria was not tough enough already, international organizations must now also deal with an impending food crisis on top of the sectarian violence and Boko Haram. A top risk consultant shares his views on the security challenges iNGOs face in the country.

The views in this opinion piece do not necessarily reflect Devex's editorial views.

About the author

  • Tim Jones

    Tim Jones is a risk and advisory manager focused on the Middle East and Africa for international consultancy firm Edinburgh International. A skilled manager, report-writer and security risk specialist, Jones has extensive experience managing projects, conducting analysis and delivering training in complex security environments.