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Yielding joint action

TTSWG is a collaborative effort aimed at yielding joint action among key telecommunications and technology stakeholders
through various strategic partnerships, policy formulation/advocacy, events and programmes. The Group seeks to address various national issues by mobilising human and material capital available to stakeholders in the focus sector to ensure sustainable practices that benefit the sector and the country at large.


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What we do

Value redefinition towards 2030

We support the commission of research studies about the industry and science of telecommunications and technology and how they affect the industry with respect to the environment and social impact. These form a basis for our advocacy efforts.

The group organises pieces of training to up skill member organisations on emerging trends and best practices with sustainability and climate needs. Additionally, the group shares relevant proprietary tools, which members can utilise in their respective organsations.

Through a public-private dialogue series, the TTSWG engages relevant regulators, stakeholder groups and member clusters to ensure that useful input is made towards the formulation of policies that affect the telecommunications and technology sectors in Nigeria.

We believe that as an industry, our various interventions can be better coordinated and mobilised to improve the socio-cultural conditions of many host communities. If feasible, member will unite behind TTSWG to collaborate on sustainable interventions that address specific challenges in Nigeria such as Health and Education.


Equitable Access to Assistive Technology in Nigeria

This paper is focused on challenges and issues regarding access to assistive technology in Nigeria. The pressing need and demand for these technologies lie in their ability to provide access to quality education, and improved health and wellbeing while also reducing inequality



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Capacity Building

Introduction to sustainability for tech-driven enterprises


Below you’ll find answers to questions we get asked most about becoming a member of TTSWG.

What Are the Roles of Members of the Working Group?

Members are expected to support and participate in the activities of the TTSWG including Meetings, Mentorship Programmes, Conferences, Research Contributions etc.

What is the Financial Implication for Member Organisations?

There are currently no membership fees needed to join the TTSWG.

Whom Will the TTSWG Report to and What is the Governance Structure?

The Secretariat manages the affairs of the TTSWG.

The TTSWG is made up of its Board Members, Advisory partners, Members and the Secretariat. All parties contribute effectively to its activities

How are TTSWG Activities Different from CSR Activities of Member Organisations and What Does My Organisation Benefit from Joining the Working Group?

The TTSWG is the first Sustainability focused Group for the Telecommunications and Technology sector in Nigeria.

CSR activities are limited in comparison to Sustainability activities. Organisations get the opportunity to learn more about sustainability within their sector. They also have the opportunity of access to their different stakeholders within the Group.

The TTSWG gives organisations the opportunity to influence nationwide policies as it affects sustainable development. Finally, the Working Group projects organisations in a good light both locally and internationally, thereby giving them access to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).

What Will Be the Difference Between TTSWG Guidelines and Other International Guidelines on Sustainability?

TTSWG Guidelines, unlike other international guidelines, deliver opportunities to organisations that fit the local context of their businesses i.e. they are developed by Nigerian Telecoms and Tech firms for Nigerian Telecoms and Tech firms.

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