"We are therefore laying a solid foundation today, for the restoration of the fragile ecosystem of Ogoniland and the rest of the Niger Delta"
The PCO is headed by the Project Coordinator and it is made up of seven (7) Units:
The Governing Council consists of:
The Board of Trustees (BOT) shall consist of the following;
To better equip them to deliver on their responsibilities HYPREP ‘s Governing Council conduct visits to five (5) sites in the UK as part of series of international site visits.
Hon. Minister of Environment inaugurates (CARC)
Netherland Ambassador to Nigeria, Marion kappeyne Van De Coppello visits HYPREP
Our attention has been drawn to the allegations in a report by an online publication, Premium Times, with the headline “How Buhari administration awarded Ogoni cleanup contracts to unqualified firms”, which was published on May 5, 2019
The UN Environment Technical team, led by Mike Cowing
Today, The UN Environment Technical Support Team
The Project Coordinator Receives State Commissioner of Economic Empowerment.
In continuous consultation with opinion leaders in Ogoni,
Hon Minister’s entourage at the Palace of Gbenemene Tai Kingdom
I am directed to inform you that, the Pre-tender Meeting on the Remediation
Invitation to Tender for Environmental Remediation of Hydrocarbon Impacted Sites in Ogoniland [Phase 1 Batch 2]
Head of the UN Environment Technical support team
Kindly find below the list of Prequalified Consultants for 2018
The Hon. Minister of Environment met with a group of 7 ambassadors on Ogoni Clean up
To ensure proper Stakeholder participation in the Programme
HYPREP was established under the Federal Ministry of Environment as published in
To Drive these and upcoming projects ,procurement for the following services is currently ongoing
On 16 September 2016, the Governing Council held its inaugural meeting in Port Harcourt. On 21 October the Board of Trustees held its inaugural meeting in Abuja.
The public is hereby warned to beware of fraudsters hiding under the guise of providing employment or contracts to defraud innocent Nigerians.
The Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation Project, HYPREP, hereby reminds the public to be wary of anyone promising to offer them employment or contracts with HYPREP. Every information about HYPREP is available on our dedicated portals:
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