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Who We Are

...Reconciling Energy with Life

Stakeholder Alliance for Corporate Accountability (SACA) is a non-governmental organization that was founded 2012. SACA was conceived to pragmatically engage multinational oil companies operating in the Niger Delta region to improve their practices in the management of the environment, delivery of social responsibilities in communities, and respect for human rights and humanitarian laws. SACA is a stakeholders research and engagement organization working to promote standards, project acceptability and environmental responsibility among the multinational oil and gas companies operating in Niger Delta and their stakeholders.

What We Do

Preventing Oil Spills & Ensuring Cleanups When They Occur

Way forward in environmentally degraded environment

To Ensure Transparency, Standards and Users’ Satisfaction

Spotlights

Agip Nigeria Agrees to Co-fund SACA's Alternative Livelihoods Programme

The Nigeria Agip Oil Company (NAOC) has struck an agreement with SACA to fund parts of the organisation’s community economic empowerment programmes. This is the results of years of engagement between SACA and the company. Agip’s new GMD, Alessadro Tiani, has assured SACA of their commitment to restorative justice.

SACA Gets a New Executive Director

A new hand has joined SACA staff, in the person of Kingsley Ozegbe. Mr. Ozegbe replaces Abba Ayemi as the Director of the organisation. Prior to his appointment in SACA, Mr. Ozegbe has worked for a number of other civil society organisations as Finance Manager and Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant, in Port Harcourt and other parts of the country.

We research, mobilize, sensitize and support groups to constructive engage with other stakeholders through right-based approaches.

Community Development Monitoring

In the early 2000s, some of the multinationals operating in the Niger Delta, especially Shell, agreed with SACA that sustainable development was a more sensible way of securing their assets than Community Assistance and militarization. However,…

Oil and Gas Stakeholders Forums

Stakeholders Consultation is one great way to win the hearts and minds of the people, and this is very crucial for the corporation’s Community Relations/External Relations departments. This all-important need is very clearly spelt out inside Shell’s Global Memorandum of Understanding (GMoU)…

Ensuring Cleanup of Oil Spill Sites

Frequent spills are the cause of the deaths of over 16,000 infants in the Niger Delta annually, according to a report by 2 professors from St. Gallen University in Switzerland, who carried out a research in the area in 2012. SACA has been engaging the corporations, both in Nigeria and in their home countries, to apply international standards in handling oil spills in Nigeria.

Our Initiatives

— Teens Camp

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— GOLD

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— Girls Can Lead

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— LEAP

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— GOLD

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— GWIM

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We work with local and international organisations and missions to foster right relationships between the people of Niger Delta, the oil operators and the Nigerian government to improve respect for the rights to clean environment and sustainable livelihood.

Endangered Livelihoods

One of the unfortunate fisherwomen, fishermen and farmers of Imiringi community in Kolo Creek Cluster who lost their livelihoods to the incessant oil spills in the area. This woman struggled to prematurely harvest all her fish before they all died in the polluted Imiringi river. She and her children suffered severe diarrhea for weeks after consuming the polluted fish.

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Our Partners

News & Activity Briefs

Alternative Livelihoods
Trainees Graduate from Practical Trainings and Apprenticeships

On 20th March, 2019, SACA conveyed 8 beneficiaries of our alternative livelihood program from Kalaba community to Yenagoa and trained them on Welding/Fabrication, Cosmetics and …

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Environmental Justice
SACA’s Campaigns against Pipeline Vandalism

On 28th February, 2018, Stakeholders Alliance for Corporate Accountability organized a Town hall sensitization/campaign against pipeline vandalism in Epie-Zarama town hall. The program started around …

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