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The first privately subsidised community health insurance scheme in the Niger Delta was launched in March 2010 by the Industrial Area community cluster in Rivers state, with funds provided by SPDC. Over 10,000 people have enrolled in the scheme. This video shows testimonials from a few of the beneficiaries of the scheme.

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SPDC has structured its economic development programme to enable communities and individuals to increase their income and improve their standard of living.

Shell’s support for scholarships and education programs - educational development and qualitative education that ultimately reaches all the people.

In 2006, SPDC introduced a new way of working with communities called the GMoU

Health care is one of the biggest challenges in Africa. SPDC currently supports 27 health facilities in the Niger Delta.

Our intervention strategy for developing youths in our host communities is aimed

In Nigeria, we are committed to social responsibility.  It is embedded in the way we carry out our day-to-day business.  We work with local organisations around our operations to be aware of their concerns and to ensure that the benefits of Shell's resources feed through to local communities and businesses.