Where We Work

Program information by Region/States
Below are some locations in which CCCRN has implemented projects
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CCCRN has teams in 10 states across Nigeria, working with our partners to transform lives every year.


Nasarawa is a state in central Nigeria. With an estimated population of 2,040,112 consists of thirteen (13) Local Government Areas.


Located in the southwestern geopolitical zone of Nigeria. Arguably the most economically important state of the country and the nation’s largest urban area.


Kano State is a state located in North-Western Nigeria, the second largest industrial center in Nigeria and the largest in Northern Nigeria.


Abuja the capital city of Nigeria. Located in the centre of Nigeria, within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).


Located in the south-eastern region of Nigeria, it occupies the area between the lower River Niger and the upper and middle Imo River.


Located in the northeastern part of Nigeria, Gombe has 11 Local Government Areas. With an estimated population of 2,353,000 (2006).


It is located in southeastern Nigeria with 17 Local Government Areas. An estimated population of 3,267,837 according to the 2006 Nigerian census.


Ekiti is a state in western Nigeria, reputed to have produced the highest number of professors in Nigeria.


Benue State is a state in the mid-belt region of Nigeria with a population of about 4,253,641 in 2006 census.


Ebonyi is a state in south-east Nigeria, with 13 Local government areas. Its capital and largest city is Abakaliki.

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The state is located in the South-South geopolitical zone, and is bordered on the east by Cross River State, on the west by Rivers State and Abia State, and on the south by the Atlantic Ocean


Rivers State, also known simply as Rivers, is one of the 36 states of Nigeria. Its capital and largest city, Port Harcourt, is economically significant as the centre of Nigeria’s oil industry. According to census data released in 2006, the state has a population of 5,198,716.

Cross River

Cross River State derives its name from the Cross River which passes through the state. It is a coastal state located in the Niger Delta region, and occupies 20,156 square kilometers. The state has 18 local government areas


Kaduna is the state capital of Kaduna State in north-western Nigeria, on the Kaduna River. It is a trade centre and a major transportation hub for the surrounding agricultural areas, with its rail and road junction. The population of Kaduna was at 760,084 as of the 2006 Nigerian census.