The Power of Collaboration
One of the biggest ways to promote your brand, gain access to communities and citizenry, or implement sustainable Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects is through collaboration with Clement Isong Foundation, and so far, these partnerships have successfully helped in promoting development. Our unique combination of skills and capabilities has made us stand out. We design and manage initiatives that promote community development and improve human capital to achieve our clients’ sustainability goals.
Over the years we have built partnerships with NGOs, CSOs, governments, private establishments, and individuals for fast and better solutions to help facilitate qualitative Empowerment of becoming economic research, social provider, and socio-economic policy-oriented foundation while keeping with the singular vision of preserving and perpetuating the numerous legacies of Chief Dr, Clement Isong, CFR.
Why Partner With CIF?
- Our Uniqueness
- On the ground presence
- A huge capital of stakeholders relation
- History of deep relationship with our clients
- Proven track record
- Staff and contractors present
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Meet Clement Isong
Clement Nyong Isong, CFR (20 April 1920 – 29 May 2000) was a Nigerian banker and politician who was governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (1967–1975) during the military regime of General Yakubu Gowon. He was later elected governor of Cross River State (1979–1983) in the Nigerian Second Republic.
He studied at University College, Ibadan, Iowa Wesleyan College, Mount Pleasant, Iowa, and the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, where he obtained a Ph.D. in Economics.
He taught economics at the University of Ibadan before joining the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) as secretary, later becoming director of research.
He was seconded to the International Monetary Fund as an adviser in the African Department.