The Nigeria Pulp and Paper Summit Group is a non governmental organization borne out of the need to develop local capacity to fill the over three million tons of pulp gap in Nigeria

The Pulp and Paper market in Nigeria is an annual five billion USD import – dependent industry. The group also sets out to yield government call for diversification of Nigeria economy from crude oil to ease the challenges facing the Naira.

Research and Development
To develop a private non - profit Research Institutes dedicated to Forest , Pulp and Paper research in...
Sustainable Forestry
Forestry plantations play a crucial role in pulp and paper production, both supplying the industry with...
Conference
Behind hundreds of commonly used paper products like board boxes, paper bags, envelopes, notebooks, roll...
Recycling project
The demand for pulp and paper in Nigeria is constantly growing inspite of the on going dematerialization...
Policy formulation and Government Relations
Without an all-inclusive government policy specifically to drive production of Pulp and Paper in Nigeria,...
Investor Relationship
Environmental Sustainability

Who we are

The Nigeria Pulp and Paper Summit Group is a non governmental organization borne out of the need to develop local capacity to fill the over three million tons of pulp gap in Nigeria

The Pulp and Paper market in Nigeria is an annual five billion USD import – dependent industry. The group also sets out to yield government call for diversification of Nigeria economy from crude oil to ease the challenges facing the Naira.

Our driving force is the believe that capacity development starts from the principle that people are best empowered to realize their full potential when the means of development are sustainable – home-grown, long-term, and generated and managed collectively by those who stand to benefit.

The vision started when stakeholders gathered together under the aegis the adopted name to address the rising cost and unavailability of paper during the Covid 19 pandemic.

The pandemic shows that the defense for any form of pandemic is local production.

The nature of the industry also requires a convergence of all interest with working with governments for policy development and making the industry attractive for investors.

To achieve her objectives, we are focusing six impact areas relevant to local production of pulp and paper with the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals as our guideline.

The Impact areas are:

Summit Group (organizer of the conference)
Policy formulation and Government Relations
Research and Development
Sustainable Forestry
Environmental Sustainability (recycling project etc )
Investor Relationship

VISION 2032

Vision 2032 is a 10 years roadmap to create 100 percent local production of Pulp and Paper in Nigeria by the year 2032 by convergence of the Impact areas on into a short term , medium and long term solutions.

Our MISSION

A convergence and repository of knowledge for 100 percent local Pulp and Paper production by 2032 .

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