Centre for Inter-State Cooperation and Development 


The Centre for Inter-State Cooperation and Development- CIDC – is one of the specialized Centres at Fled Institute.

It is established to research and provide interventions that help States explore ways to address cross-cutting development challenges through dialogues and collaborative actions.

It brings together experts from national networks of multidisciplinary cream of policymakers, researchers, business leaders, and civil society actors to explore new thinking and practical guidance for collaborative approaches to development challenges.

The Centre researches governance, employment, agriculture, energy and sustainability, and health status within States in Nigeria.

It promotes respectful dialogue among ethnic nationalities for development

It promotes cross-cultural exchanges for peace and reconciliation.


The outcome of the Centre’s research efforts shall be published in accepted formats and made available for public consumption.

Funding of the Centre

Funding of research work and other sundry activities at the Centres shall come from the following sources: Partnerships/collaborations, Cost-recovery Charges on programs (internally generated), Grants-in-aid, and Fled Endowment for Education. 

For more information, contact

The Director

Centre for Inter-State Cooperation & Development

Fled International Leadership Institute

Plot MF 57 Cadastral Zone

KMC Street, Karu Site, Abuja

Tel/Whatsapp: +234-708 015 7176

Email: info@flededu.org