National Population Commission Announces Shortlisted Candidates for Birth Registration Adhoc Staff Recruitment 2023
In a significant development, the National Population Commission (NPC) has released the list of shortlisted candidates for the Birth Registration Adhoc Staff Recruitment 2023. This recruitment initiative, undertaken in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), aims to register 12.7 million births in Nigeria and issue birth certificates to children under the age of 5.
The birth registration process covers 21 states, 456 local government areas (LGAs), and 4,978 wards across the country, ensuring that every child’s name and nationality are included in their birth certificate. The initiative is a crucial step towards providing official identification and documentation for Nigerian children.
For candidates who have been shortlisted, the National Population Commission has sent login details for the ECRVS Birth Registration portal to the email addresses provided during the application process. This portal will serve as a platform for successful candidates to carry out their duties as Adhoc Staff in the birth registration process.
To check if you have been shortlisted, candidates are advised to visit the provided link below and select the respective state to access the list. The NPC will gradually upload the shortlisted candidates’ names, so if your state’s list is not yet available, it is recommended to check back later for updates.
This birth registration initiative is a significant milestone in ensuring the proper documentation and recognition of every child’s birth in Nigeria. It highlights the collaborative efforts of the NPC, UNICEF, and NYSC in achieving this essential objective.
The National Population Commission encourages all shortlisted candidates to regularly check their email for further instructions and updates regarding the birth registration process. This opportunity will enable candidates to contribute to the noble cause of providing official birth certificates for millions of Nigerian children.
The NPC expresses gratitude to all applicants and emphasizes the importance of their continued support and cooperation in realizing the goal of universal birth registration across the nation.