Nigeria possesses one of the fastest growing economies in the world. However, Nigeria’s care policies remain stagnant. With an overall GCPI score of 3.16/10.00, Nigeria’s score is primarily brought down by a lack of care policy protections for family caregivers.
In Sub-Index A, Nigeria scores 2.18/10.00. This score reflects a lack of paternity leave, dependent care leave, and flexible working policies. Overall, even Nigeria’s maternity leave policies fall short of the ILO recommended guidelines on duration and remuneration.
In Sub-Index B, Nigeria scores slightly better with 4.13/10.00. While domestic workers are excluded from most laws, they are entitled to pensions and workplace injury compensation. However, working and living conditions remain wholly unregulated for domestic workers.
You can read more about Nigeria’s care policies in the Country and Technical reports here.