The project “Assessment of Good Urban Governance in Nigeria” is a joint effort of UNDP and UN-HABITAT offices in Nigeria, and UNDP’s Oslo Governance Centre supports it financially and technically. The main aim of the project is to strengthen national capacity in the assessment of urban governance challenges in Nigeria as a prime step towards determining programmatic and policy responses to achieving sustainable urbanization and good urban governance. The strategies adopted toward realization of the expected outcomes of the project include participatory approach through the involvement of stakeholders in urban governance and urban gatekeepers from the pilot cities in Nigeria. In order to ensure national ownership and sustainability of the project, the project is being implemented by National Technical Committee (NTC). NTC is made up of representatives from National Planning Commission, National Bureau of Statistics, Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Federal Capital Development Authority and Association of Local Governments of Nigeria (ALGON), UNDP Nigeria, UN Habitat Nigeria and host of other stakeholders including representatives of the academic communities. The project is hosted in National Bureau ofStatistics, Nigeria.