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About Us


To provide at-risk Nigerian communities with continuous, sustainable access to safe and adequately affordable water, sanitation and hygiene services (WASH); thus contributing to the good health and productive livelihoods of our communities.

Using WASH and Integrated Water Resource Management as an entry point, build a country where everyone, especially the most vulnerable, women and children and those in hard-to-reach areas benefit from continuous and sustainable access to safe, adequate, affordable water, sanitation and hygiene and water resource management services that contributes to good health and productive livelihoods.


To partner with the Nigerian government,  development partners and the private sector throughout the project. We operate in rural, small towns and urban areas to bridge the sustainability, income generation, and vocational skill capacity gap in WASH and Water  Resource Management  interventions.


To complement the WASH services delivery efforts of Government and other development partners; to ensure that every resident of Nigeria has sustainable and accelerated access to safe, adequate and reliable water, sanitation and hygiene services.  

Strategic Objectives

As implementing Partner of Government and development partners at all levels and across sectors:

  1. Incorporate core sustainability components into new, existing or abandoned WASH projects in WASH, Health, Education and Energy sectors
  2. Identify and incorporate sustainability elements into innovations in WASH by sector partners to improve the potential for success, sustainability and scalability
  3. Integrate community- based systems for operation and maintenance, monitoring and evaluation and learning in new, ongoing and sustainable rehabilitation abandoned WASH Projects
  4. Build capacity of artisans, local and state governments stakeholders to generate skilled and certified artisans at community and sub-national levels for new, ongoing and sustainable rehabilitation of abandoned WASH Projects
  5. Strengthen institutions particularly communities and civil society to make informed decisions, demonstrate ownership and participate fully in new, ongoing and sustainable rehabilitation of abandoned WASH Projects
  6. Conduct vulnerability and risk based rapid assessments of new and ongoing projects to help government and development partners target the most vulnerable people and unreached areas for services delivery.
  7. Engage in Operational and formative Research to inform government strategy and test models for the sustainability of WASH services sustainability for sector learning