Through our NYSC impact outreach initiative, we have mentored and partnered with 4 Ex-corpers who undertook water projects during their service year. Together , they touched the lives of over 6,000 people living in rural communities in Nigeria
1. Aaron Benjamin
During his Service year in Abuja, Nigeria. He imparted positively on the lives of the community members. His first project was to donate electrical water pumps and repair water taps in L.E.A. Primary School, Ayenajeyi, Karu. We partnered with Aaron by supporting him with part of the funds which he needed to execute the water project. Aaron was able to gain our trust because we saw the zeal in him to add value to the lives of the Karu community members.
2. Iliyasu Yambam
Repair of hand pump bore hole of Tudun Malamai Zamfarawa Road Dan-Dutse ward Funtua L.G.A. this project will be beneficial to 1000 people.
3. Anthony Obong
Anthony, upon his arrival at Opolo community, Yeneogoa Bayelsa Nigeria. He discovered that the community had no clean drinking water. He wrote to us expressing her intentions to embark on a hand pump water project for the community, we partnered with him on spreading impact.
4. Chetachi Ifeanacho Daniela
Chetachi expressed a great drive and passion for improving the health standards of Kpanyi Kpanyi community Abuja. She discovered that the community had no source of water apart from a stream which flows during the rainy season and dries up as soon as the dry season begins. Cattle also drank from the same stream which the community drank from, this resulted in different illnesses and deaths in the community. She wrote to us about giving the community a hand pump borehole, and we supported her cause.
5. Prince Daniel
We found portable drinking water at Daurawa after 32 years of drinking with cows we partnered with him to bring an end to the community’s water problems. Over 1000 people benefited from this project
Below are the pictures of the projects, taken a year after.
6. Chetachi Okonkwo
During her service year in Sokoto, she came across a village with about 5,000 people in Kaura Community located in Wamakko Local Government Area of Sokoto State. The major and only source of drinking, cooking and washing water in this community comes from dilapidated/contaminated wells where their animals also drink from. This poses a great risk to their health and lives.
We worked with her to sink a motorised borehole with overhead tank.
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