WaterAid Nigeria

Nigeria: Wateraid Urges Action to Improve Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Schools and Healthcare Facilities

October 16, 2017

Oluseyi Abdulmalik October 16, 2017 WaterAid Nigeria has renewed its call for improvements to water, sanitation and hygiene in schools as well as healthcare facilities in the country. One in three schools around the world do not have regular access to water, basic private toilets, or a way to wash hands with soap and an […]

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Nigeria: WaterAid Nigeria Launches New 5 Year Country Programme Strategy to Support Universal Access to WASH Services for Nigeria By 2030

August 23, 2016

Aaron Kaah Yancho August 23, 2016 The WaterAid Nigeria has launched its 2016 – 2021 country programme strategy – laying the foundation for the fifteen year path to achieving universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene for everyone everywhere in Nigeria by 2030. Over the next five years, the organisation will focus on increasing citizens’ […]

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Nigeria: WaterAid Calls for Conversation on Why Menstruation Matters

May 30, 2016

Joyce Chimbi May 30, 2016 Girls’ needs around menstruation have been neglected by health and education systems around the world, leading to inequity in education and missed opportunities for girls, says WaterAid Nigeria. Dr. Michael Ojo, WaterAid Nigeria’s Country Representative, says: “In some communities in West Africa, women and girls are not allowed to use […]

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Ministers to Make New Promises on Water and Sanitation at SWA Meeting

April 9, 2014

WaterAid Nigeria and WaterSan Perspective April 09, 2014 Ministers from nearly 50 countries including Nigeria will submit new commitments to increase access to water and sanitation at the Sanitation and Water for All High-Level Meeting in Washington, DC, USA, on Friday, 11 April 2014. The Sanitation and Water for All partnership High-Level Meeting, which is […]

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