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Hope Spring Water
Hope Spring Water. Helping developing communities in Africa to access safe, clean water. Promoting sustainable use of water. Registered charity number 1165468.
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Ojonugwa Yahaya #SDGs 3h
The lapel moment, it was an amazing one. When Zira arrived with the lapel from I got so excited. stood in for to decorate me. couldn't hide his excitement, he was happy for me. Thank you so much at I'm grateful.
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WaterAid Nigeria Sep 19
Realising the to is far from just building more WASH facilities; is about developing strong country systems that can deliver adequate services that last.
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Hope Spring Water 20h
No girl deserves to go through so much difficulty because she's on her periods. We need to break the silence around menstruation. Adequate sanitation facilities in schools is key in motivating girls to stay in school.
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Temi Odurinde Sep 17
Thank you to and District chapter of SIGBI1 for giving me the opportunity to share how is working to positively impact the lives of women and girls. Another thank you for supporting our work with a cash donation.
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Hamzat Lawal 🇳🇬 Sep 15
First, don’t give up on yourself. Everything else is secondary.
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WaterAid Nigeria Sep 13
To end poverty, everyone, everywhere must have access to clean water, decent toilets, good hygiene and other basic needs. Without them, people are unable to maximise their potential, improve livelihoods and realise sustainable development.
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Circle of Blue Sep 12
“With water scarcity expected to increase as populations grow and the climate changes, the world cannot afford to waste and contaminate its precious water resources."
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#LeaveNoOneBehind Sep 13
Even when you don't understand the science behind , you can feel & see its impact, especially on our invaluable water resources. "Uncertainty about the future should not be the reason for inaction today"...
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Hope Spring Water Sep 12
We will sooner than you imagine.
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#LeaveNoOneBehind Sep 12
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🇳🇬 'Seyifunmi Adebote 🇳🇬 Sep 12
"Young people, the time is now and without us cannot achieve the SDGs" - to young people at the in Abuja.
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Hope Spring Water Sep 12
No girl should suffer any form of humiliation or be stigmatised because she's menstruating, it's unacceptable. Period should end a sentence not a girl's life.This is why we are determined to break the silence surrounding menstruation.
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#LeaveNoOneBehind Apr 9
"Clean Nigeria: Stop Open Defecation is one of the most ambitious behavior-change campaigns in Nigeria with a strong citizen/public engagement component" A national movement that will include policy & public advocacy, grassroots mobilization, & private sector engagement.
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WaterAid Nigeria Jun 5
Open defecation and poorly managed human faeces have major environmental consequences - Faeces pollute human settlements, groundwater, and surface water such as lakes, rivers and oceans. We must work towards ensuring access to sustainable
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The Enigma Jul 11
In Nov, 2018, I put out this design echoing findings in the campaign. I am hopeful that as more Nigerians like You, CODE & other Eco-advocates like create more awareness and pioneer reforms, this issue would be a thing of the past.
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WaterAid Nigeria Jul 19
Poor access to clean water and sanitation services has adverse implications on girls' school attendance and learning outcomes. Together, we can ensure no girl misses school because of her period.
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WaterAid Press Jul 30
READ: 'My message is simple: use the toilet': tackling open defecation in Nigeria worked with the Nigerian government to declare a state of emergency on water, sanitation + hygiene & launch a national action plan.
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#LeaveNoOneBehind Aug 5
Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones to in Nigeria & now is the time to take action.
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Hope Spring Water Sep 9
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Hope Spring Water Sep 9
our goal is to reach the extreme communities those that seems unreachable with the gift of clean water and decent sanitation, because we know that the quality access to these, defines the quality of life
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