Water Projects


Our work in this area involves building water tanks, community wells, and rehabilitating borehole for poor communities. In rural areas where piped water does not exist, West African women and children are forced to walk 30-40 minutes every day to collect water from the nearest natural source(UNICEF / WHO, 2004). Water from such sources is often infected with water borne diseases such as typhoid and cholera. To date, DIWA has provided 11 wells in rural communities, 27 water tanks in urban slums and 2 rehabilitated boreholes for Oru Refugee Camp; thus providing accessible water for over 23,000 people.


Minimum payable amount NGN 50
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