Women, Water and Borehole Projects in Nigeria
Realizing water is life, and recognizing the ever increasing water gaps in poor and vulnerable communities in Nigeria, to the role of drinkable portable water in nexus to family health and wellbeing, our team as voluntary, social impact team is interested, and will be carrying out an Independent Impact Assessment of Handpump Boreholes project implemented by UNICEF/UKAID in Kaduna state, Nigeria.
Our assessment will be on three selected communities namely Nasarawa, Trikania and Kakuri communities. We want to know if the handpump borehole project is filling real water needs of women and girls in those communities. We want to know the disconnect and connects of the project to WASH and how the project is relevant to handwashing and health in post Covid19 era. We want to see how we can provide inclusive water solutions to voice of women in those communities moving forward.
Result of the survey study will be shared with relevant stakeholders so lessons could be learnt.
We are looking for partners that we can partner with in carrying out this first of its kind localized independent impact assessment in Nigeria. We are desirous of partners that can play technical support and advisory function to the project through virtual consultation.
We are also looking for partners that are professionals in data with good and or wider communication contacts.
For partnership information, email us at – Dennisekwere1@gmail.com or whatsapp +2348036464525