What we do

Our primary focus areas

Water, Sanitation and Good Hygiene

Health Services

Education

Empowerment

Our WASH program

Our WASH program provides expertise and interventions aimed at saving lives, and reducing illnesses by improving access to safe water, sanitation and improved hygiene.

Our WASH Program works on a long term sustainable prevention and control measures for improving social-economic development, reducing poverty, improving health, as well as responding to emergencies and outbreak of WASH related illnesses.

By providing communities with safe water, sanitation infrastructure and educating people on good hygiene practices, we would help slum dwellers and local communities achieve a better and improved quality of life.

We collaborate with our education, empowerment and livelihood & food expert through partnerships with other organizations. Our mode of operation depends primarily on the WASH need of our target beneficiaries.

Our WASH Programmes focus on four major areas:

  • Supplying of safe water for drinking, cooking, household cleaning and personal hygiene.
  • Disease surveillance and vigilance on water quality and sanitation practices.
  • Hygiene promotion, mobilization and education of safe hygiene, as well as ensuring people are WASH compliant.
  • Provision and maintenance of toilets which are safer and can be used by all genders at all times.
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Successful projects

Project Vision Abuja

Date: April, 2019

Location: Guzape, Asokoro, Abuja

Funded by: Save the Slum Initiative

Project Smile Abeokuta

Date: December, 2018

Location: Onikolobo Abeokuta, Ogun

Funded by: Save the Slum Initiative

Project Smile Lekki

Date: January, 2018

Location: Ikota, Lekki, Lagos

Funded by: Save the Slum Initiative

Project Smile Juvenile

Date: July, 2017

Location: Adigbe, Abeokuta, Ogun

Funded by: Save the Slum Initiative

Project Smile Makoko

Date: June, 2017

Location: Makoko, Yaba, Lagos

Funded by: Save the Slum Initiative

Project Smile Ijora Badia

Date: January, 2017

Location: Ijora Badia, Lagos

Funded by: Save the Slum Initiative

“Roses can grow in slums just as weeds can grow around mansions”

-Richard Paul Evans