know us betterWHO WE ARE
Founded in 2019, WaterWide is a non-profit organisation that solve water, sanitation and hygiene-related issues in marginalised communities in Nigeria.
Working towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6 in 2030, WaterWide is assuming the responsibility of tracking funds to ensure project implementation for water and sanitation in rural communities in Nigeria. This is meant to ensure transparency and accountability.
We engage in advocacy at both policy and decentralised levels to strengthen and deepen our role in influencing policies and practices that impede access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene by the people in rural communities.
We build the knowledge and develop the capacity of relevant stakeholders in the water and sanitation and hygiene sector and people in rural communities for best practice and establish mechanisms for ensuring sustainability.
We raise funds for people living in marginalised communities because access to safe water, improved sanitation and proper hygiene are crucial to the development of any community.
Water and Sanitation are Human right
Clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realisation of all human rights.
solving wash-related challenges
I will speak up and help other girls go to school.
I never knew that many girls don’t go to school because there are no female-friendly toilets. I will join WaterWide in advocating for improved sanitation facilities in schools across Nigeria.
I and the entire community are grateful.
Thank you for listening to our cries, women and girls in my community are suffering because we don’t have access to safe water, thank you for coming to our aid.
I am committed to helping people in marginalised communities.
volunteering my expertise to solving water, sanitation and hygiene challenges is fulfilling for me, I hope that soonest we will be able to help million have access to WASH facilities.
Building a Better Future
Help us improve access to safe water and sanitation facilities and solve WASH related challenges for people in marginalised and rural communities in Nigeria.