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At Hope Spring Water Charity Foundation, we are committed to alleviating water poverty and empowering youths through Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) education.

Our approach to water poverty alleviation, places emphasis on reducing the hundreds of hours women and children spend fetching water. We strongly believe that the more time women spend in other productive tasks and the more time children spend in school, the higher their chances of breaking the poverty cycle in their respective homes and society at large.

Through advocacy, empowerment workshops and provision of water facilities, Hope Spring Water have directly imparted over 80,000 people in Nigeria, since inception of operations in 2015.

In 2018, Hope Spring Water executed 15 WASH projects in 15 Communities, directly imparting over 20,000 lives by providing water, sanitation and hygiene facilities in these communities.

To enhance project sustainability, long after we have gone, we carry beneficiary communities along from the planning to execution and monitoring phase of the projects. Our inclusive approach to project execution ensures the community take ownership of projects and ensure its continuity and functionality, long after we have gone.

Affordability, Availability & Accessibility of Water in Enugu amidst the COVID-19

The radio program was an interactive section between the host and the guest after highlighting the challenges faced in accessing clean water in Enugu amid COVID-19 by Ifeoma. Also emphasising how the campaign works towards alleviating water poverty in Enugu through...

Human Rights and Water Provision

Ifeoma gave a historical background to the Universal Declaration of Human right to water. The United Nations General Assembly resolution in July 2010 recognized the human right to water and sanitation. This means that States ought to respect, protect and fulfil...

Episode 9: The State of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Hospitals in Enugu State

Mr Daniel Ugwu and Mr Chinedu Anioke spoke on the state of water, sanitation and hygiene in Enugu state hospital, The radio program was an interactive section between the two guests and the host. They spoke on their experiences of their visitation to health centres...

Episode 8: Accountability in the WASH Sector

After a brief introduction on #ClaimYourWaterRight, Ifeoma explained that the government as duty bearers are obliged to respect the human rights of the citizens while the citizens have the right to challenge the government when those rights are violated or denied....

Episode 7: Water rights and provision in Enugu Metropolis

Ifeoma gave the background to #ClaimYourWaterRights as a global campaign supported by End water poverty with Hope Spring leading the project in Nigeria and Enugu as the pioneer state. The campaign mobilises and sensitizes everyone irrespective of their status, age,...

Waste management and it’s contribution to Water Poverty

Waste management has remained a major challenge to the environment and health of humans. With an increasing population and more industries springing up, it means that more wastes are been generated and released into the environment, leading to pollution and spread of...

Episode 6: Water Rights and Services in Health care facilities

After a brief introduction on the importance of clean water in reducing the spread of COVID-19 by Ifeoma, she also mentioned that several health workers have contracted the virus due to the lack of Personal Protective Equipment in health care and handwashing...

Id el Kabir charitable giving: Providing to the less fortunate

Id el Kabir in a few weeks, it’s an Islamic celebration observed across the world in commemoration of Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son in obedience to Allah’s commandment. It is a two days public holiday, this year Id el Kabir will be observed on Thursday,...

Nigeria’s Open Defecation Menace: Where does the poo go?

The benefits of having access to clean drinking water source can only be fully realized when there is also access to improved sanitation and adherence to good hygiene practices. When we talk about sanitation, we are talking about toilets and the practice of open...

Episode 5: Waste management service in Enugu metropolis

In ifeoma introduction she asked the following questions. Where do you dump your waste and where does the waste end up in? Human activities affect the environment in so many ways and most wastes end up in landfills affecting water bodies. She also linked waste...

OUR AIMS

  • To assist people and communities in poor, often remote areas in Nigeria to identify, develop and establish a sustainable source of clean water.
  • To alleviate poverty, as well as sanitation and hygiene challenges associated with lack of access to clean water.

OBJECTIVES

  • Assisting communities to identify the most ideal source of clean water in or around their community.
  • Funding or building a water well or a borehole, where that is the most sustainable way to meet a community’s water challenges.
  • Educating and providing information and training developing communities on the importance of basic sanitation and hygiene.
  • WASH advocacy amongst youths and children who are the future leaders of their communities and country.

Hope Spring Water Charity Nigeria 2020

Temi Odurinde, Hon Richard Kasumu and Hameedat Balogun. Discussed MHM in Lagos, January 2020.

Hope Spring Water Charity is registered with the corporate affairs commission of Nigeria. Our registration number is CAC/IT/NO 99393.  We love working with other charities, companies, individuals to achieve our aim of helping to alleviate water poverty.   We would love to hear from you.

Our contact details:

Email: hello@hopespring.org.uk

Tel: +234 8135402302