Lagos, Nigeria; 31st December 2015: In furtherance of its drive to support sustainable communities across the country,
Speaking at the commissioning of the Water Treatment Plant in Alimosho, the Community Affairs Manager at
Mba noted “The future of our communities is of utmost concern to us at
“Our Refresh Africa Initiative, which is supported by over 140 partners is another programme through which we are building sustainable communities, catalyzing investment in clean water access, improving water and sanitation access for school children, replenishing more than 2 billion liters of water annually back to communities and nature, while empowering women through clean water access and entrepreneurship.” He added.
According to the Chief Technical Officer for West Africa at Water Health Nigeria, Krishna Mohan Rao, “Approximately 1 in 8 people lack access to safe water supplies. Water Health offers an immediately deployable strategy for processing healthy drinking water in underserved communities, delivering scalable and sustainable solutions to purify any source of water to WHO- quality drinking water standards. We are committed to increasing the adoption of safe water practices and employing local residents in each community.”
The partnership between Water Health and