Open Defecation in Nigeria
Youths move to end open defecation In Nigeria, other Africa countries
Young people between 10-24 years old in Ghana and Nigeria are being mobilised to share ideas on how to end open defecation in their communities.
Ex-corps members donate toilet facilities to school where they served
Two former members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Onajite Solomon and Israel Victor have donated toilet facilities to Girls Secondary School in Nnewi, Anambra State, as a part of their quest to end open defecation in Nigeria. Solomon and Victor both taught in the school during their one-year compulsory service from May 2017…
World Water Day 2019: Water dilemma in Ebute-Ilaje community
Five mission-driven young people; Yusuf Shittu, Mary Adeoye, Elizabeth Williams, Emmanuel Osinaike and Olajumoke Adebayo who are fellows of the Carrington Youth Fellowship Initiative, are undertaking a community-based project to improve access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Ebute-Ilaje, a riverine slum community in Bariga area of Lagos State. As part of the fellowship…