We are a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people
Over 650 million people do not have proper access to a good water source—that’s 1 in 9 people in the world. A United Nations publication, “Safe Water as the Key to Global Health,” states: “No other single intervention is more likely to have a significant impact on global poverty than the provision of safe water.”
Nuru group water and sanitation projects–both at the emergency and long-term levels– have been providing essential aid for many years. In places like Zaria, Kano, Niger and some other states within the country. Nuru group is rehabilitating/constructing solar powered water wells, hygiene education, and upgrading sanitary facilities. As local water infrastructure is developed through these interventions they improve the ability of community members to earn livelihoods and work to increase education access for youth, especially girls.
The Girl Child Project
This entails twelve (12) girls coming to acquire Islamic and western education from the facility on a daily basis from their homes ( it is not a boarding system).There is…
The Almajiri Project
The Almajiri Program involves a system where the educational, health and welfare needs of the male children will be afforded for by the foundation within a boarding facility (in-house). We…
We’re on a mission to solve the problems and reinvent charity for a new generation.
Peer pressure is one of the most difficult scenarios that has a bad effect in the community we live in. Common patterns emerge within families where at least one individual is addicted to drugs.
Without water to drink, people can’t live. Without water for their crops and livestock, they can’t eat enough or earn a living. If their water isn’t clean, they won’t be healthy.
Health is rooted in everyday life. If children have to walk hours every day to fetch clean water, or become ill because they were never properly immunized, then they are most likely not attending school and bettering themselves
Adequate access to education results in better family health and reduced rates of child malnutrition and mortality, and it gives women access to better work opportunities.
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