2016 World Water Day: Farmers’ communities and their Children Enjoy “Access to Water to improved Livelihood and Job opportunities” in Kano state

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2016 World Water Day: Farmers' communities and their Children Enjoy "Access to Water to improved Livelihood and Job opportunities" in Kano state

Farmers and children from several communities in Kano State, Northern Nigeria have hailed WOFAN’s water and livelihood interventions in their communities as life changing interventions.

The farmers and children spoke at separate events held in Ungwar Naibi Primary School, Dawakin Kudu and on farmlands in Malale and Chakawa communities to mark the 2016 World Water Day (WWD) in the State.

In Ungwar Naibi Primary School, the Environmental Health Club (EHC) formed since 2009 as part of a water and sanitation project implemented by WOFAN in partnership with GEF- Water and Development Alliance (WADA), a Coca cola African Initiative intervention organized a special Water and Hygiene songs, drama, demonstrations and key messages to all stakeholders to mark the 2016 – World Water Day and in line with the 2016 theme of WWD as “water for Jobs and Sustainable livelihood”.

Sample Testimonial Title

We hail WOFAN’s foresight in not just improving access to safe drinking water and sanitation  but also encouraging retention of girl child education in schools, creating job opportunities and improved health and nutrition of the family.

Mallam Musa Saleh
Headmaster of Ungwar Naibi Primary School

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