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Nigeria is the country with the largest population and largest economy in Africa. It faces various water-related challenges ranging from water scarcity in the north to water pollution in the south. The water crisis in Lagos, a megacity of 21 million people, is particularly serious; although the city is built around a lagoon, people are still struggling to find drinking and sanitary water.
Nigeria also has one of the highest child mortality rates for water-borne diseases in Africa. Millions of women and children need to give up the opportunity to study and earn money and travel across the mountains to collect water for their families. However, mountain streams are often full of bacteria, and drinking directly can cause deadly diseases at any time.
DAH (Drip a Hope) to spread the belief of "Never Give Up" to the world, inherited on "the enthusiasm and determination to solve problems", expand the energy of integrated services, and do everything possible to save every life.
Just One Click, Sent A Drip Water, For Save A Life !
The Effects Of Covid-19Update posted by tan chee siang at 07:18 am
Until 22/08/21 yesterday, Nigeria confirmed that new infection virus covid-19 was more than 180k. Compared with other countries, they faced the difficulties not only caused by the epidemic, also the water source problem.Because of the epidemic, The world health organization encourages people to wash their hands frequently to prevent infection
DAH FOUNDATION STEP TO NIGIRIAUpdate posted by tan chee siang at 05:52 pm
In Nigeria, water pollution is a huge problem. An estimated 335,000 children die from waterborne diseases each year (UNICEF). Most of them died of diarrhea caused by bacteria or protozoa, intestinal worms, hepatitis A, hepatitis E, typhoid and other diseases. In addition, the local mining industry is prevalent, which not. . . . .