By: Obipiseibima Priscilla Aggokabo
Thirst Cure initiative is an all year round water project courtesy of GIRIF. An estimated number of 70,000 children die annually as a result of their vulnerability to waterborne diseases and infection.
In 2018, it was recorded that 26.5% of Nigerian and Ghanaian residents have access to clean and healthy drinkable water and 63 million persons with no access to clean water. However, there is no clear urban basic sanitation strategy and plan in these countries hereby the risk of diseases (UNICEF, 2018).
The thirst cure initiative is specifically for investors and investors who want to provide clean and healthy water to people dying of thirst and waterborne disease amongst African communities.
Kindly donate to assist us to provide the different communities with clean water and also provide pictures and videos of communities for prospective investors to assess.