We work with partners around the world to amplify our voice.
We believe that when a wide range of organisations from all parts of the world join together to campaign, it sends a clear and powerful message to governments and other decision-makers that is hard to ignore.
What is End Water Poverty?
End Water Poverty is a growing international campaign calling for action to address the global sanitation and water crisis. WaterAid's teams in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Mali, Nigeria, Ghana and Nepal are particularly active within End Water Poverty.
Which other organisations are members of the End Water Poverty coalition?
To name just a few: Save the Children, Care International, Oxfam, Plan International, Pump Aid, Sightsavers International, Tearfund, Unicef-UK, Unison and WWF.
Visit the End Water Poverty website >
Miss Wheelchair Nigeria is an initiative designed to celebrate the accomplishment of women in wheelchairs, as well as their unique contributions to society and the richness of their lives. The event is a competition designed to select the most accomplished and articulate spokeswoman for the over 20 million Nigerians living with disabilities. Since 2010 when the first pageant was first held in Nigeria, the pageant has grown to become a strategic advocacy platform for promoting inclusive development in Nigeria.
WaterAid Nigeria entered into partnership with the Ms Wheelchair Nigeria organisation in June 2011 to work closely to promote equity and inclusion in water, sanitation and hygiene services in Nigeria.
Visit the Ms Wheelchair Nigeria Facebook page >
Nigerian Society for Water and Sanitation (NEWSAN):
NEWSAN is a network of NGOs working in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector in Nigeria. The organisation has a functional secretariat in Abuja the Federal capital. It has regional as well as state chapters. NEWSAN was formed out of the need to increase the voice of the civil society organisations in the sector.
WaterAid Nigeria works with NEWSAN to help hold governments accountable over water, sanitation and hygiene services in Nigeria.
Visit the NEWSAN website >