Hope Spring Water Charity Foundation has invited Abuja residents to join members of the charity in its ‘End Water Poverty’ walk as part of the global events initiated by the UN to mark the 2018 Global Action Month to mitigate water poverty around the world.
According to a Press Statement signed by Temple Oraeki of the charity organisation said the first walk will begin on Friday March 16, 2018 by 10 am at Apo Shoprite and end at 1 pm at the same spot.
Similarly, later in the day, another walk will commence at Silverbird Galleria in the Central Business District beginning at 2 pm and end at 5pm.
Day two of the walk begins at 10 am at Next Cash and Carry, Kado , on Saturday March 17 and ends at 1 p.m while the second part of the walk begins at 2pm at Jabi Lake Mall, Utako, where it will also end at 5pm.
Hope Spring Water Charity Foundation is a member of the End Water Poverty Coalition which spreads awareness on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) targets as set out in the United Nation’s SDGs and demands long term, systemic change for a world where marginalised and most vulnerable groups are not left behind in securing their rights to water, sanitation and hygienic environment.
The organisation invites members of the public to join the fight against water poverty by visiting their website
www.hopespring.org.ukwhere information on how each and every member of the society can contribute to alleviating water poverty in Nigeria.