URGENT DONATIONS REQUIRED
We need your urgent contribution to carry out these missions.
50K Bottles of Water to War Zone
War is terrible. War leaves trails on material and mental worlds. It kills and it destroys. War must never happen nor in external neither internal realities. The sad thing is it's already happening. Right now next to us wars are happening. The least we can do is care and support.
Our next program is meant to send thousands of bottles of water to the war zones. Since water is life, we send lives to those who are seeking for them. Donate now!
Enhancing Access to Education For Disadvantaged Children
It's hard to believe that in the times of technological progress the rate of illiteracy is still growing. It's hard to imagine how potential scientist and virtuosos end up in illiteracy because of the lack of conditions for education. The children in Slum areas in Nigeria are of those children who are under the risk of not getting proper education. Some of the flood affected schools in Nigeria needs our help to get repaired. We provide access to quality education to the children in disadvantaged, poor and marginalized groups through highly effective education interventions. Children are enabled to continue their education, having become confident, independent learners and to make a difference for those who have lost hope in themselves and the rest of the world.
'Bring My Home Back' Large-scale Program
They say home is where your heart is. Imagine how many people have lost their hearts together with their home. This is of course a metaphorical view of the point, but the essence of the question doesn't alter after all. Our next urgent and large-scale program is meant for bringing back houses of those who have lost them due to various disasters . Our current target are Omoku and Abari communities. In October 2022 Monsoon Nigeria's worst floods in a decade kill 600 displaced 1.3 million. More than 600 people are now known to have perished. More than 2.8 million people have been impacted by Nigeria’s worst floods in a decade We can't do it without your help. Join us today!
Conflicts and Disasters Reduction And Resilience For Victims
_______________________ Every year since 2008, the world has become less peaceful. From climate-related disasters to long-lasting conflicts and insecurity, we witnessed a rise in the scale and frequency of humanitarian crises, increasing the number of vulnerable people, displaced, at risk or in need of assistance. Nigeria, Yemen or South Sudan, conflicts continue to threaten and destroy the lives of millions of women, men and children, trapping them in a vicious cycle of violence, poverty and inequality. Hunger is again on the rise, reversing years of progress. The number of climate-related disasters has tripled in 30 years, causing harm and suffering to communities across the globe. By the 2030s, large parts of Southern, Eastern and the Horn of Africa and South and East Asia will experience greater exposure to droughts, floods and tropical storms.
Delivering High Quality Aid To People In Crisis
_______________________ Waer Waters Charity Foundation's response has a long and well-recognized record of humanitarian relief in times of crisis. When disaster strikes, we respond - delivering high quality lifesaving assistance and essential protection to the most affected. We make sure people can get clean water to drink ,food to eat and decent sanitation. We provide help for them to get food and the essentials they need to survive, and we work with people on the journey to self-sufficiency. Through our long-term development programs, we stay well after the dust has settled to help rebuild communities to come back stronger from disaster and support them in being better prepared to cope with shocks and uncertainties. Building resilience and local capacity.
Digital Inclusion-Empowerment Program
_______________________Empowering women and refugees by providing internet access through information technology and vocational training program as a means to economic empowerment . Waer waters Charitable Foundation address barriers to refugees self-reliance through a scalable model: lack of skills, poor local economic conditions, and lack of access to job markets. We believe that empowering refugees and women through information technology can abolish gender Inequality subordination and marginalization
Nigeria's Largest Refugee Crisis
_______________________Since violence erupted in Nigeria in December 2015, more than 1.8 million people, including more than one million women and children have arrived in neighbouring countries. Many of them have fled ''horrific violence'', Day after day, week after week. The Nigeria’s 80M refugees face systematic exclusion from economic opportunities, preventing them from building sustainable lives. For the 84% living in developing regions, this exclusion creates structural aid dependency that causes the majority to live below $1.90/ day. Refugees are left in flux and lack the tools to break this vicious cycle