GAWI-Africa is a charitable trust dedicated to helping the grassroots escape from extreme poverty, diseases, famine and conflicts caused by living without safe portable water and proper community sanitation and hygiene services. GAWI works in Nigeria as a non-profit, non-political and non-governmental organization to help establish sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) supplies, while engaging in civic advocacy to ensure the poorest women, vulnerable and minority populations are strongly favored by government policies and initiatives. GAWI works to bring together talents and experiences of professionals and human rights crusaders to work out effective and sustainable solutions to access WASH Services.
About our foundation
A society devoid of water suffering where grassroots and most disadvantaged groups and gender freely have equal access to social opportunities for the advancement of humankind without coexistence conflicts as articulated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
GAWI seeks to relieve the poorest groups and most disadvantaged women of water crisis by investigating root-causes and initiating action-centered responses aimed at forming social capital for sustainable grassroots WASH services.