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Water borehole for social impact

The ugly side of child labour

Water fetching from faraway boreholes is one of the factors enabling child slavery in Nigeria. Most homes, factories and  companies who do not have access to clean water employ street children to fetch water for their needs. 

This is a social impact project to make firstly water supply cheat and accessible to the community and with hope in combatting child slavery in the region.

Empowering Our Community with Solar-Powered Clean Water

At Eruisaku, we believe in creating sustainable solutions that support both our children and the surrounding community. We are thrilled to announce the completion of our solar-powered water borehole in Ikenga, Ogidi, Nigeria, a pivotal project that provides clean, safe drinking water to everyone free of charge.

Our Commitment:

This initiative is part of our ongoing commitment to improve living conditions and ensure the well-being of our community. Access to clean water is a fundamental human right, and through this project, we aim to uphold this right, enhancing the health and quality of life for all our residents.

How It Works:

The solar-powered water borehole harnesses the power of the sun, a plentiful resource in our region, to pump water efficiently without the need for external electricity. This sustainable approach not only ensures a constant water supply but also reduces our carbon footprint, helping to protect the environment.

Community Impact:

Since its inception, the borehole has significantly impacted the lives of our children at the orphanage and families in Ikenga. Residents no longer need to travel long distances for safe water, which has greatly improved their daily lives. Additionally, the availability of this essential resource free of charge is a crucial step towards economic stability for many families.

Call to Action:

Join us in celebrating this milestone and consider supporting our ongoing efforts to provide essential services and uplift our community. Your support can make a world of difference in sustaining and expanding projects like these. 

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