Rural Africa Water Development Project

To collaborate with relevant local and international groups as well as other stakeholders to bring clean drinking water and improved sanitation to marginalized rural groups especially those living in the environmentally degraded oil producing communities in southeastern Nigeria.

Rural Africa Water Development Project
58 MCC/Uratta Road Near Krystal Supermarket
P.O.Box 6116
Owerri, Imo State, NIGERIA
Nigeria
+234 8035767048
http://www.rawdp.org

Project Coordinator/CEO

Joachim Ibeziako Ezeji

Management Team

1. Mr. Joachim Ezeji - C.E.O, 2. Ms. Ijeoma Egbu - Director, 3. Mr. Augustine Ezeji - Director, 4. Mrs. Dorathy Onwumere - Director, 5. Engr. Barth Oparaji - Director, 6. Ifeyinwa Igbokwe - Director, 7. Engr. Julius Nwachukwu - Director

Board of Directors

Joy Njamanze - Chairperson, Joachim Ezeji - Secretary, Charles Amanze -Member, Ken Okere - Member, Ken Omireh -Member, 1. Mr. Joachim Ezeji - C.E.O, 2. Ms. Ijeoma Egbu - Director, 3. Mr. Augustine Ezeji - Director, 4. Mrs. Dorathy Onwumere - Director, 5. Engr. Barth Oparaji - Director, 6. Ifeyinwa Igbokwe - Director, 7. Engr. Julius Nwachukwu - Director

Mission

To collaborate with relevant local and international groups as well as other stakeholders to bring clean drinking water and improved sanitation to marginalized rural groups especially those living in the environmentally degraded oil producing communities in southeastern Nigeria.

Programs

Mission Statement: To support the poor and marginalized people in environmentally ravaged communities in Africa to access adequate and safe water supplies for health, livelihood and ecosystem stability. Our Objectives I. To safeguard public health and mitigate poverty through improved water supply, sanitation and hygiene. II. To conserve freshwater ecosystem as a component of Integrated Water Resources Management. III. To promote household prosperity through water-supported livelihood activities. IV. To promote inclusive development through gender mainstreaming V. To mainstream community participation and achieve sustainable development.

Statistics on Rural Africa Water Development Project

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2008: $250,000
  • Annual Budget for 2007: $150,000
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $350,000
  • Other funding sources: The World Bank Development Marketplace and local fund raising sources in Nigeria .
  • Religious Affiliation: Secular