CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION AS KEYS TO LIFE IN NIGERIA

By Dare Lasisi. Water is one of the pillars of life and cleaner environment also enhances good health in the society. According to th...

By Dare Lasisi.


Water is one of the pillars of life and cleaner environment also enhances good health in the society.
According to the old saying,"Cleanliness is next to Godliness" and that famous Latin expression which says, 'Mens Sana in corpore sano', meaning, 'a sound mind in a sound body.'

Water and sanitation are important goals under the new 17 global Sustainable Development Goals, which were adopted by all United Nations member-countries at the landmark 70th UN General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, USA on September 25, 2015.

Lagos residents cleaning up blocked drainages(Photo Credit : Guardian Newspapers Nigeria)

It is a tragic news to know  that nearly one billion people in the world lack access to clean, healthy drinking water but unfortunately, majority of these vulnerable people are living in developing countries like Nigeria. Residents in the United Kingdom or advanced countries can turn on a tap and access safe drinking water whenever they like without any restriction, but the situation is very different and pathetic for many people of Africa.

The third-biggest killer of children under the age of 5 in Africa is diarrhea, a disease that can -- in nine out of 10 cases -- be prevented by access to safe water and sanitation, according to WaterAid. Nigeria accounts for 11 percent of all global under-5 deaths, according to Unicef.

Nigeria isn’t the only sub-Saharan African country struggling with shortages; 325 million people on the continent didn’t have access to improved drinking water in 2012, according to a World Health Organization and Unicef joint report last year. Dakar, Accra, Abidjan and Nairobi were cited as other water-stressed cities.

The lack of running water killed more people in Nigeria last year than Boko Haram insurgency.

While the terror campaign claimed more than 4,000 lives, the shortage of potable water and poor sanitation led to about 73,000 deaths, according to WaterAid, a London-based nonprofit.

The water deficit isn’t limited to isolated areas in the country’s vast north. In Lagos, about 15 million of the coastal metropolis’ 21 million have limited access to piped water.


In its bid to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 and to keep on with the present administration’s development policy, the Federal Government of Nigeria launched the Partnership for Expanded Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (PEWASH) and also unveiled the National Water Resources and National Irrigation Policies.

The Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo who launched the programme also did the unveiling of the two National policies of the ministry on Monday 7th November, 2016 in Abuja.

Professor Osinbajo said that the programme and the policies would address the challenges being faced in the water supply and sanitation sub-sector, adding
that it was a good foundation towards achieving Goal 6 of the Sustainable Development Goals of ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.

Osinbajo called on all stakeholders, especially states and local governments to key into the PEWASH initiative and commit to its success so that the common developmental goals can be achieved.

He said, "It is now my pleasure and singular honour to launch the partnership for expanded water supply, sanitation and hygiene, for smooth implementation to the glory of God and benefit of our people and to also unveil the national water resources policy and national irrigation policy that are very important and strategic for the development of the water sector.”


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This is a public tap water in Africa.


According to UN report on environment, In 2015, 68 per cent of the global population was using improved sanitation facilities compared to 59 per cent in 2000. Nevertheless, the unsafe management of faecal waste and wastewater continues to present a major risk to public health and the environment.

Until recently in Lagos, monthly environmental sanitation always held for three hours on the last Saturday of every month but Justice Ugochukwu Ogakwu of the Court of Appeal, Lagos Division declared that in the absence of a written law prescribing the same, the governor’s directive for people in Lagos to stay at home and not to move about thereby restricting movement of persons within the hours of 7a.m. to 10a.m. on the last Saturday of every month was unlawful, illegal and unconstitutional.

The suit was brought before the court by a citizen, Faith Okafor (appellant) against the Lagos State Government (respondent).
The court also restrained the Lagos State government and its affiliates from further arresting anyone whatsoever on the basis of a purported environmental sanitation offence or trying anyone in the Special Offences Court without conforming to the dictates of the constitution.

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This bore-hole water was donated by international organisation.



About 20 communities of Bokkos Local Government Area of Plateau State, including schools now have increased access to Safe Water and Sanitation/Hygiene projects of Hong-Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC).

The communities were elated when the water and sanitation facilities were unveiled and handed over to them recently through their community leaders and Principals of the beneficiary schools by WaterAid Nigeria in collaboration with Community-Based Development Non-Governmental Organisations (CBD-NGO).

The facilities donated by WaterAid Nigeria among others include; eight new Hand Pumps boreholes, four improved Hand-Dug wells, two blocks of institutional Latrines in three schools, and also rehabilitated 12 existing Hand Pump boreholes across the 20 communities
.

Having no water has devastating effects both on individuals and communities. People need water in order to live and if they do not have any, or they have too little, they will become dangerously, even life-threateningly, dehydrated.
Communities are affected by a lack of water because crops will not grow and so food becomes scarce. With no water, villages become dirty and unhygienic, increasing the risks of disease spreading.



Every day millions of people in Africa, usually women and girls, walk miles to have access to any water at all. The length of time it takes to collect the little water they can get means that they do not have time to do anything else during the day. Children do not get the chance to have an education simply because they are too busy collecting water.

To make matters worse, the only water they have access to is from streams and ponds. That water is usually full of diseases and makes themselves and their families very sick. Adults face the decision on a daily basis between dehydration and sickness from the water they drink. Even worse, they have to face this decision for their children.


The solution is surprisingly flexible,moderate and inexpensive. Long-lasting water projects can be built in communities for relatively small amounts of money from donations from individuals or corporate organisations.

These water projects include wells, dams and rain catchment systems, which provide a reliable source of water that is safe to drink

These water projects are not expensive to set up and the impact that they have on a community, and the individuals within the community, are priceless. Having a well in or close to the village means that there is no need for anyone to spend their days walking to collect water. 
This means that the 440 million days that are missed by school children because of water related diseases can be spent gaining an education. More importantly, the choice between dehydration and sickness is no longer a daily decision.


Responsibility of water supply in Nigeria is shared between three levels of government – federal, state and local. The federal government is in charge of water resources management; state governments have the primary responsibility for urban water supply; and local governments together with communities are responsible for rural water supply. The responsibility for sanitation is not clearly defined.

While all three government levels are supposed to participate in financing water and sanitation investments, local governments often do not have the resources to do so. State and federal levels also provide only limited funding. Thus, most public water and sanitation investments in Nigeria are financed by donors.

Water supply service quality and cost recovery are low. Water tariffs are low and many water users do not pay their bills. Service providers often rely mostly on occasional government budgets  to cover their operating costs.

The most important external partners in the Nigerian water supply and sanitation sector are the African Development Bank, the European Union, Japanese JICA, UNICEF, USAID, the NGO WaterAid and the World Bank. The African Development Bank and the World Bank provide loans to the government; the European Union, JICA and USAID provide grants to the government; UNICEF and WaterAid receive grants from governments and donations from the public to implement their projects in cooperation with, but not through the government.

Government at all levels,non-governmental organisations and multi-national corporate organisations can sponsor and build well-maintained public toilets for the general public to prevent outbreak of water-borne diseases like typhoid, cholera,tuberculosis,diarrhea and other contagious diseases.



Mr. Wole Arisekola, Chairman, Association of Online Media Practitioners of Nigeria (AMPON) and Publisher of the Street Journal Magazine also in 2013 donated two  boreholes for the residents of  Akoko area of Ondo State in South West Nigeria.
The gesture was in fulfillment of Mr Arisekola’s vision for the year 2013 tagged “Provision of potable water for water deprived areas in Nigeria to help the masses”.

He further stated that :“It is our mission to reach out to Nigerians, in terms of providing social amenities like water, public toilets, hospitals and empowerment programmes through skill acquisition training and others”

In addition to several boreholes already sunk in Oyo state by the Street Journal Forum, Arisekola, officially commissioned and donated the boreholes with brand new generators to power them at Arigidi and Akungba in Akoko North West Local Government Area and Akoko South West Local Government Areas of Ondo State respectively.




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A young girl in rural area of Uganda with both clean and dirty in two bottles.(Photo Credit : Internet)

Non-governmental organisations must also create awareness for general public through the media over the danger of poor sanitation,lack of personal hygiene and educate them further on how to prevent water wastage  as seen in the diagram below :

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Some schools in Nigeria are currently teaching students on personal hygiene,sanitation and how to save the environment from further pollution and exploitation.

Access to an improved water source stagnated at 47% from 1990 to 2006, but increased to 54% in 2010. In urban areas, access to an improved water source actually decreased from 80% to 65% in 2006, but it then recovered to 74% in 2010. However, in urban areas access to standpipes substituted to a large extent to piped water access.

Adequate sanitation is typically in the form of septic tanks, as there is no central sewerage system, except for Abuja and some areas of Lagos. A 2006 study estimated that only 1% of Lagos households were connected to sewers.Lagos has four wastewater treatment plants which have been rehabilitated around 2010. As of 2011, the state planned to build ten new "mega wastewater treatment plants" over the next five years with the help of private investors.These projects are yet to be completed till date.

The statistics on access to water and sanitation are conflicting, due to divergent definitions, indicators and methodologies applied by different agencies. There is hardly any sector monitoring.






References :

https://prnigeria.com/2016/11/fg-partnership-water-sanitation/

http://guardian.ng/news/lagos-state-cancels-sanitation-day/

http://thestreetjournal.org/2013/06/street-journal-forums-donates-boreholes-to-akoko-communities/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_supply_and_sanitation_in_Nigeria

http://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2016/09/01/wateraid-nigeria-donates-water-sanitation-facilities-to-20-plateau-communities/

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-01-26/nigerian-water-shortage-is-bigger-killer-than-boko-haram-cities


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