87,000 children under 5, die in Nigeria yearly as a result of poor Sanitation

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Free, clean and accessible toilets across the nation

We aim to provide free, standard, green and sustainable toilet facilities for the public, strategically placing them in areas of intense public activities like bus garages, markets and schools. To meet the demand of use by the public

Indulge the public to proper toilet use.

Use mediums in toilets provided to Re-orientate the users and public as a whole to imbibe a culture of proper defecation and general hygiene.

Create Open defecation free communities

Ending the country’s struggle with of open defecation across from one community to another. Removing the nation from top ranking of open defecation countries.

Achieve ethical living and well-being of citizens

When there is one less thing to worry about, there is room for further development to make citizens achieve their full potentials.

Why Sanitation?

Clean, Healthy living and well-being for all through sustainable Sanitation

Toilets act as critical links between order and disorder and between good and bad environment as the need to urinate and defecate is irrepressible.

Over 47 million Nigerians still defecate in the open, in street gutters, behind bushes or into open bodies of water, and over 30% of the world’s population is thought to consume food irrigated by wastewater.

The overall purposes of proper sanitation are to provide a healthy living environment for everyone, to protect the natural resources (such as surface water, groundwater, soil), and to provide safety, security and dignity for people when they defecate or urinate.

Open defecation comes with many risks. It can lead to waterborne diseases, cause preventable deaths, and hamper education and economic growth.

Our solution works in line with the UN SDG 2030 to provide equitable access to water, sanitation and hygiene services in order to eradicate the practice of open defecation.

Eradicating open defecation is not just a Nigerian priority. Today, an estimated 4.5 billion people globally don't have access to safe sanitation. 


Nigeria is the worst country in Africa and the third worst globally for urban sanitation and open defecation ranking after India with more than 54 million urban dwellers (67.2% of the population) living without access to a safe toilet facility. The number of households in Nigeria with access to sanitation has declined by 9.1 percentage points since 1990. This is the second-greatest decrease of 38 countries with measurable data in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Country is set to overtake India in the open defecation ranking.

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