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Girlschool Queens College in Lagos, Nigeria


Water turns brown and is undrinkable. Persistent contamination of drinking and domestic water in school water supply over many years. There have been incidences of illness and even death associated.


  • WIR Technical Manager acts as mentor to WIR Intern to investigate what solutions could apply to the school

  • WIR intern consults with young women in Queens College to get personal stories related to water problems and pictures

  • WIR intern produces a series of 6 reports with pictures for a German audience, and presents them online and in person.

  • WIR intern will involve 3-5 other young women in Lagos, Germany and other countries in sharing their own water stories (500€ honorarium each)

  • Water will be tested to determine chemical composition

  • Interviews with school leadership will illuminate institutional challenges

  • Intervention plan will be designed which may include equipment upgrades; completely new system; better maintenance practices; better financial administration for example

  • Budget and bill of quantities will be created.

  • WIR Culture of Maintenance service contract budget will be proposed

Exit plan

We anticipate requiring an additional €30,000 to implement solution including WIR service contract for ongoing maintence.


  • 4.000 young women


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If you're interested in learning more about our water project and how you can make an impact, we encourage you to contact us. Our water project aims to address critical issues related to water scarcity and quality, with a focus on providing clean and safe drinking water to communities in need. Water and sanitation is human right, and we're committed to working towards this goal through our project. By working together, we can create lasting change and improve the lives of those who are most in need.



Together for water and sanitation as a human right

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