Daurama Foundation Restores Access to Clean Water at Kuchingoro IDP Camp

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In its bid to significantly improving quality of life at the Kuchingoro Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp, Abuja, Daurama Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), over the weekend, restored access to clean and portable water for the camp residents.

Dr. Samira Buhari, Founder, Daurama Foundation while addressing residents of the Camp and journalists at the sidelines, said she was moved by the dire conditions, “Seeing the absence of clean water was heart-wrenching. It’s a basic necessity that no one should be deprived of, and the impact on the community, especially the women and children, who are already displaced from their original homes, was appalling.” She said.

Dr. Buhari stressed that her Foundation targets vulnerable people in deplorable organized communities, adding that people who probably don’t have access to things like clean drinkable water, are very susceptible to diseases like cholera, diarrhea and other waterborne diseases.

A resident, Aisha Babuna, who lamented the situation, said, “Without clean water, our daily lives were filled with hardship. We couldn’t cook, clean, or even drink safely. Our children were constantly at risk of diseases,” Aisha complained to Daura Foundation team during an earlier visit.

Responding, the Daurama Foundation’s Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) team immediately engaged with key stakeholders, including the camp’s chairman and secretary, to devise a sustainable solution. After thorough consultations, it was decided that repairing the existing boreholes would be the most effective approach.

Dr. Samira Buhari who was delighted over the development said the team collaborated with local experts and ensured the repairs were done swiftly and effectively.

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She said her Foundation was able to restore happiness to residents of Kuchingoro IDP camp for restoring their access to clean and safe water once again, adding, the impact of this project has been profound.

The Founder, Daura Foundation said the desire of her Foundation is to remains steadfast in its commitment to supporting communities in need. “This project exemplifies our dedication to enhancing health and well-being through practical and impactful initiatives. By addressing the basic needs of vulnerable populations, we strive to create sustainable change and improve lives.” Dr. Buhari assured.

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