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R3 (Remediate-Reclaim-Recycle)-Naija

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R3 (Remediate-Reclaim-Recycle)-Naija

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Countries: Germany
Regions: Rhine
Organization SDGs:
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Water Quality (SDG 6.3)
Integrated Water Resource Management (SDG 6.5)
Water-Related Disaster Management (SDG 11.5)
Sustainable Production (SDG 12.4)
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Groundwater
Org. Type: NGO / Civil Society
Org. Size: Very Small (1-9 Employees)
Language: English
Org. Website: www.facebook.com/R3Naija/?ref=bookmarks
Profile Completion: 70%

Organization Overview

Our mission is to help to remediate, reclaim and recycle the dilapidated and affected water bodies in Nigeria and West-Africa.

R3-Naija is a project that was founded on facebook in the year 2015 immediately I gained admmisiion in the oldest mining university in the world (Technical University of Freiberg). The aim and goal is to use my acquired skills and computer competency in creating a model that will help to totally eliminate the affected and polluted water p...

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Our mission is to help to remediate, reclaim and recycle the dilapidated and affected water bodies in Nigeria and West-Africa.

R3-Naija is a project that was founded on facebook in the year 2015 immediately I gained admmisiion in the oldest mining university in the world (Technical University of Freiberg). The aim and goal is to use my acquired skills and computer competency in creating a model that will help to totally eliminate the affected and polluted water problems in Nigeria (Naija) starting from the Western parts of Lagos to the Southern parts of Nigeria.

Nigeria is one of the largest country in Africa with a population of about 200 million. The q use of water resources in Nigeria have being adversely affected due to the high dependency on water resources without proper consideration to the environmental effects. The saline-water intrusion in the western parts of Lagos and Oil-spillage in the Southern parts of Ogoni-land have contributed to the pollution of the whole water resources within and outside the Country.

Therefore, I started this campaign and awareness to educate and alert the whole world at large, on the urgency and need for these affected water resources to be saved from further imminent danger.

This dream would be actualized, if I can join like minds and experts in the water sectorn by seeking for financial and economic support. I have a lot to achieve with this projects asides from the water resources aspect. With this project, I also intend to extend the reclamation to the oil and mining sectors while the recylcing will help to eliminate the plastic pollution blocking the free flow of our water resources. Thanks

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Callistus Obunadike
Hydrogeologist, Groundwater Manager and Sustainable Mining Geoscientist


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