Like many organizations who have made the advocacy on climate change and #ClimateAction their everyday pursuit as they seek to ensure our planet is livable and conducive for all, MUDA Africa embarked on one of such historic paths to inform Abuja residents on the dangers of poor waste disposal and the threats it poses to our existence. 

The advocacy drive was initiated by ReesAfrica in collaboration with SustyVibe. It was also a great platform for MUDA Africa to show their love for mother earth and to also engage shop owners on the need to ensure proper disposal of waste while advising them on best practices.

The activity which was held on Saturday the 17th of August, 2019 saw participants take up sensitization and cleaning exercises around the ever-busy Dutse market in Abuja. Volunteers who were mainly youths in their 20s had to wait for over two hours for the rain to subside, before embarking on the eventful exercise, one which was worth every time spent. The event also featured little …

What's the Fuss about Water?

The importance of clean water cannot be overemphasized! It is really sad that access to clean and freshwater, sanitation, and hygiene has been and is still a huge challenge in developing nations in particular. In 2010, the United Nations’ General Assembly recognized water and sanitation as human rights.

      Did You Know That? An individual can go about a month without food, but can only about a week without water.Water is the most common substance found on earth.Water makes up about 66 percent of the human body.According to the United Nations, two-thirds of the world’s population is projected to face water scarcity by 2025.Excessive consumption of water can cause “water intoxication” and lead to fatal cerebral and pulmonary edema.90% of freshwater is frozen and located in Antarctica so we only use 10% of our freshwater sourcesContaminants from human waste are the most common contaminant in water and 11% of the world’s population do not have access to clean water sources.Our brains are…

Waste Management in Nigeria.

Solid waste management is the most pressing environmental challenge faced by urban and rural areas of Nigeria. Nigeria, with a population exceeding 190 million, is one of the largest producers of solid waste in Africa. Despite a host of policies and regulations, solid waste management in the country is assuming alarming proportions with each passing day.

Nigeria generates more than 32 million tons of solid waste annually, out of which only 20-30% is collected. Reckless disposal of MSW has led to blockage of sewers and drainage networks and choking of water bodies. Most of the wastes are generated by households and in some cases, by local industries, artisans and traders which litters the immediate surroundings. Improper collection and disposal of municipal wastes are leading to an environmental catastrophe as the country currently lack adequate budgetary provisions for the implementation of integrated waste management programs across the States.

Lagos State Scenario

Lagos State, the c…

Effects of Water Pollution

Water is a fundamental human need. Most living things—humans and ecosystems—depend on the availability of clean water. Water is an amazing all-purpose element that is the foundation of our everyday life. From cooking to cleaning, and a variety of other things, but most importantly survival; water is a fundamental human need. Yet, millions of people in the world are living without access to safe water supply, and thousands die each year from a water-related disease. ‍ Polluted water isn’t just dirty—it’s deadly. Some 1.8 million people die every year of diarrheal diseases like cholera. Tens of millions of others are seriously sickened by a host of water-related ailments—many of which are easily preventable. The United Nations considers universal access to clean water a basic human right, and an essential step towards improving living standards worldwide. Freshwater sources around the world are threatened by water pollution. Not only are we managing our resources poorly through wastag…

Solving Africa’s Water Crisis

The “Water crisis” across the continent persists. In Nigeria; one of the fastest developing countries in Africa, less than 80% of the population have access to safe drinking water. This results in the spread of often fatal epidemics like cholera, cryptosporidiosis, and poliomyelitis (to name a few). Every year, the frequency of this epidemics continue to rise as more and more individuals move to congested areas that lack the right infrastructure to provide safe drinking water.

‍ Our clean water campaign is on a mission to provide access to clean water throughout Africa. We believe that by providing affordable access to drinking water we can help eliminate the transmission and recidivism of water-borne illnesses. At MUDA Africa, we are dedicated to ensuring that clean drinking water is provided to all communities across Africa. We provide world-class water management solutions to clients. We ensure that our 100% customized solution is tailored to meet and exceeds all demands and stand…

Everyone Deserves #CleanWater

Safe accessible water is essential for the health of every individual. In fact, it can be a matter of life and death. However, nearly one billion people do not have access to clean, safe water; and according to the World Health Organization (WHO), water scarcity affects 1 in 3 people in the African Region!
Many who have easy access to clean water cannot fathom the mental and physical stress faced by those who do not. Have you ever tried going an entire day without clean water? Or walking over 30 minutes away from home to fetch clean water and then all the way back with a jerrycan weighing anything between 40 - 70 pounds? Now imagine doing this every day for 3 hours (or more) in a day, and then having to manage the water you retrieved with your entire family. It is not a life anyone hopes for but one that is experienced by millions.


According to the UN, Sub-Saharan Africa alone loses 40 billion hours per year collecting water. Furthermore, women and children are…