Transforming Lives: HAI’s Sanitation Project Transforms Kola Community in Ifako-Ijaiye, Lagos
Hopesalive Initiative for Africa (HAI), a non-governmental organization dedicated to creating healthier communities, is thrilled to announce the successful completion of its sanitation project in the Kola community, Ifako-Ijaiye, Lagos.
As part of her Sustain Programme, this remarkable impact is made possible through the generous support of the HAI Community in Houston, Texas, and stands as a proof to the transformative power of collaborative efforts.
The project, which involved the construction of vital sanitation facilities, has made a memorable impact in the lives of the community’s residents. Access to clean and safe toilets not only enhance the overall health and well-being of the people but also promotes dignity and a better quality of life. It is a significant step towards achieving HAI’s mission to create a brighter, cleaner, and more sustainable future for all.
On the project, Hopesalive Initiative for Africa is deeply grateful to the HAI Community in Houston, Texas, and all of our supporters for believing in our cause. This project underscores the positive impact we can make when we work together to uplift communities.
“As always, HAI remains committed to continuing the journey towards improving the lives of those in need, one project at a time. This project demonstrates HAI’s dedication to creating lasting change and fostering healthier communities,” said Dr. Olori Temitope Enitan-Ogunwusi, the Deputy Convener, Hopesalive Initiative for Africa