Our Objectives

Short Term

In the short term, WRA will partner with Governmental Agencies, Departments, International
Institutions, Research Institutions and other major Stakeholders responsible for implementing
Water and Sanitation Policies to provide strategic support in the following domain:
– Policy formulation and advisory
– Advocacy
– Research
– Education and awareness creation
– Campaign for the conservation and preservation of the ecosystem and water bodies.
– Organizing symposium and forum for policy direction and education on climate change
and its impact on the global water table and the ecology.
WRA will effectively collaborate and support with research institutions to publish research
findings with the needed technical support and expertise. Provide one thousand boreholes to rural
and deprived communities in Africa within two years. WRA will also act as an advocate for the
protection of water – related ecosystems such as wetlands and rivers by engaging institutions and
stakeholders. Water and Sanitation Policy Forums will be organized quarterly to develop Water
Policies towards the attainment of the SDGs Goal 6. This will involve governments and key
stakeholders.

Medium Term

WRA will work closely with both internal and external Research teams to design cutting edge
technologies for waste water treatment to be provided for some identified communities in Africa,
including Rain Water harvesting for irrigational purposes. WRA will also engage stakeholders
against the indiscriminate disposal of solid and liquid waste into water bodies. A practice that is
common in rural Africa. Three thousand more boreholes will also be provided in the medium
term.

Long Term

In the long term, WRA will ensure that ten million more rural Africans has access to Clean, Safe
drinking Water and Sanitation by 2030.