WATER FOR LEKKI PHASE II OSAPA LONDON, LAGOS, NIGERIA
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Hello, I am Denise M. Williams.
This proposal would elect to provide potable water for consumption by the public, and immediate community.
In this specific location, the weather conditions brings rain and heavy flooding, without pervious pavements to collect and treat the water, the community is further at a deficit with the supply of clean water.
Service provided by Raha Solutions would create both economic and sanitary benefits for the immediate community.
With aime to supply water for the local residents to collect water for person use, bottled water for retail sales, and flavored water with infused local and indigenous fruits native to Lagos, Nigeria.
We look forward to this opportunity to work with Raha Solutions.
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When you fill in and post form above, you will share about logos and barcodes that you frequently see on trash or on receipts …&c –– the same receipts that you get after paying for anything anywhere (Asia, North America, South America, Europe, Australia, Africa and Antarctica, Zealandia) — by pointing at the trash or receipts …&c with your phone camera.
16 nominees will be selected every week and the 16 nominees will get what they are nominate for (in other words, RaHaSolutions will give to 16 nominees every week) –– the pointing will help in the selection.
Although the pointing will make little difference to your day, it will unlock funding from other corporations that want to Accelerate UHC in favour of subsequent nominees.
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Just click on ‘Fund UHC Acceleration‘ below to fund.
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