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#RehabilitateYadakwari – Tracking the Rehabilitation of Mechanized Borehole in Yadakwari, Garun Malam LGA

Yadakwari is an agrarian community in Garun Mallam Local Government Area with a population of 16,000. And ninety percent of the community natives are farmers. The majority of the mechanized boreholes in the community are not functional. This unfortunate development has greatly affected agriculture and other socio-economic activities in the community. Thus, Garun Mallam Local Government Council promised to rehabilitate all the mechanized boreholes in Yadakwari. We have initiated #RehabilitateYadakwari campaign to track the rehabilitation of the mechanized boreholes to be executed by Garun Mallam Local Government Council. We hereby invite the general public to get involved in #RahabilitateYadakwari Campaign. Join us on this to ensure Yadakwari gets a functional mechanized borehole  via ifollowthemoney.org or send an email to...

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#ConstructFarawa – Tracking the Construction of Primary Health Care Center in Farawa, Kumbotso LGA

Farawa is a community in Kumbotso LGA with a population size of about 25,000 inhabitants. The community lacks a functional healthcare facility, while it is also difficult to access the facility.  At night, the community members often have to transport their patient to the nearest overcrowded healthcare facility of the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital in Kano Metropolis for adequate and professional treatment.    In view of the above challenges, Kano state government has promised to build a befitting hospital in the community. Thus; we initiated #ConstructFarawa campaign to track the construction of the hospital at Farawa to be executed by Kumbotso Local Government Council. We hereby invite the general public to get involved in #ConstructFarawa Campaign. Join us on this to ensure Farawa gets a befitting hospital via ifollowthemoney.org or send an email to...

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#EquipMachina – Tracking the construction of a Primary Healthcare Center with solar powered borehole in Machina, Machina Local Government

Machina community is the local government headquarters of Machina LGA with a single health facility serving 10,000-11,000 population. The facility has no electricity, medical doctor or nurse, and is being managed by the community health workers. While its also difficult to access the facility at night, the community members most of the times have to transport their patient to Federal Medical Centre Nguru for proper treatment. We have initiated #EquipMachina campaign to track the construction of a PHC with solar-powered borehole at Machina to be executed by the Border Communities Development Agency (BCDA). We invite the public to get involved in the campaign today. Help us in this campaign so that. Machina people will have access to good healthcare facility through construction of the healthcare facility. Join us on...

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#EducateJakusko – Tracking the construction of six blocks of classroom with solar powered borehole in Jakusko, Jakusko LGA

Jakusko community has a population of 15000 – 17000 est and is one of the communities with a high number of enrolled children in schools in Yobe State. The community has three primary schools. Out of the three, Central Primary School alone serve 3325 pupils, and the schools lack chairs, classrooms and other infrastructure. Jakusko is located in Zone C Yobe State Senatorial district with the majority of the community being Bade followed by Kanuri. Jakusko shares a border with Bade and Karasuwa Local Governments. We have initiated #EducateJakusko campaign to track the construction of six blocks of classrooms with solar-powered borehole in Jakusko to be implemented by the Border Communities Development Agency (BCDA). We invite the public to get involved in the campaign today. Help us in this campaign so that Jakusko children will have access to a conducive learning environment through the construction of more classrooms in the school and providing them with access to water. Join us on...

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#EducateNisama- Tracking NGN 38 Million for the Construction and Rehabilitation of Nisama Primary School

The information gotten by the Follow The Money team during its data mining showed that the total sum of NGN 38,288,052.00 million (USD 125,185.71 est) was appropriated for the construction and rehabilitation of facilities in Nisama primary school, Nisama at Jema’a’a of Kaduna State. The project is financed through the  UBEC/SUBEB 2014 annual intervention and the project contractor is Mantankadi Global Ventures Limited. Presently the school has a total number of 422 pupils, to our amazement all they have is two tiny toilets shared by the pupils and teachers. We are starting the #EducateNisama campaign to help track the implementation...

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