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  The Nigerian government on Sunday called on domestic and foreign investors to maximize business opportunities in the sanitation sector for the socio economic development of the nation The Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Water Resources Ms Didi Walson Jack made this call in an interview with the Nigerian News Agency in Abuja This is part of the preparations for the upcoming World Toilet Summit which will take place in Abuja According to her investors and exhibitors can contribute their share in the sanitation value chain and earn money from sanitary innovations and investment activities innovations technologies and products Walson Jack said Participants will have the opportunity to walk the exhibition field view the exhibits and interact with the exhibitors about their products and fully explore the sanitation value chain The summit will facilitate knowledge sharing and policy engagement on sanitation with the aim of developing and strengthening cross sectoral and cross sectoral linkages for the delivery of improved and sustainable sanitation services In addition to everything I have said the Summit is expected to spark an African revolution in the toilet which will help accelerate the national campaign in Nigeria with extension to the entire continent Walson Jack said that improving collaboration between stakeholders was crucial in driving accelerated access to sustainable sanitation services He said that through an enabling environment for the provision of sanitation services through the involvement of the private sector Nigeria would achieve accelerated progress in the Clean Nigeria Campaign for an Open Defecation Free Nigeria by 2025 recalls that Nigeria will be the second country in Africa to host the summit on November 18 19 with the theme Towards innovations in sanitation for economic development The summit is being organized by Nigeria the Organized Private Sector in Water Sanitation and Hygiene PAHO WASH and the World Toilet Organization www news ng edited peanut Source Credit NAN
Nigeria woos investors into sanitation value chain

The Nigerian government on Sunday called on domestic and foreign investors to maximize business opportunities in the sanitation sector for the socio-economic development of the nation.

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Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Water Resources

The Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Ms. Didi Walson-Jack, made this call in an interview with the Nigerian News Agency in Abuja.

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World Toilet Summit

This is part of the preparations for the upcoming World Toilet Summit, which will take place in Abuja.

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According to her, investors and exhibitors can contribute their share in the sanitation value chain and earn money from sanitary innovations and investment activities, innovations, technologies and products.

Walson-Jack said: “Participants will have the opportunity to walk the exhibition field, view the exhibits and interact with the exhibitors about their products and fully explore the sanitation value chain.

“The summit will facilitate knowledge sharing and policy engagement on sanitation with the aim of developing and strengthening cross-sectoral and cross-sectoral linkages for the delivery of improved and sustainable sanitation services.

“In addition to everything I have said, the Summit is expected to spark an African revolution in the toilet, which will help accelerate the national campaign in Nigeria with extension to the entire continent.”

Walson-Jack said that improving collaboration between stakeholders was crucial in driving accelerated access to sustainable sanitation services.

Clean Nigeria Campaign

He said that through an enabling environment for the provision of sanitation services through the involvement of the private sector, Nigeria would achieve accelerated progress in the Clean Nigeria Campaign for an Open Defecation Free Nigeria by 2025.

recalls that Nigeria will be the second country in Africa to host the summit on November 18-19, with the theme: ‘Towards innovations in sanitation for economic development’.

Organized Private Sector in Water

The summit is being organized by Nigeria, the Organized Private Sector in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (PAHO-WASH) and the World Toilet Organization. (www,news,ng)

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