Safe Water for Delta Region Kids Project

30 million Niger Delta residents drink from this river.

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Problem 1

100% of donations goes to project

ABOUT US

SWEERGLOBAL is a registered Bayelsan organization of young volunteers committed to stopping increasing infant mortality deaths in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria.

OUR MISSION is to stop the increasing maternal mortality rate of infants and pregnant women in the Delta Region of Nigeria as a result of drinking toxic and contaminated river and ground water. Partnering with or supporting us will save lives.

UNICEF STATISTICS

Almost 90 per cent of child deaths from diarrhoeal diseases are directly linked to contaminated water, lack of sanitation, or inadequate hygiene.

- UNICEF  

Solutions

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Mortality rate Interventions
Pollution
Management
Water Purification
Waste Management

SWEERGLOBAL TEAM MEETS WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES

SWEERGLOBAL CEO Dr. Thaddaeus Thompson with Tungbo-Ebe Chief Poubinafa

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Problem 2

Clean Air Technology

Restoring the Niger Delta air quality is a future investment for generations to come

Water Purification Plant

Branding

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Newly Released Watly 4.0

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Face-reader Water Dispenser

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Introducing Watly 4.0

Inventor Marco Antonio Attisani explains the newly released Watly 4.0 Thermodynamic Computerized Water Purification Model to partner Dr. Thaddaeus Thompson, Founder/CEO of SWEERGLOBAL.COM

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Marco Attisani, Founder/WEO Watly

Dr. Thaddaeus Thompson (R)

 
We Provide
Environmental
Solutions
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Plastic bottles waste

Problem 3

SWEERGLOBAL Unveils plan To Assist Flood

Tonwei Refinery

OUR PARTNERS

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Latest News

Firm Sets To Provide N’Delta Communities With Clean Drinking Water

Published on June 18, 2018

ByAbuja, Ebriku John Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Thaddeus Thompson, PhD.

Founder/CEO SWEERGLOBAL

 

A firm called Safewater Energy and Environmental Restoration Ltd (SWEER), Monday, disclosed its readiness to provide Niger Delta communities with clean drinking water.

This was made known by the founder and chief executive officer, SWEER, Dr Thaddaeus Thompson, while expressing concern over the lack of clean water for human consumption for the Niger Delta region.

 

Thompson said the people in the area deserve the purest of waters for their wellbeing and other uses being the hub for the nation’s revenue generation for over five decades. 

According to him people should not continue to get water from undrinkable ponds and unprotected wells that are haven to all kinds of micro and deadly organisms, which some livestock and humans share the dirty water together, which they trek miles in search of water to survive in this 21st century.

Safewater Energy & Environment Restoration Ltd specializes in Drinking Water Purification, Disaster Recovery, Environmental Restoration, Rural Electrification, Network/Internet Solutions, and Drones & Logistics Management.

 

He said: “Communities in the Niger Delta region have suffered lack of access to clean drinking water since 1956 after the discovery of oil in commercial quantity, which the expectation was high that the proceeds from the Niger Delta region would be used to transform their lives being the geese that lay the golden eggs, but the reverse remains the case. Read more

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Problem 4

Rainforest

Deforestation

Join SWEERGLOBAL to protect the Niger Delta Rain Forest in Balyelsa State, Nigeria from deforestation.

Become A Partner

OUR PARTNERS

Partner with us to empower the dejected population of hardworking Nigerians who for years have been denied basic amenities such as clean air, clean water, electricity, affordable internet access, and the ability to provide 3-square meals a day. Water is commercially highly viable; given the market potential of nearly 200 million inhabitants and their buying power. Nigerians rank among the highest purified water consumers in the world. Our humanitarian projects which places the interest of the impoverished Nigerian population first, through job-creation has been greeted with high enthusiasm by all levels of government (Federal, State, Local) and the local population.