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We are ensuring Rural women do have access to the 750,000 clean cookstoves and 18,000 wonderbags that was promised by the federal government in November 2014
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Traveling to remote communities, setting up events, managing projects and coordinating volunteers all require dedicated, paid, effort. By making a regular donation you ensure we can maintain and expand our work.

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In Gutsura, Zamfara, a flood proned Northwestern Village in Nigeria, 3,000 Citizens needs to be Relocated before the next rainy season!
Total Funding
  Indigo Trust - £9,648 in 2013
Heinrich Boll Stiftung Nigeria - Euros 9,442 (For the Open Data
Conference) in 2014
Heinrich Boll Stiftung Nigeria - Euros 18, 267 (6 months period for FTM projects) in 2014
Open Society Initiative for West Africa - $10,000 for tracking federal government expenditures in 2014
Partnership on Open Data (Open Knowledge Foundation, World Bank, and Open Data Institute)
$1, 000 for winning the best data impact story in 2014
$5,000 for the Open Data Party Abuja in 2014
In Bagega, Zamfara state we made sure 1,500 lead poisoned children now have access to health care and treatment
Hundreds of victims of the 2012 floods haven't been compensated from the funds promised by the federal government.
In 2014, we made sure 115 pupils in Eyele LGA Primary School had access to new classroom in place of the tree tents they learn from