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Welcome - SRDE Africa

SRDE is a non profit making, non- governmental organization whose programs and activities centers on building a  global healthy society where all men and women are fully empowered and developed, with special focus on rural population of the poor nations of Africa, Asia and South America.

Our vision
is a fully empowered and developed global human community where environmental sustainability, hygiene and sanitation consciousness, unhindered access to health education and delivery services, safe and quality drinking water are given prime considerations in people’s daily living
First West African Symposium on Water Hygiene and Sanitation
A Baseline Accessment Program Carried out in Obele High School
A Cross Section of SRDE Program Field Officers

Envirometal Sustainability Advocacy and Campaign

In no area of  life have we paid lip serve or better put, played to the gallery, in our campaign for the development and empowerment of the rural dwellers and the teeming young population, than in this single area of environmental sustainability.  The campaign is deafening, yet the irony is so betraying, and the evident failures are very glaring.  And if there is any area in which there is an urgent need for an aggressive re-orientation campaign, it is in this all important area of environmental sustainability


If there is any primary purpose for which SRDE was formed, it is to primarily respond more proactively to the evident global development/empowerment inequities hitting the poor nations of the world. Every other component of SRDE’s objective; health, environment, are  all aimed at helping the organization to meet this overall objective of   development/empowerment, with special focus on two primary target groups: the poor and illiterate rural dwellers living on less than a dollar per day, and the young population of productive age bracket roaming the streets of Africa, Asia and Latin America unemployed, uninformed, or even out rightly uneducated – typically underdeveloped and underpowered. 




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