1. Increased awareness on the content of the National Policies And Guidelines on Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene Practices in Nigeria and the National Water Sanitation Polices
  2. Increased Behaviour Change for environmental regulations compliance
  3. Increased inclination to sound Sanitation and Hygiene practices in Schools, Work places, Households and public places.
  4. Increased awareness of the nature, causes of and answers (responses) to named environmental hazards/disasters.
  5. Selected public sanitary infrastructures built, maintained and/or upgraded
  6. Renewable Energy Laboratories established, operated and maintained in selected Schools and Colleges, across the States.
  7. Wealth creating skills acquired by the youths.
  8. Drastic reduction of carbon emission by generators, motor engines, etc.

  1. 9.    Unemployment drastically reduced, as over 1,200 youths (600 females + 600 males) recruited, trained and deployed as Environmental Ethics & Safety Marshalls within the first year of the programme, with prospects of a minimum of 50% increase in each subsequent year.

10.  Public order and peace enhanced across the land.



  • Successfully recruited, trained and engaged youths, in gender equity, on Environmental Ethics & Safety Education and Enlightenment programmes in some States, including the FCT.
  • Mid-wifed the establishment of Area Councils Sanitation & Hygiene Committees in the 6 Area Councils of the FCT, now full-fledged Departments with substantive Heads.

Participated and made presentation at the Public Hearing on a “A BILL FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL, ETC., ESTABLISHMENT ACT, 2002, at the Federal House of Representatives.


  1. A sizeable number of skilled Corps Members.
  2. Skilled Instructors in reasonable numbers.
  3. Viable environmental/economic projects that touch on the lives of all strata of the society.
  4. Morale of workforce is at all-time high, due to our commitment to the under-lying philosophy of “Service To Humanity.”



  1. 1.    Inadequate funding for ear-marked project