Strengthening of Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement by WATERLIGHT SAVE INITIATIVE. It was a ground-breaking outreach today April, 3rd, 2021, in Javino Area of Gauraka, Niger State, as the Project Implementation Team for The Waterlight Save Initiative embarked on her "feed the widows" community-based project, to reach out to the extremely marginalized and vulnerable widows in the Javino community of Niger State. The "Feed the widows" project is part of the outlined projects already earmarked for the year's budget, which was birthed as a result of the adverse effect of the global pandemic that handicapped the socio-economic growth and development of our Nation. It is aimed at strengthening and promoting the widow's self sustenance, reliance and also cushion the effect of the invisible enemy, COVID 19. Unanimously, the "feed the widows" community-based project, is in consonance with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, Global goal (2) zero hunger, which would reduce hunger to its bearest minimal and regain the sustainable resilience for the community-based widows. Speaking with the Co-founder of Waterlight Save Initiative, Atuanya Michael who re-echoed the state of the non-profit organisation with a special focus on African development. He said "We have a track record of reaching the unreached communities in Africa with various targeted community based Humanitarian projects and initiatives". In his remark, he mentioned that the organisation is embarking on a state by state developmental project in Nigeria. "Our goal is to provide safe/clean drinkable water in the many unreached communities (rural areas) across the country. In today's covid world where we've all had to adjust to the new normal, washing of hands, and the consumption of safe/clean water cannot be over-emphasize in preventing and managing infectious diseases. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), safe water supplies, hygienic sanitation and good water management are fundamental to global health. One-tenth of global disease could be prevented by access to safe water and improving water management to reduce risks of water-borne infectious diseases. So, ensuring that rural communities in Nigeria have unrestricted access to safe water is a guaranteed way to curb and ultimate eradicate the spread of covid-19 and other infectious diseases, this is our mission. Concerning the above stated, we wish to appeal for your support and partnership in this journey. We can't do it alone. With your financial and/or material support, together, we can help save lives."