Getting Infrastructures Right

Network For Africa Infrastructural Development and Transparency (NAIDAT) is a (non-profit) Civil Organisation aimed at promoting investment and growth of infrastructure that have transformative potentials for the enhancement of quality livelihood and sustainability.

Our Vision

Promoting investment in infrastructure to achieve rapid economic and human capital development..

Our Mission

Improving standards of living through initiatives and advocacy for community driven-development.

Our Mandate

Promoting active participation and public awareness campaigns, in reducing myriads of infrastructural deficit that hampers economic empowerment and sustainable development.

We are sincerely committed not only to improve access to basic Health Services in the rural community but to drastically reduce higher maternal and child mortality rate. Improving the health and welfare of women and children as well as reducing doctor to patient ratio. Also to improve immunization and environmental sanitation.



Our organization is determined to bring out of school children into the classroom, to increase access and improve quality learning as well as getting children motivated and prepared to learn because every Nigerian child or youth deserves to achieve their full potential and the quality basic education is key to unlocking it. There is no doubt that education eliminate extreme poverty and create shared opportunity and prosperity.


Poor access to improved water and sanitation in Nigeria remains a major contributing factor to high morbidity and mortality rate among children under five. The use of contaminated drinking water and poor sanitary conditions result in increased vulnerability to water-borne diseases

The network for Africa infrastructural development and transparency (NAIDAT) is committed to providing an efficient and effective community access to clean portable water.

One of the major problem which lead to African under-development is the lack of infrastructure and poor Infrastructural facilities.Virtually all aspects of Nigerian infrastructure are in deplorable condition and its Infrastructural deficit is huge in billions of US dollars per annum.participatory and integrated community driven development would not be neglected.

Mathias Ezenwaka

Executive Direcor

NAIDAT Fights Against Bad Infrastructure!!!

Stand Against Bad Infrastructure

There is a huge need and a huge opportunity to get everyone in the world connected, to give everyone a voice and to help transform society for the future. The scale of the technology and infrastructure that must be built is unprecedented, and we believe this is the most important problem we can focus on.

Mike Stuart

Head of Sales , Intel