Wilson Atumeyi is an anti-corruption activist and a communication specialist with over 5 years of experience working across diverse sectors in the development space to achieve better life outcomes for marginalised and vulnerable communities. Wilson Atumeyi is the founder of WaterWide, an initiative that tracks government spending for water and sanitation and amplifies the voices of people living in rural communities in Nigeria. Poor access to water and sanitation are linked to the transmission of diseases such as cholera, diarrhoea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid, and polio. Absent, inadequate, or inappropriately managed water and sanitation services expose individuals to preventable health risks. This is particularly the case in health care facilities where both patients and staff members are placed at additional risk of infection and disease when water, sanitation, and hygiene services are lacking. Globally, 15% of patients develop an infection during a hospital stay, with the proportion much greater in low-income countries. Through the incubator, Wilson intends to expand and develop the work of WaterWide.