What We Do ?
Promote sustainable development programs for the improvement of food security, health, drinking water, education, environments, humanitarian aids, social housing and infrastructural facilities , hospital Centre, schools, with particular emphasis on the needs of women and youth;
Develop rural financial services as grants through local partners, NGOs, and CBOs to improve access to isolated populations;
Capacity building in support of decentralized decision-making processes for participatory rural development;
Natural resources management and the environment, with emphasis on supporting anti-decertification initiatives;
Raise public awareness, resource mobilizations and communications support programs;
Promote portal facilities for NGO Network to support and promote the Global Agenda campaigns ;
WFWO Mission Statement
To foster the enabling environment in which WFWO will successfully mobilize the resources required achieving its mandate.
1. Determine Opportunities with Current and Potential Contributors and events
Analyze the orientation of governments, private sector and potential contributors to WFWO; determine the links between their aid priorities and the mandate of WFWO.
2. Establish Strategic Partnerships
Establish and make operational partnership strategies aiming at specific objectives to be realized together with civil society organizations, private sector, international financial institutions and multilateral organizations including the UN family. Mobilize resources through governments and private sector. Trust Funds to enable partnership; lever contributions; establish co-funded projects; demonstrate the potential of WFWO innovations. Stimulate and host special initiatives that can widen WFWO’ network; complement its mandate; attract additional funding; have WFWO and partners effecting global policies and actions of other organizations and deepen its stakeholders and intergovernmental relationships.
3. WFWO Position for Effectiveness
Establish and make operational a corporate Information and Communication Strategy targeting people and organizations that are in the right position to influence decisions and opinions fundamental to the realization of WFWO’s objectives. Manage WFWO functions in creation of regional networks. Facilitate participation in global and national activities that can further sustain WFWO’s mission.
4. What does the WFWO do?
WFWO’s Aid enables the world’s poorest people to gain access to food security, drinking water, health, education, micro credit program, and provides a small grants to local communities to contribute to the sustainable humanitarian development programs in developing countries. These basic human rights underpin health, education, water, livelihoods and form the first, essential step in overcoming poverty.
WFWO’s work closely with local partners with knowledge local issues, in order to provides technical assistance and skills to support local communities set up and manage practical and sustainable the WFWO programs that meet their real needs.
WFWO’s also campaign locally and internationally to raise public awareness on global issues, and resources mobilization to implement its mandate, and to mobilize people and build alliances with diverse partners, private sector, NGOs, CBOs, international organizations, linking grassroots, national and global struggles change policy, in order to contribute and promote the implementation of the Eight Millennium Development Goals objectives (MDGs) by 2015 new sustainable development Goals SDGS and Global Agenda.