Women at Work International (WAWI) is a Non Government Organization Founded by the Legendary: Halima Namakula & registered in Uganda in 2003 with the main purpose of improving the quality life of women through health and income improvement. WAWI was registered by a group of female Ugandan artists, as a way of using entertainment to educate women and improve their well being. Over the years WAWI has registered over 45,000 members and it has made a great impact in the lives of women in Uganda.
Our Specific Objectives: To create awareness about HIV/AIDS management among the Most At Risk Women •To improve access to health care for women and children. •To enable women improve their income levels. •To enhance the health wellbeing of women. •Improve the physical and mental health of pregnant and parenting women and their infants. •Assist in reducing infant mortality by decreasing the percentage of pre-term births. •To establish strategic partnerships with other development partnerships to facilitate effective implementation of the program.
WAWI works with the Most At Risk Women, Youths, Widows and Orphans with an aim of improving their quality of life. WAWI's major areas of focus are; HIV/AIDS awareness, diagnosis and treatment through refer wawi.or.ug/rwawi.or.ug/ sexual and reproductive health and economic development among women. Our aim is to encourage our young women to be responsible through honesty, respect, independence, fairness and commitment. We instill a drive for lifelong learning, while we encourage them to better themselves throughout their lives.
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