Our main goal is to engage in long term development work, build resilience, respond to emergency conditions, and pursue to address the root causes of poverty through development networks, education and advocacy work.
World Action Fund was first established in Uganda in 2014 and South Sudan in 2018 as indegenous organisations in these countries to support humanitarian projects, combat climate change, education and promotes health of communities.
Our conservation efforts are geared toward sustaining the environment for a better leaving, a 12month project supported by United States Embassy Kampala on “reducing carbon emission through afforestation in Imvepi refugee settlement and hosting communities” changed many lives within the communities, and as an organisation more experiences were got in carbon credits knowledge.
Uganda stands loosing its forest cover if not protected and conserved
World Action Fund planted 24,000 trees species in Imvepi refugee settlement to replace the deforested trees and fruit trees for the communities livelihood incomes
Provide support to all the needy
To engage in long term development works, build resilience, respond to emergency conditions, and pursue to address the root causes of poverty through development networks, education and advocacy work
World Action Fund was founded by Peter Odama the main vision bearer and with 6 member Board of directors, in response to the resolve major sufferings within the communities in Uganda and beyond.
Becoming World Action Fund Volunteer
Over time, it was not just aid that was delivered, but WAF volunteers—responding quickly with pragmatic and effective solutions—whose work became the impetus for taking the organisation in a new direction. In 2017, huge influx of refugees in Uganda, that triggered support from our partners and volunteers
Hunger and poverty continue to devastate lives in Uganda and we continue to respond. Sadly, WAF’s work is needed now more than ever. We focus on the following areas: Emergency, Health, Education, Environment and Livelihoods. Our work is funded by members of the public, the government and institutional and private donors.
Secondary Prevention of Disabilities in the West Nile Region