What We Do

WDC has been undertaken and implementing programs along with its donor partners in various emergencies, livelihood sanitation and hygiene water disaster risk reduction, wildlife conservation, health and education amongst others the boarder WDC project activities include humanitarian and development

Water, sanitations and hygiene WASH Provision of water supply through water vouchers, Water trucking, Provision of bore hole fuel subsides, Rehabilitation of water sources (bore hole water systems shallow wells, earth pan and shallow wells and construction and promotion of latrines use.

Promotion and distribution and monitoring use of public health promotion support and sanitation, sanitary pads soaps. water storage  containers water purification tablets  training public health focusing on safe water handling and washing  and safe feacal disposal , public health promotions and operations and maintenance and community water sources, latrines, water tank, earth dam, distribution of house hold kits, training wash/workshop, boreholes and shallow water wells Preparedness and response to disease outbreaks (AWD) and floods response management.

Culture WDC is focusing inter-cultural dialog and exchanging views and notions between different cultures and a wide scope of  WDC activities covers the preparation and presentation of artistic projects, workshop work and activities in the field of education and the promotion of traditional culture and the preservation the indigenous culture.

Livelihood sector, Livestock sector support and improvement, Farming sector improvement

Natural resource management, Disaster risk reduction and early by a warning systems, Climate change adaption and environmental protection, Micro finance and IGA empowerment, Education

Child and women empowerment, Cash for work activities

Health programs Health and HIV/aids, Mobile health clinics, Prevention of female genital mutilation FGM, Reducing child birth mortality rate

Education WDC supports a range of educational programs undertaken by more than 50 of our Diaspora members mainly from North America. We particularly engage ourselves in distributing books to schools in south Gedo Somalia, equipping libraries, and seeking donor agencies may provide support in building schools for vulnerable IDPs so as to benefit girls and children. We also raise resources to support teachers and school administrators, conducting educational workshops, and providing scholarship.

Emergency programs Cash transfer, Water supply voucher, Provision NFI household kits, Water trucking, Relief and shelter provision, Floods , disease outbreak and disaster response

Human right and advocacy Child and women justice, Minority right, Child protection policy, Civil education and governance. WDC supports minority groups that seek to provide practical solutions to intractable social problems as well as those able to effect far-reaching social change

 Wildlife conservation Wildlife Protection, Integrity fresh water conservation

Peace building and conflict resolution Empowerment community peace committees, Strengthen local capacity for peace, Holistic peace Research at grass root level & social criminology security study

Gender WDC the Children affirm the need to compensate for existing inequities by making a conscious effort to support women and girls in our programs. The ravages of poverty continue to afflict many, but all of us should be concerned with the alarming feminization of poverty. WDC the Children will continue to advocate for women at macro levels in our work with the U.N. and other networking as well as in our on-the-scene anti-poverty initiatives and programs.