Since the founding of WEFA, in times of disaster, hardship, war and natural catastrophes, we have taken it upon ourselves to create a secure environment for children left unprotected and alone through our relief works. The core principle of our orphan support works lay on preparing every child for their future by ensuring they become strong, educated and positive adults. We continue to support them until we believe they are able to do so themselves. Until then, we guarantee love and compassion in their lives.
WEFA International Humanitarian Aid Organisation has ordained itself the mission to help children who have in the hands of natural and man-made disasters experienced hardship, and aims to reach out to orphans before those who take advantage (like human traffickers) do so. We accommodate these children until we ensure they have safe shelter, whether with a family member, a relative or an independent shelter.
WEFA takes the necessary measures to ensure that children orphaned by war, poverty or natural disaster are not forced out of the culture in which they grew up in due to a change of environment. We make sure that safe and secure shelter is provided for them to the best of our ability. For this reason, all of our orphanages take into consideration both cultural and social factors in the upbringing of children, making sure that they grow up in an environment full of love, peace and compassion where all their fundamental needs are provided for them.
We inspect our projects on-site; wherever our orphans, care families and orphanages are, we go. During our regular inspections at our orphanages, we check the conditions of the system in place, the physical condition as well as healthy and safety of the building, the level at which clothings, health and education needs of the orphans are being met, the psychological, social and advisory services of the orphanage are revised and ensured it is at a good standard.
WEFA International Humanitarian Aid Organisation has opened 7 orphanages located in Pakistan, Togo, Burkina Faso, Bangladesh, and Somalia as well as schools for orphans in Tanzania and Burkina Faso.