Women at Work International (WAWI) is a Non Profit Organization registered in Uganda in 2003 with the main purpose of improving the quality life of women through Health and Income Improvement Projects.
WAWI was registered by a group of female Uganda artists Halima Namakula, Annette Nandujja, Sophie Gombya, Angela Kalule, and Rachel Senkebejje, as a way of using entertainment to educate women and children to improve their well being.
Over the yearsWAWI has worked with over Ten (10) reputable international non profitable organizations like Popular Services International (PSI), The British Council, USAID, AFFORD, and UNILEVER, to mention but a few. And the organization has made a great impact on over half a Million Women all over East Africa and also registered over Three Hundred (300) Members, of which One Hundred (100) Members are still active and are "Pay It Forward".
WAWI's major areas of focus are; HIV/AIDS awareness, STI/STD referrals, Family Planning, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Gender based violence, Alcohol and Substance Abuse as well as Economic Development through imparting vocational skills and business marketing and management as alternative income generating activities among women.
To improve the quality of life of women and children, helping them to overcome health issues in order to generate income.
To enhance the wellbeing of women and children through reproductive health facilitation and income improvement.