500 homegrown heroes
Since 2015 we have served over 500 children and adults, through the use of locally hired staff and volunteer efforts.
the WWO approach
Identify the unique needs of orphaned children in institutional and community settings and address those needs through medical, developmental, psychosocial and educational programs that are respectful of cultural norms.
Nurture orphaned children with love and attention, which is every child's birthright, so they may grow, learn, play and, ultimately, lead productive and dignified adult lives.
Encourage strategic partnerships with like-minded organizations, both in-country and internationally, so WWO can extend its reach, use its resources effectively and ensure sustainability.
a holistic approach to address the needs of children comprehensively
WWO U.S.A. believes in good practices to ensure quality in our performance and fidelity to program interventions. As we invariably work in partnership with local service providers, the ultimate goal of our programs is the transition of intervention models and best practices. We also seek to empower our partners to lead in the efforts to affect positive change in vulnerable children and families and take full ownership of the intervention as WWO transitions to new areas of need. In order to facilitate the transition, an effective and fully functioning system of MEAL must be in place at the beginning of each partnership. Partners are expected to play an active role in the entire project cycle, including identifying needs, implementing and monitoring quality of interventions, and conducting periodical review and evaluation with support from WWO. WWO and its partners are fully committed to accountability for transparency, compliance and good governance of the programs.