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WAWA Welfare Organization

Musa Nikka Public School & College Road, Wana, Lower South Waziristan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
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About Us

About Our Organization

Empowering Communities Through Sustainable Development

From the very beginning, we forged strong community bonds through goodwill events, tapping into the dedication of volunteers from diverse backgrounds. As champions of social inclusion, we provided opportunities for various ethnic and religious groups to actively contribute to improving the Human Development Index (HDI). Central to our mission was the mobilization of indigenous people, encouraging a progressive and participatory approach to local issues.

Legally registered as a nonprofit and non-political entity under the Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies Ordinance of 1961, we have consistently delivered impactful initiatives across education, health, the environment, and Human & Natural Resource Development (HNRD).

Our education initiatives are particularly noteworthy. We provide scholarships for higher education, enroll orphans and students in schools, and offer technical education scholarships. To date, we have sponsored secondary and higher education for more than 1100 students, including 120 women, and established the Zindawar School System, which educates over 1500 children in remote areas of South Waziristan. Additionally, the Umma Children Academy orphanage offers free education, boarding, and lodging to more than 600 orphans. We have also rehabilitated four dysfunctional government schools and support semi-government Musa Nikka Public School and College (MNPS) through infrastructure development, management, and financial aid.

The Wana Welfare Association (WAWA) stands as a testament to the power of vision, dedication, and community spirit. Through our multifaceted approach, we continue to transform lives, fostering sustainable development and social change in some of the most underprivileged regions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. With a steadfast commitment to education, health, environmental stewardship, and youth empowerment, our journey is one of hope, resilience, and unwavering dedication to creating a better future for all.

Our Mission and Vision


Dedicated to the principles of social justice, Wana Welfare Association (WAWA) endeavors to uplift the lives of the local communities in the newly merged districts and the neighboring regions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. We achieve this by establishing a strong foundation for lifelong learning, ensuring access to education, healthcare, livelihood opportunities, and spearheading sustainable development initiatives


Empowering Communities, Transforming Lives: Peaceful, empowered, prosperous and resilient communities of the Newly Merged Districts and the neighboring regions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

WAWA’S Objectives

8 Step Process

Develop and implement evidence-based projects aligning with specific SDGs related to education


Enhance enrollment and retention rates in schools through improved infrastructure, financial aid, and overall educational facilities


Equip children with practical and technical skills for enhanced employability and self-sufficiency.


Promote employable skills and bridge the digital divide.


Establish partnerships, provide career support services, and encourage community organizations for collective human and natural resource development.


Contribute to environmental sustainability by planting and restoring forests, combating deforestation, and promoting biodiversity.


Empower local communities for active participation in sustainable environmental practices, including efficient water use and conservation


Promote holistic health through awareness about hygiene, nutrition, and general wellbeing.


WAWA’s Executive Council Members

WAWA’s Executive Council Members

Mr. Rehmat Ullah

Mr. Ghulam Hussain

Mr. Gull Hassan

Mr. Dilawar Khan

Mr. Muhammad Jalal

Mr. Noor Muhammad

Mr. Sardar Hasan Khan

Mr. Isa Khan

Join us in transforming lives through education, health, and community empowerment.