Revival of Musa Nikka Public school – Musa Nika Public School was established in 1981. The then-Political Agent of South Waziristan Agency. The school setup was near to collapse and academically in ruins when WAWA voiced for its rejuvenation. The local army leadership acknowledged the issue and helped in the revival of the school. WAWA has done renovation works in the building, introduced a house-based system & inter-house competitions, furnishing of the auditorium, and made other constructive changes including the establishment of a library, English Language & Science Lab, construction of a Mosque, and provision of a transport facility.
Teachers Training Workshop is arranged annually in Abbottabad, Nowshera, and Dera Ismail Khan. Teachers from various schools in Wana participate in these workshops.
Mass Enrollment campaign efforts include numerous seminars and corner meetings. WAWA has undertaken the mission that every child receives education. In this endeavor wall chalking throughout SWD has been carried out with eye-catching and persuasive messages
Annual Plantation campaign – WAWA has distributed thousands of saplings annually comprising different kinds across the war-hit agency during the past few years. During this drive, various species like pines, maples poplar, English willow, and other plants are distributed amongst the people.
Construction of a check dam at Sheen Tanagai to save help address the water crisis which is also effective in Rainwater harvesting/Groundwater recharge.
Running two ambulances on a no-profit – no-loss basis.
Eye camps – WAWA has held a free eye treatment camp in collaboration with UWT. WAWA intends that such like camps will be held twice annually in the future.
Blood Transfusion Center & clinical laboratory was established in Wana, District South Waziristan. The Center was supported by a huge blood donors society within the area. The Center was operational for two years and was blown up by the local Taliban.