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About the Initiative

The mission is to empower the women, youth and children of Nigeria to enable them escape from the cycle of poverty through innovative and qualitative programmes. The Isa Wali Empowerment Initiative is a non governmental and non profit organization established with the aim of transforming the lives of the most vulnerable groups (women and children), through the provision of access to improved healthcare, education, economic empowerment programmes channeled at boosting their confidence and self esteem, and enhancing capacity building in order to motivate them towards a life of economic self reliance and sufficiency. To keep alive the ideals of Alhaji Isa Wali, which are still relevant today, the Family has decided that the Initiative be named in his memory.
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Our Vision

IWEI envisions empowered communities where women,
youth and children fully develop their potentials.

Some Of Our Projects

Human Rights & Paralegal Services

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Family Health & Nutrition

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Education & Economic Empowerment

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News & Fast Facts

  • Supporting Girls Education

    IWEI has received funding (CAD $44,336 (Forty Four Thousand, Three Hundred and Thirty Six Canadian Dollars) from the Government of Canada under its Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) program to carryout a 10 week project titled  Supporting Girls Education. The project will be implemented in 2 local government areas (Ajingi and Bichi) of Kano […]

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