Financial literacy and Inclusion is a very important aspect of any growing community. We expose the Persons of Concern to necessary information and knowledge on saving, investment, spending habits as well as link them with organizations that are willing to assist them achieve financial independence.
Our approach is multi-faceted because gender ideologies exist in all spheres of life from livelihood to all other sectors that exist for human survival .Our priorities dwell on mindset behavioral change in our societies; our ideal seeks to have society look at women not as actors in the reproductive sector but also capable actors in the productive sectors of society. We have registered small successes of women challenging gender stereotypes and bravely taking on the masculine gender roles and succeeding. However, this is done through a lot of struggle; we intend to create enablers for women to be able to succeed in the masculine sectors without suffering stigma and discrimination for their biological nature.
We continuously work directly with young people, emerging leaders, women and men in Nakivale Refugee settlement to build, broaden and deepen the knowledge and skills of the youth. We are working to nurture holistic individuals with creativity, industriousness, leadership and purpose. With or without formal education, Wakati firmly believes that a human being can still be important to their community.
Wakati youth help the world with Carbonite tree program to reforest different areas in Nakivale uganda. In same activities we promoted (BIO)Vanilla agriculture to promote life of refugees and facilitate refugee youth to be self reliant. Our administration has a plan to build a hospital to support traumatized refugees and victims of sexual violence faced during the unrest in their home countries, during their escape and some in the reception centers and settlements.
We organize training sessions on emergency response in the areas of health, environment and peaceful coexistence. We focus on HIV/AIDS sensitization, sexual reproductive health, GBV and SGBV advocacy programs.
We seek to offer post crisis solutions to help the most vulnerable communities maintain their cultural practices. We also intend to empower talented members in the community to act as voices for advocacy in the face of injustice. Art in all its forms is powerful and has registered a number of positive results within society to promote positive change by supporting tolerance and nonviolence among refugees from the different nationalities and the neighbouring communities of Ugandans.