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  • News From The Executive Director

    Get the latest about all the countries we serve straight from our Executive Director! We have something exciting happening everywhere — from Burkina Faso to Ethiopia, Kenya, Niger and Uganda!

    Programming News

  • Survivor Achieves Childhood Dream

    Oliver has become a powerful anti-fistula advocate who seized the opportunity to receive free fistula surgery and vocational training. Find out how this 18-year-old struggled through two years with fistula and what she became at the end of her journey with your help!

    Oliver’s Story

  • Developing Local Leaders

    WFF believes that solving world problems like obstetric fistula, which devastates more than one million women worldwide, means finding and developing local leaders like Dr. Itengré Ouédraogo in Burkina Faso, Sarah Omega in Kenya, and Alice Emasu in Uganda.

  • Meet Our New Team Member

    Say hello to David A. Wolf, JD! Our new Senior Manager of Advancement & Marketing introduces himself.

    Read David’s Blog

  • Healing Women with Prolapse in Ethiopia

    Launched in 2016, the Urogynecology Fellowship through Mekelle University is the first program of its kind in Ethiopia..





Survivors Taught Vocations


Doctors & Advocates Trained


Where We Work


Danja Fistula Center

Burkina Faso


Medical Education Collaboration
Urogynecology Fellowship



Empowerment Center, Soroti
Hospital Network, National
Advocacy Training, National

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Where Your Dollars Go


Programs (78%)


Administration (12%)


Fundraising (10%)

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