25+ Years of Experiance
Over 35 Volunteers & Hard Workers
ADWAC EU Project Promoting Women's Alternative Livelihoods
The Agency for the Development of women and Children (ADWAC) implemented the EU-funded Project on Climate Resilient and Livelihood Improvement through the rehabilitation of the cold store in Niumi Lamni, training of women smallholder farmers and vegetable growers on climate resilient sustainable agriculture and the provision of seeds for cultivation. The Agency also constructed 500 metre dyke in Albreda to tackle the problem of salt intrusion into the rice fields.
This sector aims to improve quality education for all children and enhance youth participation and leadership in national development.
Working with experts to promote facts over fear, bringing reliable guidance to parents, caregivers and educators, and partnering with front-line responders to ensure they have the information and resources they need to keep children healthy and...
This sector aims at providing access to interest-free small-scale credit for women to improve their economic status through engagement in enterprise development activities.
This programme focuses on providing portable drinking water for communities both for domestic consumption and for livestock. It involves the construction, installation of solar powered bore hole and tank
This is a new development approach in ADWAC that it tries to incorporate in its development activities for the benefit of the beneficiaries.
ADWAC’s work in climate change focuses on awareness creation, capacity building, promote adaptation of climate resilience techniques, environmental conservation as well as institutional, technical, political, social and economic support to vulnerable...
Meet Alfu Marong, the owner of Marong Agribusiness Enterprise of Ndofan Village in the North Bank Region. He is involved in...
Mission - To contribute to sustainable improvements in the lives and livelihoods of the poor, especially women and children...
ADWAC adopts a multi-dimensional approach to development that combines efforts to address the immediate practical needs of...
Community Nursery for Propagation of Seedlings
Tree Planting Exercise
Improved Stoves Distribution
Durable Prototype Dike
Rice Seed Support
Songhai Initiatives Training Centre
Poultry Supported by ADWAC
Students sensitization on HIV/AIDS
Presentation of Prices to Deserving Malaria Control
Mass Bed Net Distribution Campaign
LLIN Data Verification at Health Facility and Community
Handing Over of Funds to Women for Purchase of Small Ruminant
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Our Intervention Areas
ADWAC adopts a multi-dimensional approach to development that combines efforts to address the immediate practical needs of communities as well as their long term strategic needs. ADWAC adopts a holistic approach to development that uses a variety of interventions to address the social, economic and environmental needs of target constituents. Amongst the key intervention programs include upland and lowland conservation works.
ADWAC works within a multi sectoral framework called the eco-zone approach . Each component part within this multi sectoral framework compliments the efforts of other components. Within this framework, a cross sectoral linkage is forged between the various programme activities to compliment and consolidate each other which together ‘gel’ into a holistic approach to improving the quality of life of women and children. ADWAC’s development activities focus on the following broad program areas
Agency for the Development of Women and Children (ADWAC) Is an organisation that works with communities and partners to sustainably improve the quality of life for women and children living in rural communities by creating access to food, education and healthcare facilities.
PARTNERS & FUNDERS
Kerewan, Lower Badibou District, North Bank Region, The Gambia