Our Objectives



  1. The organization shall engage in research information, education and enlightenment campaign on economic, climate change and trafficking in persons as it affects African women. 
  1. The organization will serve as a forum where African women exchange ideas, discuss their problems, design and form strategies regarding their business and social interest.
  1. The organization will build women development centers in Africa in order to promote training of members and enable them to develop individual skills, which will also contribute to the overall economic and peaceful coexistence of Africa.
  1. The organization will assist African rural women farmers in improving their working method by providing modern agro processing equipment.
  1. The organization will operate African women radio, television, & magazine, (subject to applicable national law) in order to propagate African women/girl child rights.
  1. The organization will operate a micro finance bank across Africa (subject to applicable national law) to enhance members’ income by assisting them to acquire credit facilities and establishing channels for cottage industries and processing farm produces.
  1. The organization will operate a safe house for victims of domestic violence.
  1. The organization will build women & children specialist hospitals in order to address maternal mortality across Africa.
  1. The organization will advocate for peace & conflict transformation, management and mediation in Africa.
  1. The organization will advocate against women trafficking, rape, child sexual abuses, killings & Kidnapping of women in conflict & war-torn African countries.
  1. The organization will educate women about reproductive health and rights. 
  1. WAELE Africa Foundation networks with other NGOs & relevant government agencies with similar objectives, United Nations (UN), African Union (AU) & others international organizations.




  1. L’Organisation s’engagera dans la recherche, l’information, l’éducation et la campagne d’information dans les domaines économique, climatique et de la traite des personnes touchant les femmes africaines.
  1. L’Organisation Servira de forum où les femmes africaines échangeront des idées, discuteront leurs problèmes, dessineront et développeront des stratégies concernant leurs activité et intérêt social. 
  1. L’Organisation Construira des centres de développement des femmes en Afrique afin de promouvoir la formation des membres et de leur permettre de développer les compétences individuelles, ce qui contribuera également à la coexistence économique et pacifique totale en Afrique.
  1. L’Organisation Aidera les agricultrices rurales africaines à améliorer leur méthode de travail en leur fournissant des équipements de transformation agro-industriels modernes. 
  1. L’Organisation Opérera la radio, la télévision et le magazine des femmes africaines (sous réserve des législations nationales applicables) afin de propager les droits des femmes et des filles africaines.
  1. L’Organisation Opérera des banques de microfinance dans toute l’Afrique (sous réserve des législations nationales applicables) pour améliorer le revenu des membres en les aidant à acquérir des facilités de crédit et à établir des moyens pour les industries artisanales et pour transformer les produits agricoles.
  1. L’Organisation Etablira une maison de secours pour les victimes de violence domestique. 
  1. L’Organisation Construira des hôpitaux pour femmes et enfants afin de lutter contre la mortalité maternelle dans toute l’Afrique. 
  1. L’Organisation Défendra la transformation, la gestion et la médiation de la paix et des conflits en Afrique.
  1. L’Organisation Luttera contre la traite des femmes, les viols, les abus sexuels des filles, les assassinats et les enlèvements de femmes dans les pays africains touchés par le conflit et la guerre.
  1. L’Organisation Instruira les femmes sur la santé et les droits en matière de reproduction.
  1. Collaborer avec d’autres ONG ayant des objectifs semblables, des organismes gouvernementaux, l’ONU, l’Union africaine et d’autres organisations internationales.

The Founders Dream


Being a woman, my concern extends to all Africans and, indeed, to all women and children who suffer during conflicts. I believe all suffering is caused by ignorance. People inflict pain on others in the selfish pursuit of their happiness or satisfaction. Yet true happiness comes from a sense of Peace and contentment, which in turn must be achieved through the cultivation of love and compassion, elimination of   ignorance, selfishness and greed.

Let us focus  attention on the  challenges facing women from equal rights and  education, to leadership,  literacy, the power of the media and  technology to effect change in  women’s futures and so much else.

Let us take stock from where we are and what needs to be done in advancing the unfinished business of the 21st century empowerment of women and girls. Now, this is unfinished in Africa, where too many women are still treated at best as second-class citizens, at worst as some kind of subhuman species even though a large number of women have achieved great success in a male dominated society like ours. I have always believed that women are not victims, we are agents of change, women are drivers of progress, and we are peace makers.

I would like to ask you one very important question. What is the real meaning of empowerment? When are women really empowered? Is it just about having personal choice and respect in personal and professional life?  Or is it something more? To answer this question, we have to understand the qualities women have that help her become a successful leader.

Psychologically  speaking women have  certain qualities, in 2005, a year-long study  conducted by Caliper, a  Princeton, New Jersey – based management  consulting firm, and Aurora, a  London – based organization that  advances women, identified a number of  characteristics that distinguish  women leaders from men when it comes to  qualities of leadership:

Women have been found to have better empathy, sensitivity, caring and with ability to understand other people  and their emotions.Women have been found to have extremely good communication skills, interpersonal skills and flexibility amongst others.

WAELE/ARCELFA has embarked on her 2nd decade of African women emancipation. WAELE/ARCELFA will intensify on women Economic & Leadership Empowerment, Reproductive Health & Rights, as well as Peace & Conflict Resolutions, through Summit and Town hall meetings in conflicts & war torn countries in Africa.

Please join me in working towards a peaceful & prosperous Africa.

It is my pleasure to welcome you to WAELE/ARCELFA website.

Thank You, God Bless