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Uduak Umoh
Executive Director WOCLIF

From The Executive Director

Women & Community Livelihood Foundation is committed to positively changing lives of the less privileged in the rural communities in Nigeria. From our humble beginning as a Community Based Organization in 2007, we have been fired with the passion of seeing a society where everyone enjoys good health and is empowered for better life. Through our Community Health Intervention and economic empowerment programs with the support of the Government of Nigeria, Donors, local and International partners, we are continuously making a difference in the lives of the people in the community especially, women, youth and children across our targeted communities in Nigeria. We have modified and expanded our programs over the years.

The impact of our work is tremendous: The behavioral change amongst community members in terms of health seeking behavior attest to our community health programs. Continuum of care in the community from the health facility speaks to our strong linkages. Our orphans and vulnerable children no longer go to sleep hungry as our strategy was changed from handouts to household economic strengthening where the households are empowered to provide basic needs of the households. Through our skills acquisition programs, our youths graduate to adulthood as responsible members of the society. This has helped in the reduction in vices amongst the youths.

Through innovative interventions and working with strategic partners, we will continue in delivering the best investment in public health and economic empowerment as our contribution to national development.



Uduak Umoh
Executive Director WOCLIF






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Thematic Areas

  • Health
  • Education
  • Economic Empowerment


WOCLIF received an award from USAID/MSH on October 2013

Success Stories

  • Returning hope to 47 hopeless households through Household Economic Strengthening (HES)
  • WOCLIF scored 100% on second SIMS assessment as a result of system strengthening supported by WEWE LOPIN 2 project (Capacity Assessment)
  • WOCLIF enjoys community acceptance and ownership of WEWE LOPIN 2 Project
  • Intergrating HCT and creating space for children that are not in WEWE LOPIN 2 Project to participate during kind's club activities aid in identifying and enrolment of HIV infected and affected children and their households within targeted communities