WADAWIDA EDUCATION FUND (WEF) is a non-political welfare society founded by concerned Wadawida with an objective of assisting needy bright Dawida students in paying their school fees.

Wadawida Education Fund (WEF) seeks to promote intellectual advancement and capacity building among people from the Taita region of Kenya. The society is duly registered under the government of Kenya regulations.

Some of the ways in which the society propagates its ideals is by paying school fees for needy bright students from this community, counseling youth on the careers choices available to them, and engaging in activities that promote a clean environment.

Since it’s registration in 2009, the society has paid school fees for SIX (6) needy students, and is currently paying school fees for 4 Students in High School. WEF to hopes to sponsor more students in the coming years. In 2015, WEF pioneer student, Rose performed exceptionally well enough to get admitted at the University.

Education standards in Taita/Taveta county have been in a general decline in the recent past, despite the introduction of free primary education and subsidised secondary education.

Many bright young people from the community have not been able to join high school, either due to ignorance, or due to lack of funds. Through the spirit of community and sponsorship from other individuals, WEF would be in a better financial position to sponsor more students.