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Poverty remains a serious problem in the Philippines, which is the only populous country in East Asia in which the absolute number of people living on less than $1 a day remained constant over the 1981-1995 period, according to figures compiled by the World Bank.
WATAF is in need of donors to help fund one of our new project in the City of Moundou in Tchad.   It is one of the African countries who are in desperate need of better hospitals. According to one of our field officers, hospitals in Tchad are in need of supplies as simple as stethoscopes
Technology has revolutionized the way we think, work, and play. Technology, when integrated into the curriculum, revolutionizes the learning process. Why not help our organization help these African schools with basic technologies like computers.
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African schools are in desperate need of computers and technology to allow their student to obtain a better education. World African Technology Aid Foundation(WATAF) is a non-profit organization that offers computers, equipment, and educational materials for African schools.

However, today's tough economic conditions make it difficult for Technology Project for African Schools, to meet those needs without help from people like you. We would like to invite your business to donate an old computer or perhaps a cash donation for use to purchase a new computer to send to an African school.



One computer can mean the world to a child in Africa who currently does not have any computers at all. If you are buying a new computer to replace your old one, why not donate it to WATAF for African Schools so that someone else may receive some benefit from it.

The “WATAF Ride for Technology” is a journey from Los Angeles, California
to Washington D.C. on a motorcycle catered to raise awareness of the
amateur conditions in latent countries worldwide.
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​Africa suffers more than 24% of the global burden of disease but has access to only 3% of health workers, with an average of only two doctors per 10,000 people - by far the lowest physician density in the world. Working under such difficult conditions, there is substantial need to facilitate communication within the health-care community in Africa in order to share best practices, refer patients, access support in rural areas, and engage with the governments they rely on.



WATAF USA and UK 2014