We design our initiatives and campaigns in accordance with national quality standards for alternative childcare that were approved and ratified by the Egyptian government in 2014.

Forsa Youth Development Program

The type of care that orphans and vulnerable children receive within their institutional homes growing up has a huge impact on their ability to integrate with the wider community as they transition to adulthood and face the challenges that come along with it. It was for this reason that Wataneya Society launched the youth development program Forsa in 2011…

Advocacy

The issue of children and youth without parental care is a multi-faceted issue involving many parties…

Sanad Forum & Conference

Launched to serve as a platform where alternative childcare providers in Egypt can work to collectively…

Caregiver Trainings

Wataneya Society established the Amaan Training Center in 2009 to offer specialized training in alternative child care and protection…

Networking

Wataneya uses its positioning in the field to help create fruitful and lasting connections between institutions and sponsors from civil society and the private sector…

Awareness Campaigns

Raising awareness is an important pillar of any cause, which is why Wataneya exerts efforts to educate the wider community about the value and importance…

Beit El Helm Award

Wataneya offers the Beit El Helm Award to institutional homes that show the most compliance with the national standards for alternative childcare…

Volunteer Programs

Wataneya offers a number of programs for volunteers and sponsors looking to get more involved…

Institutional Development

Institutional Development aims at helping foster homes improve the quality and level of care they offer to children and youth in their charge…

Professional Assessor Program

The first program of its kind in Egypt, designed specifically to train Ministry of Social Solidarity officials on professional assessment…