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Women action for rural development initiative (WARDI) is a Women Refugee Led organization (WRLO) that is dedicated to improving the quality of life of disadvantaged people through better access to livelihood and protection services. WARDI is committed to ending extreme poverty and promoting sustainable development in Imvepi refugee’s settlement, Terego district. As a self-governing, private, not-for-profit organization, WARDI works to complement state-led efforts to reduce poverty by providing support to Refugees and Host communities. The organization partners with local and international NGOs, governments, and other stakeholders to drive change and help those living in extreme poverty. WARDI implements various programs designed to address specific causes of extreme poverty in the Refugees communities in Imvepi refugee’s settlement. It focuses on livelihoods, education, emergencies, gender equality, and innovations. The core of the organization's work is empowering local communities to build their resilience and ensure their transformation is sustainable and long-lasting, with an aim to achieve a vision of a world free of poverty, fear, and oppression. WARDI's work is guided by the sustainable livelihoods framework (SLF), which provides a lens for understanding the complex and dynamic relationships between people, their livelihoods, and the wider context in which they live. WARDI is committed to improving the lives of disadvantaged people through better access to health, education, sanitation, and participation in democratic governance and development processes. WARDI is a committed and passionate Refugees Led organization that works tirelessly to improve the lives of Refugees and Host communities. WARDI is dedicated to promoting sustainable development and ending extreme poverty in the rural and urban areas in West Nile more especially Imvepi, Rhino and Bidi-Bidi refugees settlement.