Striving to provide medical and mental healthcare to vulnerable and marginalized populations, including children, the elderly, and those experiencing homelessness or poverty. These services aim to promote and maintain good physical and mental health, prevent illness and injury, and improve overall quality of life.

This includes:

  • Primary care and a balanced wholesome diet
  • Specialty care
  • General medicine
  • Oto-rhino-laryngology
  • Tuberculosis screening and vaccination
  • Dental care
  • Ophtalmology
  • Physiological therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Auditory and visual impairments early screening unit
  • Mental health counselling
  • Awareness Campaigns on autoimmune diseases, drug addiction, advertising negative impact, domestic violence, people with disabilities, sexual abuse and other social health problems.

SWI often prioritize healthcare services as a means of addressing health disparities and promoting social justice.

Social Justice

Child Protection, Gender equity, Dignity for the elders

Housing & Care

Support for orphans and people suffering from extreme poverty


Empowering Youth through Education and TVET

Inclusion & Diversity

Supporting people with physical or mental disabilities


Providing medical & mental care to vulnerable people

Livelihoods & Food Security

Sustainable Living for Underprivileged Communities