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Meet Wolloh Alian W. Our Founder and C.E.O

Meet Wolloh Alian W. Our Founder and C.E.O

Wolloh Alian W. is a Cameroonian born in Limbe South West Region of Cameroon specifically from BOTA Land. He is an entrepreneur and philanthropist. Founder & Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O) Welfare Aid for the Future (W.A.F). Also a Member of the Queen’s Common Wealth Trust (QCT) and Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) attendee of the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition (DIHAD) 2023



He commenced full-time operations at Welfare Aid For The Future (W.A.F), an Africa-based and African-funded philanthropic organization focused on supporting sectors such as health, education, pollution, & making life comfortable for the less privileged, taking care of vulnerable children and also empowering youths.


Started work at Welfare Aid for the Future in 2020 during the most difficult times in recent world history, when we had the Covid19 Pandemic, this was a challenge but one that only crafted to make me stronger and better. So far the non profit W.A.F ( has recorded many successes as part of our companies Cooperate Social Responsibility C.S.R and we’re keeping up with the aim of making help accessible to more people across our beloved Cameroon and Africa as a whole.

Our Founder has a few words to say about #climatechange


He said Climate Change is a major issue in Cameroon, as it is in many other parts of the world. The country is particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change, due to its dependence on agriculture and its location in a region prone to extreme weather events. Rising temperatures, changing rainfall patterns, and an increase in extreme weather events such as floods and droughts have all had a negative effect on the country’s economy, environment, and people.
The effects of climate change are already being felt in Cameroon, and are expected to worsen in the future. The country’s agricultural sector is particularly vulnerable, as rising temperatures and changing rainfall patterns have caused a decrease in crop yields and an increase in crop losses. This has had a significant effect on the country’s food security, as well as on the livelihoods of its citizens.
In order to address the effects of climate change in Cameroon, it is important to raise awareness about the issue and to advocate for policies and initiatives that will help to mitigate the effects. This includes advocating for sustainable agricultural practices, investing in renewable energy sources, and promoting the adoption of climate-resilient technologies.
Wolloh Alian W. Founder Welfare Aid for the Future



Education is widely recognized as a fundamental right and is crucial for individuals and communities to develop, grow, and thrive. Education has the power to transform people’s lives and provide them with the tools they need to achieve their goals and aspirations. Education is also key to promoting social and economic development, creating more opportunities for individuals, and building a better future for all.
Unfortunately, access to education is not always equal, and many people around the world face barriers to accessing quality education. This is particularly true for those living in underprivileged communities, including orphans, refugees, and low-income families, who often lack the financial resources and other support needed to pursue education.
This is where our educational outreach programs comes in. Through our donation of educational materials, Welfare Aid for the Future is making a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need by providing them access to tools, resources, and support.



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