Raising Vulnerable Voices, Demanding Accountability

MAWA Foundation

Our Vision

To be a West Africa's leading public accountability organization.

Our Mission

To give voice to the less privileged and disadvantaged communities and ensure public accountability through capacity building and advocacy.

Our Core Values

Professionalism, Integrity, Team spirit, Respect for human rights, Equality, Innovation.

MAWA works to promote accountability, good governance, human rights, peace and security, democracy, free speech, through capacity building.

MAWA- was started by a team of young persons who felt pained over the media focus on commercialization and sensational news with little or nothing done on public accountability and giving voice to less privileged and disadvantaged groups leaving them to suffer poverty and neglect because they have no voice.

Even the smallest contributions count.

The society will do better when you start contributing.


West Africa Reporters’ Editorial Philosophy is to defend the principle of press freedom, the right of the citizens to speak out whenever they choose. Citizens must have free and equal access to information without hindrance.

Ado-Simon: Oyo Community Where Humans, Cattle Drink From Same Stream ​

Since the crises between farmers and herdsmen erupted across the country, many citizens have been forced into Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps, with women becoming widows and are forced to run from their homes in search of peace with children to cater for.

How We Traced N2.67 School Feeding Funds To An Individual Private Account ICPC

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC, on Monday, said that it uncovered the sum of N2.67 billion payment made to some federal colleges for school feeding during the lockdown in personal accounts.

Investigation: How Women Are Making Million Trafficking Girl Child In Abuja

The story of how women are making millions out of trafficking girl child in Abuja weakens the mind when exposed to the wicked act of the actors behind the act. Trafficked from different parts of Nigeria to Abuja; the capital city of Nigeria, the “madams” who are behind the act smile to the bank.

Our founders believe that in all democratic societies, access to information and accountability is key and that is achievable through citizens’ empowerment.