1. WYEAHI with support from Health Alive Foundation – Implemented TB Care project in Ganye Local Government Area of Adamawa state from January 2014 – July 2015 with supported by Global Fund. WYEAHI trained 15 community volunteers, to monitor and identify signs of Tuberculosis in the communities of Ganye LGA for immediate attention.
This has reduced stigmatization because of community awareness created through the training.
2. FADAMA III ADDITIONAL FUND supported WYEAHI to implement a project aimed at achieving effective coordination and monitoring through an integrated approach, including the provision of expertise services on identification of victims and delivery of necessary agro-inputs as well as associated capacity building/advisory services for various economic activities. The objective of the initiative was to facilitate the recovery of livelihood for Fadama and Non-fadama groups, displaced as a result of the violence in the three states of the Northeast namely Adamawa, Borno and Yobe, from September to December 2014.
Items distributed were based on a group catergory of 15 members each and includes the following based on the said group
Small Ruminant Goat 39 groups
Small Ruminants Sheep 40 groups
Processing Machine 50 groups
Irrigation Packages 60 groups
Work bulls and Ox plough 25 groups
Total number of groups 214
3. Church of the Brethren Disasters Ministries-US, Nigeria Crisis Response supported WYEAHI to implement a project on Livelihood and economic empowerment in six (6) LGA’s of Adamawa state Madagali, Michika, Mubi North, Mubi South, Hong and Gombi and Askira/Uba of Borno State. January, 2015 to December, 2016 (2 years). Due to the large number of IDPs WYEAHI came up with a selection process by prioritizing;
Female headed families e.g. widows, Separated and Divorced who are presently taking care of their children due to insurgency,
Child headed family
poorest of the poor families
Items Distributed include Sewing Machine, Beans cake inputs e.g 50kg of beans, 25 liters of cooking oil, frying pan, sieve, turning spoon and tray, processing machine and groundnut oil inputs e.g 50kg of groundnut, frying pan, sieve, basin, turning spoon and tray.
Number of Families Reached. 1324
Number of Family Members Reach. 8984
4. OXFAM-Novib supported WYEAHI to implement a project on Addressing Violence Against Women (VAW) and Sexual Reproductive Health Right (SRHR) of women and girls on the move in Adamawa State due to insurgency July to December 2015.
Number of Women that Benefitted – 225 were empowered with Ten thousand (10,000) naira each.
They women were trained on Sexual Gender Based Violence Against Women and Girls
With support from VSF, WYEAHI have implemented project titled “strengthening Small Scale Enterprises for Women” in Maiha and Michika Local Government Areas of Adamawa State. September 2016 to August 2017, also implemented the same project in Gombi and Hong Local Government Areas of Adamawa State, from August, 2017 – April 2018 and in Madagali Local Government Area from August 2018 – February, 2019. 500 women in maiha,500 women in michika were empowered with twenty thousand (20,000) naira each, 500 women in Gombi, 500 women in Hong and 1000 women in madagali were empowered with thirty thousand (30,000) naira seed grant each to start immediate petty businesses. (total of three thousand  women were empowered)
WYEAHI with support from Union Bank Nigeria Plc Distributed four thousand (4000) Blankets to Household IDPs in Girei Local
Government Area of Adamawa state In January, 2017.
WYEAHI with support from Global fund implement a project on Scale up DR-TB Prevention and Treatment services in Hong, Madagali, Michika, Mubi North, Mubi South and Maiha LGAs of Adamawa state. 2017 to December 2018.
Mennonite Central committee (MCC) supported WYEAHI to implement a project from October 2017 and the project is still ongoing. These include;
Trauma healing and awareness tagged "healing and rebuilding our communities (HROC)
Livelihood and economic empowerment both for internally displaced women households in Girei LGA of Adamawa State, Nigeria.
1794 women were trianed and supported with thirty thousand naira (30,000) each to start up petty (small) businesses for immediate economic income
Direct beneficiaries were 794
Indirect Beneficiaries were 5174
Ipas Nigeria through WYEAHI implemented a project on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights and Unsafe Abortion with focus on increasing women and girls access to vital reproductive healthcare, providing post abortion care, child spacing, strengthening alliances and partnerships in support of women and girls Reproductive Health Rights from July 2018-March 2019.
Advocacy visit to traditional leaders and Local Government council
Community advocacy to six (6) communities: Girei I, Girei II, Damare, Modire, Wuro dole, and Jabbilamba.
WYEAHI in collaboration with Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on implemented a project on, Road Show Sensitization Against Electoral Violence And Thuggery In all the local government areas Of Adamawa State. On 14th -16th February, 2019.
WYEAHI in collaboration with Managing Conflict in Nigeria/ British Council implemented a project on Women Peace Building Initiative in Gombi and Michika LGAs of Adamawa State. The focus areas of intervention are;
Enhancing the capacity of women and girls to be involved in conflict management and peace building
Reducing the negative effects of violence
Promotion and protection of women and girls Against violence
Empowered 200 women and girls with seed grant of thirty thousand (30,000) naira each to run small businesses in Gombi and Michika
In most of WYEAHI's project implementation, the beneficiaries are being trained on the following topics:
Saving and Loan associating Methodology: here the beneficairies are trained on the importance of saving, how to save and the procedure on how to give and take loan in an assocation's setting
Record Keeping:which helps the beneficairies to record all their business, income and expenditure activities in order to determine and keep track of whether they are making profit or running at a loss
Hygiene: they are taught on how it is important to maintiain a clean business environment as well as their bodies so as to attract customers
Nutrion: beneficiaries are taught on the basic classes of food, how it is important to eat healthy and balanced diet as well as how to saurce for locally available nutrition foods within their reach
Communication (customer relationship): here the beneficairies are trained on the proper way to relate and communicate with their customers in friendly manner. They are enlightened on how it is important to relate cordially with people in a humble and courteous manner
Trauma Healing: because of the increase of insurgency, WYEAHI sees the neeed to engage her beneficiaries in a trauma healing and awareness session where the beneficiaries are made to understand that they are not alone and life has to continue regardless of the traumatic experience they might have passed through. the objective of the trauma sesion were
to provide support after trauma so that the healing process can start immediately
to help survivor overcome trauma and become healthy, whole and functional people
to facilitate safe sharing of experiences and to find healing in support
to empower survivors of rape and abuse to prevent re-victimisation and break the cycle of violence
to raise awareness in the communication on the consequences of sexual violence and the services we provide among others