We Provide Healthcare Access

WNI has trained over 100 local students in professional education  with a number of different specialties for students to choose. Our basic medical training, and health care access training courses are designed to establish healthy standards and medical access within communities, to raise community health and reduce the need for otherwise inaccessible professional medical care. 

Most importantly, this school needed to be sustained independently, and embraced by the community. 

Over the past 5 years, more than 100 local students have been living in the school full time, being provided not only with food and dormitories but also a healthy living environment. These students are trained in basics of agriculture, community healthcare, community business solutions, English, teaching, computer skills, and others. 

In 2015, WNI began it’s first sustainability projects in a small village in Southeast Asia. It's goal was to guide the launch of a full time professional school covering a series of basic essential skills. 

Most importantly, this school needed to be sustained independently, and embraced by the community. 

Over the past 5 years, more than 100 local students have been living in the school full time, being provided not only with food and dormitories but also a healthy living environment. These students are trained in basics of agriculture, community healthcare, community business solutions, English, teaching, computer skills, and others. 

We strive not only to train our students in sustainable agriculture, but to support sustainable, empowered communities.

Agricultural Training  & Community Business Solutions

After half a decade of training students in self sustainable farming methods, WNI is beginning a social business initiative for the farming, harvesting, and wholesaling of Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) along with various souvenirs, soaps, and residual products.

 

Indonesia is the largest coconut producer in the world, and despite the robust innovation and uses of coconuts, most locals have minimal training and access to global markets to share their domestic goods at fair market price and within fair regulations. In empowering our students and their communities, WNI has been developing sustainable Virgin Coconut Oil production centers run and managed by local students. Our vision is to empower local communities in Nias and surrounding areas to sustainably and professionally share their rich biocultural produce on the global market. 

Our vision is to empower local communities in Nias and surrounding areas to sustainably and professionally share their rich bio-cultural produce on the global market, acting as a mediator to ensure fair-trade standards, organic buyer recognition, and ultimately to give  full ownership of for the Nias people .