De Stichting Wakka Foundation is op 10 mei 2017 opgericht. Het project Wakka bestaat al sedert 2009 en was ondergebracht bij de Stichting Dordrecht-Bamenda (Stedenband). Na een bestuurswisseling is besloten dat het project Wakka beter tot zijn recht komt als een aparte stichting.

De Stichting Wakka Foundation heeft de ANBI-erkenning gekregen.

Beleid en strategie

De Stichting Wakka Foundation heeft tot doel het op allerlei wijze ondersteunen van moeders met kinderen c.q. jongeren met beperkingen. In 2009 is een plan gemaakt om een tehuis, tevens advies- en trainingscentrum voor meervoudig beperkte kinderen op te zetten. Door diverse omstandigheden, waaronder een geschil over het eigendomsrecht van het land en problemen met de exploitatie is het gebouw slechts voor driekwart af. Daar het landprobleem binnenkort is opgelost is de Stichting Wakka Foundation voornemens het gebouw af te maken. De Traditional Council van Bali-Njonga zoekt er nu een doelgerichte bestemming voor in de vorm van een zelfstandige NGO.

De Stichting Wakka Foundation ondersteunt tevens een non- profit NGO MOGGA genaamd, in 2015 opgericht door moeders met meervoudig beperkte kinderen in Bamenda en Bali-Njonga. Het doel van deze groep is elkaar bij te staan en het welzijn van deze kinderen te bevorderen. Deze moeders staan er alleen voor daar in bijna alle gevallen de vader zich terugtrekt.

Doelgroep in het algemeen

Moeders met kinderen c.q. jongeren met handicaps, mentaal en/of fysiek, die hulp nodig hebben om zich te kunnen ontwikkelen.

Contact information

Stichting Wakka Foundation


Gonnie Walrecht, Lyra 63, 3328 NH Dordrecht T: +31 648927016 E: I: KvK-nummer: 68776993 Date: 17 may 2017 RSIN-number: 857587328 IBAN: NL04 RABO 0321370295 BIC: RABONL2U ANBI accredited and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO)


Chairman: Mr. Ben van Rangelrooij Secretary: Mrs. Gerdy Weustink-Mathu Treasurer: Mrs. Gonnie Walrecht The foundation does not aim to make profit. The board members do not receive a reward for their work. They are entitled to reimbursement of the costs incurred by them in the performance of their duties.


The foundation tries to achieve its goal by: a. giving information and advice. The Foundation encourages mothers to have their children examined with physical handicaps at the Rehabilitation Center Sajocah in Bafut and possibly a doctor. surgery at the hospital in Njinikom. The Foundation can contribute to the costs. b. providing funds. For example, for providing aids, such as an adapted wheelchair. c. generally providing financial support. By making the Wakka building suitable for an NGO. The provision of, among other things, micro-credits for setting up projects, for example the projects set up by the NGO MOGGA: the rearing of young animals, such as chicks and cane-rats for sale. The children and young people can be assigned a task. By giving help to multiple-limited children or young people, this group will become more visible to the population and public authorities, so that they can get a place in society. From superstition, a handicap is often seen as a punishment of the gods and the person himself as a sorcerer or witch. The funds are raised by contributions from regular donors and sponsors; through fundraising activities; organizing markets, where products and artefacts are sold and through various ad hoc actions, such as bottle vouchers and pens. There is also a monthly promotion of Jumbo receipts.

The WAKKA Foundation is accredited by the Tax Authorities as a Public Benefit Institution (ANBI). Anyone who makes a donation to such an institution may deduct that amount from income tax. Moreover, the receiving institution is exempt from gift tax and inheritance tax. As a donor and / or beneficiary, it is in your interest to have insight into our functioning. That is why we publish important information on this page. WAKKA Foundation is a foundation that builds up and maintains contacts with its supporters, which raises funds, controls spending and accounts for it. The WAKKA Foundation has a board and is audited by an accountant.

Official name

Stichting WAKKA Foundation KVK nummer: 68776993 RSIN nummer: 857587328 IBAN: NL04 RABO 0321370295 BIC: RABONL2U ANBI accredited and a public benefit organization. Visiting and mailing address: Stichting WAKKA Foundation, Lyra 63 3328 NH Dordrecht E-mail:

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