The people of Wawa Village are hardworking and productive. Their main form of income generation is from farming, fishing & hunting. There is adequate food as the land is very fertile. There is a small source of government water, however, most people get their water from the Niger river. There is a high prevalence of diseases caused by poor environmental and body hygiene. There are no hospitals or clinics in the cluster, except in Wawa. The village has one primary and one secondary school.
Transformational Community Development (TCD) This process helps villagers find their own solutions to the five areas keeping them in extreme poverty - clean, accessible water; a renewable, nutritious food source; education for children; wellness habits and regional health concerns; and income generation for families.