The Lwini Foundation is an aid organization in Angola . Founded by first lady of Angola Ana Paula dos Santos (wife of President Jose Eduardo dos Santos ) as the Lwini Fund on 30 June 1998, it caters to civilian victims of land mines and other disabilities .  The foundation’s activities include rehabilitation of schools, construction of training centers, and repairing rural villages. In 2010, the name was changed to the current Lwini Foundation. 
Objectives include: 
- The promotion of advocacy and awareness actions for the disabled victims, their families and families of others impacted during and after conflicts.
- And the provision of medical services and the provision of medical services.
- Establishment of employment access through livelihood support and capacity building.
- Government commitment on policies and plans
- Joint sensitization and awareness on the prevention of land mines.
- Livelihood sensitization through group discussions on the importance of agriculture and economic livelihood emphasizing on effective sustenance.
- Developing initiatives that would provide rural community loans for women and widows, sustainable livelihood etc.
- Partnership with various organizations to tackle various sectors such as; food, shelter, healthcare, livelihood, etc.
As of April 2017, the Lwini Foundation is headed by President Ana Paula dos Santos and Vice President Joana Lina Ramos Baptista. 
“Lwini” means a woman and a princess in the Luvale language (east of Angola), who gives the wave of the wind, while reflecting the various daytime sunshades. 
The Lwini logo represents protection: a woman protecting her child against existing mines in Chanas, the community of adults protecting the young ones in the community, and the community protecting its members. 
Some of Lwini Foundation activities in recent years:
- Delivering wheelchairs to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities 
- Commissioning a center for visually impaired students Faculty of Agostinho Law Neto University in Luanda 
- The presentation of the Palanca Parade Project, Gala of the Lwini Foundation 
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- Jump up^ “Fundação Lwini activa e solidária” . Jornaldeangola . 16 June 2013.
- Jump up^ http://www.fundacaolwini.org/a-fundacao/o-simbolo-lwini/Founder’s BiographyFundacaolwini
- Jump up^ http://m.portalangop.co.ao/angola/en_us/noticias/sociedade/2015/11/49/Angola-Lwini-Foundation-offers-160-wheelchairs,c3524ab2-cf74-4234-98a7-3c6df51a39a1 .html Portalangop3rd December 2015
- Jump up^ http://m.portalangop.co.ao/angola/en_us/noticias/sociedade/2015/5/25/Lwini-Foundation-opens-office-support-visual-impaired-students.98216f67-b776-4f2c -993e-617dcb2e58bd.html17th June 2015
- Jump up^ http://www.welcometoangola.co.ao/_palanca_parade_presentation_at_lwini_foundation_gala WelcometoAngolaJune 2013