As in the case of education, there is a significant disparity in healthcare services between urban and rural areas. The needs for healthcare services such as clinics, hospitals, and rural healthcare services are beyond the scope of what UWF is able to address at this time by itself. However, the foundation focuses on basic needs such as clean drinking water, public health education, and healthy lifestyle services. To this end, UWF has protected two spring waters supplies in the Gaara Duuro area with help from an organization named here4them. The community provided in-kind contributions through volunteer labor, while UWF provided the financial resources, and Here4them provided human resources. Such projects are planned to be duplicated in other villages in the Uta Wayu area.
UWF was also keen on providing emergency relief during #Oromoprotests of 2016. UWF was the first organization to organize fundraising efforts with concerned groups. Through the efforts of UWF, thousands of dollars were contributed to both medical and emergency relief. In addition, the foundation plans to work with organizations that deliver healthcare to these villages and support those efforts both financially and with human resources.