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Anglican Development Services Eastern (ADSE) is the development agency of the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) Dioceses of Machakos, Kitui, Makueni and Garissa. Administratively, these Dioceses fall under Kitui, Makueni, Machakos, Garissa, Wajir and Mandera Counties respectively. ADSE has a wide mandate to undertake development work in the whole region and in ensuring improved livelihoods through integrated initiatives i.e: Food Security , Water hygiene and sanitation, Community Health and Nutrition, Environmental conservation and climate change, and social inclusiveness (Economic empowerment among women and youth groups, Disability and Child protection) which are dependent on each other as they impact on Community socio-economic status.
ADSE developmental approach is to transform communities through participatory approaches and Godly Principles for quality life with overall goal as to facilitate communities to realize secure livelihoods characterized by adequate food supply, potable water, stable incomes, resilience to climate change, eco-climate and Mainstreaming initiatives on HIV/Aids, Child protection and Gender responsiveness.
Strengthened community resilience and adaptive capacity to Climate-related Hazards and Natural disasters
Enhanced access to quality health and nutrition services through the strengthened systems, innovative programs, advocacy and partnerships
Increased agricultural productivity and incomes for smallholder farmers
Improved water availability and sustainable management of water resources and sanitation services
Enhanced justice, equality and equity of opportunities, accountability, good relations among communities
Over 800 households from Shabax village and neighboring villages have access to clean water.The water project is funded by Australian Aid through the Transform Aid international.
Anglican development services Eastern has been implementing the Livelihoods Improvement Project with
Mrs. Judy Kathini Musyoka, 34 years old, married to Musyoka Kiema who