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Integrated Livelihood Improvement/Enhancement Project (ILEP)

The Integrated Livelihood Enhancement Project (ILEP) project is funded by the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) program and has been working in partnership with Transform Aid International (TAI) and is working with community members to develop lasting solutions to reduce poverty levels. The project aims to improve the livelihoods of 34,030 community members in Machakos and Kitui Counties by June 2029. This will be achieved through increasing access to water and enhancing adoption on proper hygiene and sanitation practices, Improving incomes of community members including the most vulnerable through agricultural production and diverse livelihood options, improving environmental conservation to mitigate effects of climate change, improving decision making and protection of vulnerable people (especially women, children, youth and PWDs) and enhancing capacity of community structures to deliver community development initiatives.

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Integrated Livelihood Improvement/Enhancement Project (ILEP)

The Integrated Livelihood Enhancement Project (ILEP) project is funded by the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) program and has been working in partnership with Transform Aid International (TAI) and is working with community members to develop lasting solutions to reduce poverty levels. The project aims to improve the livelihoods of 34,030 community members in Machakos and Kitui Counties by June 2029. This will be achieved through increasing access to water and enhancing adoption on proper hygiene and sanitation practices, Improving incomes of community members including the most vulnerable through agricultural production and diverse livelihood options, improving environmental conservation to mitigate effects of climate change, improving decision making and protection of vulnerable people (especially women, children, youth and PWDs) and enhancing capacity of community structures to deliver community development initiatives.

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Donation Total: $100

Towards Ending Drought Emergencies (TWENDE) Project

The project is a Green Climate Fund (GCF) project funded through International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as the accredited entity, Conservation International (CI) and JUSTDIGGI (JDI). Towards Ending Drought Emergencies (TWENDE) project is implemented in Makueni, Kitui, Tana River and Tharaka Nithi Counties. The project aims at restoring degraded land to mitigate risks associated with climate change and increase incomes for beneficiary groups from resource management through grass seed banking and digging of soil bunds to increase water retention capacities in the select project area.

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Towards Ending Drought Emergencies (TWENDE) Project

The project is a Green Climate Fund (GCF) project funded through International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as the accredited entity, Conservation International (CI) and JUSTDIGGI (JDI). Towards Ending Drought Emergencies (TWENDE) project is implemented in Makueni, Kitui, Tana River and Tharaka Nithi Counties. The project aims at restoring degraded land to mitigate risks associated with climate change and increase incomes for beneficiary groups from resource management through grass seed banking and digging of soil bunds to increase water retention capacities in the select project area.

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Donation Total: $100

Kenya Crops and Dairy Market Systems Project

The Kenya Crops and Dairy Market Systems received a part of the USAID-Ukraine Supplemental funding whose purpose is to cushion the Macroeconomic Shock and Impact on Poor People, Mitigate the Global Fertilizer Shortage and Increase Investments in Agricultural Capacity and Resilience.  The Kenya Crops and Dairy Market Systems (KCDMS) through its public and private sector partnerships and using the Partnerships and Innovation Fund (PIF), will be intervening in areas that align with the supplemental funding objectives. This includes: Expand efficiency in the distribution of fertilizer and use of improved soil management technology and practices in partnership with Input Suppliers and increased nutrition and food security.

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Kenya Crops and Dairy Market Systems Project

The Kenya Crops and Dairy Market Systems received a part of the USAID-Ukraine Supplemental funding whose purpose is to cushion the Macroeconomic Shock and Impact on Poor People, Mitigate the Global Fertilizer Shortage and Increase Investments in Agricultural Capacity and Resilience.  The Kenya Crops and Dairy Market Systems (KCDMS) through its public and private sector partnerships and using the Partnerships and Innovation Fund (PIF), will be intervening in areas that align with the supplemental funding objectives. This includes: Expand efficiency in the distribution of fertilizer and use of improved soil management technology and practices in partnership with Input Suppliers and increased nutrition and food security.

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Donation Total: $100

Makueni Agroforestry Carbon Project (MACP)

The Makueni Agroforestry Carbon Project (MACP) aims to contribute to food security, climate resilience and income generation through the production and sale of Croton seeds. The Project will promote the adoption and continuation of Sustainable Agricultural Land Management (SALM) practices that will generate high-quality carbon credits targeting to achieve 40,000 ha of smallholder farms in Makueni county and will follow a 5-year roll-out plan starting in 2023 (100 ha), 2024 (3900 ha), 2025 (8,000 ha), 2026 (12,000 ha) and 2027 (16,000 ha). The target trees being Croton megalocarpus, other native tree species such as Melia Volkensii, Dalbergia, as well as Moringa, Neem and fruit species.

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Makueni Agroforestry Carbon Project (MACP)

The Makueni Agroforestry Carbon Project (MACP) aims to contribute to food security, climate resilience and income generation through the production and sale of Croton seeds. The Project will promote the adoption and continuation of Sustainable Agricultural Land Management (SALM) practices that will generate high-quality carbon credits targeting to achieve 40,000 ha of smallholder farms in Makueni county and will follow a 5-year roll-out plan starting in 2023 (100 ha), 2024 (3900 ha), 2025 (8,000 ha), 2026 (12,000 ha) and 2027 (16,000 ha). The target trees being Croton megalocarpus, other native tree species such as Melia Volkensii, Dalbergia, as well as Moringa, Neem and fruit species.

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Donation Total: $100

Integrated Initiatives for Sustainable Livelihoods Project (IISL)

ADSE partners with The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) to improve livelihoods in Mbitini and Mavindini. The project strengthens communities by empowering women, youth and people living with disabilities.  The project promotes livelihood diversification strategies and enterprises that build on the resilience of the communities. The implementation involves the formation of community structures to coordinate community development work, trainings and farmer extension activities on farming, water harvesting and on income generation shall help the community cope with the changing climatic pattern and address the issues around inequalities and access to basic services. The project advocates for participation of all persons especially the disabled, women, the aged and children in respective planned activities. The project is being implemented in Mbitini ward and Mavindini Ward of Kitui and Makueni County respectively targeting 15,549, rural small holder farmers both directly and indirectly using the self help group approach for community entry.

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Integrated Initiatives for Sustainable Livelihoods Project (IISL)

ADSE partners with The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) to improve livelihoods in Mbitini and Mavindini. The project strengthens communities by empowering women, youth and people living with disabilities.  The project promotes livelihood diversification strategies and enterprises that build on the resilience of the communities. The implementation involves the formation of community structures to coordinate community development work, trainings and farmer extension activities on farming, water harvesting and on income generation shall help the community cope with the changing climatic pattern and address the issues around inequalities and access to basic services. The project advocates for participation of all persons especially the disabled, women, the aged and children in respective planned activities. The project is being implemented in Mbitini ward and Mavindini Ward of Kitui and Makueni County respectively targeting 15,549, rural small holder farmers both directly and indirectly using the self help group approach for community entry.

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Donation Total: $100

Women Economic Empowerment through engendered Climate-Smart Agriculture and policies.

ADSE partners with UN Women to implement Women Economic Empowerment project through climate smart agriculture in Kitui county. Investing in women’s economic empowerment sets a direct path towards gender equality, poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth. Women make enormous contributions to economies, whether in businesses, on farms, as entrepreneurs or employees, or by doing unpaid care work at home. Women and persons with disability remain disproportionately affected by poverty, discrimination and exploitation in the society. Gender discrimination means women often end up in insecure, low-wage jobs, and constitute a small minority of those in senior positions. It curtails access to economic assets such as land and loans. It limits participation in shaping economic and social policies. And, because women perform the bulk of household work, they often have little time left to pursue economic opportunities. In all our economic empowerment Programmes, ADSE reaches out to women most in need, often by engaging with rural women and persons with disability in the target areas with an aim of   higher incomes, better access to and control over resources, and greater security, including protection from violence.

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Women Economic Empowerment through engendered Climate-Smart Agriculture and policies.

ADSE partners with UN Women to implement Women Economic Empowerment project through climate smart agriculture in Kitui county. Investing in women’s economic empowerment sets a direct path towards gender equality, poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth. Women make enormous contributions to economies, whether in businesses, on farms, as entrepreneurs or employees, or by doing unpaid care work at home. Women and persons with disability remain disproportionately affected by poverty, discrimination and exploitation in the society. Gender discrimination means women often end up in insecure, low-wage jobs, and constitute a small minority of those in senior positions. It curtails access to economic assets such as land and loans. It limits participation in shaping economic and social policies. And, because women perform the bulk of household work, they often have little time left to pursue economic opportunities.

In all our economic empowerment Programmes, ADSE reaches out to women most in need, often by engaging with rural women and persons with disability in the target areas with an aim of   higher incomes, better access to and control over resources, and greater security, including protection from violence.

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Donation Total: $100