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Integrated Livelihood Improvement Project (ILIP)

This is a project funded by Transform Aid International (TAI), working with community members to develop lasting solutions to their poverty. We believe in empowering people, so the project begins by setting up community-based organizations (CBO), where community members can receive training and resources to start making changes in their own lives. The community members also work with local partners/government/counties to develop holistic community plans, which begins with them identifying the root causes of their problems and then mapping out the best ways of addressing them. The project aims at improving living conditions for 35,844 people in Kitui and Machakos counties in Lower Eastern Kenya by June 2023, through capacity building initiatives and support towards diversifying their income sources, increasing water access and food security, improving hygiene and sanitation, environmental and natural resource management and establishment of functional and all-inclusive community-based structures.

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Integrated Livelihood Improvement Project (ILIP)

This is a project funded by Transform Aid International (TAI), working with community members to develop lasting solutions to their poverty. We believe in empowering people, so the project begins by setting up community-based organizations (CBO), where community members can receive training and resources to start making changes in their own lives. The community members also work with local partners/government/counties to develop holistic community plans, which begins with them identifying the root causes of their problems and then mapping out the best ways of addressing them.

The project aims at improving living conditions for 35,844 people in Kitui and Machakos counties in Lower Eastern Kenya by June 2023, through capacity building initiatives and support towards diversifying their income sources, increasing water access and food security, improving hygiene and sanitation, environmental and natural resource management and establishment of functional and all-inclusive community-based structures.

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Garissa Livelihood Improvement Project (GLIP)

The project is funded by Transform Aid International (TAI) ,working with community members to develop lasting solutions to their poverty

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Garissa Livelihood Improvement Project (GLIP)

This is a project funded by Transform Aid International (TAI), working with community members to develop lasting solutions to their poverty. The overall goal of the project is to improve the living conditions of the 5095 people of Sankuri ward in Balambala Sub County Garissa County by June 2023, through the established all-inclusive and organized community structures, improved knowledge, skills, technology transfer and marketing of agriculture and livestock units leading to sustainable farming systems and household incomes. Installations and rehabilitation of water structures at community level leading to increased access to water and reduced distances to water points for domestic, irrigation and livestock use. Hygiene and sanitation awareness and provision of hygiene materials leading to reduced prevalence on diseases and containment of the spread of Covid-19 among the target community.

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Livelihood Improvement Project (LIP)

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Livelihood Improvement Project (LIP)

Since 2009 we have been working in partnership with  Anglican Board of Mission (ABM/AID) to improve the livelihoods of the most vulnerable communities, making them more resilient to the effects of climate change and  strengthening community institutions in Machakos and Makueni counties ;also working closely with the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) in strengthening Anglican communities in their faith, especially amongst the children and youth to; increase water accessibility and safe hygiene environments in the target areas, increase crop and livestock productivity,  enhance the capacity of the  Community-based organizations to conserve the environment , increase household income, and increase CBO members knowledge on cross-cutting issues affecting the society for improved community cohesion and enhancement of service delivery .

 

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Integrated Food Security Project (IFSP)

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Integrated Food Security Project (IFSP)

The project goal is to have improved Food Security/ Livelihoods for 22,288 community members in Machakos, Makueni & Kitui counties. The projects aim at ensuring that; Community based organizations successfully advocate and lobby for resources to the benefit of their members, Livelihood of smaller farmers belonging to the target group increases as well as improving their hygiene situation through having reliable and available access to water.

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Self Help Group Approach-Project

This project funded by Kinder not HLife (KNH), which is a development approach meant to empower the very poor in the Makueni County economically, socially and politically. The approach seeks to promote the enjoyment of human rights for all at community level, especially women, vulnerable and marginalized persons. It focuses more on poor women and their children and then broadens its focus to entire household/ community.  Every human being has a God given potential and what he/she requires is good environment and facilitation to allow such individual unleash such potential. This is achieved through organizing them into small manageable groups (e.g. 15 – 20 members). The program aims at seeing 90 to 100 Self Help groups 8-10 clusters and 1 federation formed.

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Self Help Group Approach-Project

This project funded by Kinder not HLife (KNH), which is a development approach meant to empower the very poor in the Makueni County economically, socially and politically. The approach seeks to promote the enjoyment of human rights for all at community level, especially women, vulnerable and marginalized persons. It focuses more on poor women and their children and then broadens its focus to entire household/ community.  Every human being has a God given potential and what he/she requires is good environment and facilitation to allow such individual unleash such potential. This is achieved through organizing them into small manageable groups (e.g. 15 – 20 members). The program aims at seeing 90 to 100 Self Help groups 8-10 clusters and 1 federation formed.

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