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Years of


Homa Hills Community Development Organization (HHCDO) was founded in 1980 by the Norwegian donor historically known as Redd Banna. The main intention was to rescue the community swinging in poverty and vulnerable life style. Redd Banna believed that life of a child rests on their parents and the entire community accommodating the child. To ensure a sustainable community, Redd Banna initiated an Agricultural and Technical Training Centre to help impact the community with practical skills. Those who acquired practical knowledge from this centre became their own bosses, and could support their children’s education.  

HHCDO was legally registered as an NGO in 1994. The centre is situated at the Western Shores of Lake Victoria in Kenya, where it occupies 158.4 acres of leasehold land, in a collegial setting. This makes HHCDO a unique NGO with a special opportunity for community development due to its mix of both social and enterprise projects. The Redd Banna however, phased out in 1999, due to deteriorated diplomatic condition experienced in Kenya.


To build the capacity of the community to facilitate sustainable development to support vulnerable groups


A self-sustained community that enjoys quality life

Core Values

The organization is guided by partnership, professionalism, integrity, empowerment, communication, and respect and quality service. HHCDO implements both social and enterprise development activities.

Direct Poverty Alleviation

We directly bridge the gap of essential or basic services like food, medication, Anti-Retroviral drugs (ARVs), vaccinations, and de-worming to the very vulnerable people and especially during the initial stages even as we later mainstream them into the broader society.

Advocacy and Campaign

At this level the community groups engage their leaders and petition other stakeholders to confront human rights violations afflicting the vulnerable groups. Here the approach to poverty is rights based and small groups are encouraged to coalesce and network into thematic advocacy groups.

Education/Vocational Services

While supporting direct educational programs principally through OVC projects, we are currently lobbying educational entities and the county government of Homa Bay to rehabilitate the Homa Hills Youth Polytechnic to provide accessible vocational training opportunities to youths within the community.

Support the


Homa Hills is engaged in various projects to help minimize poverty level, save lives, support orphans and vulnerable families, and empower the community in general. While we already have some partners and funders offering us a termly support, we still need your support to enable us achieve our set goals and expand our support to the community. You can change the life of the community today!

As a charitable individual, Well-Wisher, Donor, investor or NGO, we thank you in advance for your generosity! Your donation will be greatly appreciated and will be used solely to achieve our set goals.

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Supporting the Civil Society

We engage the community through groups to take up their responsibilities to one another. We therefore provide skills for various groups like School Management Committees, PLWHAs, Youth, Women, farmers and fishermen groups.

Household-Based Care

Our main target groups are Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) and People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs). Certain activities however benefit the whole community. We support over 8300 OVCs within family setups under natural or foster care to minimize disruptions to their socio-cultural lives as much as possible.


Scaling up agro-enterprise through the out grower schemes to cover over 1000 caregivers and farmers in the next 3 years to improve household incomes in areas like horticulture, seed sorghum, groundnuts, mangoes, trees, poultry, livestock and honey.

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What we do

Our Enterprises

Entrepreneurship and enterprise development holds a huge potential for unlocking economic potential of HHCDO. Despite having a large pool of untapped natural resources and human capital, the surrounding communities decry weak economies, poor governance, widespread poverty and human suffering. Nonetheless, HHCDO has the chance to provide the incentive for changing the status quo through Horticultural farming, Poultry farming, Catering, and hotel accommodation.


At Homa Hills, we offer both immobile and mobile catering services around Karachuonyo and the bordering districts.

Farming and Horticulture

HHCDO is currently majoring in horticultural farming to overcome food shortage within the community.

Hall & Accommodation

Our accommodation services are improving increasingly, with guest rooms set to suit all kind of visitors.

Poultry Farming

HHCDO embraces the commercial poultry farming, rearing Broilers, kenbro, and Kari improved Kienyeji.

Project Portfolios

The KARP project’s objective is to offer accessible, quality care and support to HIV+ clients & their families. The project continues to impact positively in the lives of many families infected and affected by providing life-prolonging medication and psychosocial support. 

Determined, Resilient, Empowered, Aids-free, Mentrored and Safe (DREAMS) project was introduced by PATH to reduce and eliminate HIV/Aids infections among the adolescent aged 10-24 within Central and West Karachuonyo ward.

PROSPER project supported 3433 Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) in 1603 households within Karachuonyo and Rangwe Constituency. PROSPER focused on livelihood activities, WASH, Malaria and Nutrition. 

HHCDO in partnership with THRIVE II supported 1920 households and ensured that children under two years old thrive in a sustainable culture of care and support. The project focused on activities geared towards increased attainment of age-appropriate development milestones through adoption of key ECD practices like IYCF, early stimulation, WASH and positive parenting and improved maternal mental wellbeing among mothers of children under two years.

The project main aim was to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS among the communities of West and East Karachuonyo division.

This project enabled HHCDO to educate about 5000 youths on matters related to alcohol and other drug abuse.

TCB project funded by the Catholic Relief Services supports 5100 Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) and their caregivers within Karachuonyo and Rangwe Constituency.  The projects main aim is to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS among those communities through

  • Health and care
  • Education and Vocational Training
  • Food and nutritional Support
  • Shelter and Care
  • Protection
  • Psycho Social Support
  • Economic strengthening

We Have 40+ Years

Serving the community

You can change the livelihood of the vulnerable community today!