Community Enterprises

The overriding objective is to promote community capacity to manage local resources for poverty reduction and dignity through groups for increased food production and structured market access that guarantee household incomes and gradually wean them from direct support. The overall goal of this approach is to increase ability of households ...
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Education/Vocational

While supporting direct educational programs principally through OVC projects, we wish to appeal to the county government of Homabay to rehabilitate the Homa Hills Youth Polytechnic to provide accessible vocational training opportunities to local school drop outs or those not eligible or able to pursue higher education to increase the ...
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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 ...
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Advocacy and Campaigns

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. This has led to the establishment of ...
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Support to Civil Society

At this level, 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. All these groups, especially women, are also eligible for our Microfinance program SILC which encourage ...
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Direct Poverty Alleviation

Here, 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 and especially during the initial stages even as we later mainstream them into the broader society. Local poverty rates are nearly 70% hence a large number ...
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