- Last year, our work helped over 24,000 of the poorest and most vulnerable people in Kenya to improve their lives.
In Kenya since 2000, our work now spans eight districts. According to the local needs, we help communities improve their health and living standards with clean water, rural health projects including immunisation camps and HIV/Aids awareness and improving agriculture to reduce hunger, increase incomes and protect the environment.
Our work in Kenya involves long-term development alongside relief in times of emergency.
Right now, we’re helping people respond to prolonged drought, by providing clean water and seeds and tools for long term self-reliance.View Kenya contact information