Urban Livelihoods and Economic Development

Why Urban Livelihoods?

The KCDF Urban Livelihoods programme partners with local civil society organizations through projects that “alleviate poverty, strengthen the voice and improve the health of vulnerable people living in Kibera and other slums in Nairobi”.


I dream to be like Wangari Maathai

Unelker Bosibori, aged 21 and a third-year student of Environment Science at University of Nairobi, is one of the two winners of the 2016 edition of Wangari Maathai Scholarship Fund, run by the Green Belt Movement and KCDF, a testimony of her zeal to be part of the next frontier in environment conservation.

April 29, 2016

Asmahan: My mentor helped me focus beyond the ceiling

“The Circle is a place where dreams are nurtured and realised!” exclaims 23-year-old Asmahan Mohamed…


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Technology Donation Programme

TCSO’s in Kenya with formal Non-Profit status can now access donated software for free or at very low administrative fees.

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