Project Boosts Livelihoods for Young Urban Farmers
Traders shouting for attention of passers-by, loud music blaring from tin-shack bars, drunken men staggering on the roads and rivulets of raw sewer flowing in every direction are easily evident as we make our way through the densely populated Nairobi’s Mkuru Kayaba slum.
Nutrition-based businesses power lives of HIV-positive Women and Youth
It’s midday in Kibera and on the sides the winding dirt passage ways in the informal settlement , a group of residents stand around two charcoal stoves with large cooking pots (sufurias) of steaming githeri (boiled mixture of beans and maize) and beans stew.
Mobilizing PWDs into Mainstream in Machakos County
People Living with Disability (PWDs) are among the most marginalized groups in different communities. For most, there is nothing much to speak about their lives beyond their limitation, stigma and discrimination. Begging is a common way of life where PWDs depend on well-wishers for their needs.
Cases of Child Abuse Reduce in Slums
Yvonne Atieno, 13, knows too well what it means to live in slums where violence and child-abuse is rampant and an every-day occurrence. The first born in a single-parent-family of four children, Atieno’s early years were full of various forms of child abuse at home, school and in the neighborhood.
Health Education Providers Acquire Sign Language Skills
The words by Lou Ferrigno, an icon to the deaf community who overcame hearing difficulties to succeed in film and fitness industries, seem to be the driving force behind the determination of the Deaf Ability Initiative (DAI) to improve the quality of life for the deaf.
Mwangaza Poa Project
Riziki Kenya is a welfare and community development organization formalized in year 2001 to engage in the empowerment and transformational development in various projects in Kenya. Riziki Kenya’s mission is to transform lives through providing and enabling environment for holistic child development and empowering the community for self reliance.