Hunger & Livelihoods

Wednesday 17 July 2019

Time is running out: drought across horn of Africa

In the hilly desert terrains at Nabuskaal region in Turkana Northern Kenya, an outreach for health services has been convened for the community. The outreach that is done three times every month is an initiative to ensure that families that live far from health facilities can access health services. In Turkana County it is at least 30 KMS to the nearest health facility.  Atirr, Ero Kwee, 42, arrives for the services and takes a moment to find shade under a tree. She had walked for 7KM from her home with her 4 year old son.

Monday 1 July 2019

Ending the cycle of poverty: Imparting resilience skills to the youth

Mariam Mohammed Sheikh, 41 at her workshop in Mandera County, North Eastern Kenya

by Florence Dzame - Communications and Campaigns Manager

Monday 19 March 2018

Fatuma – Trained tailor…now a trainer

By Caroline Kwamboka and James Kabau

Fatuma sewing at her shop in Mandera

Tuesday 12 December 2017

Amoni’s Story...Building sustainable and resilient livelihoods

By Lameck Asava and Nickson Lomuse

A women’s Group Savings and Loan Association

Turkana County is highly drought prone—located in the north-west of Kenya, on the border of Uganda, the villages are remote and opportunities few.

Wednesday 1 November 2017

“Cash transfers saved my life," says Akale

By Caroline Kwamboka

Akale with her baby and husband Epem

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