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Lodwar, Kenya



1. Increased access to education in emergencies for children, youth, women disadvantaged persons, and refugees. This was possible through lobby mobilization and sensitization across partners and community engagement.

2. Promoted innovative household economic strengthening targeting Household girl-headed Households, female and youth-headed households. This has been successful through community girl-led processes. We have designed various programs that have delivered this objective through
A. For Households – Enhanced asset ownership and food security,
B. Community – resilience to economic shocks and girl-cantered government sectors by supporting them in delivering expected services
C. Markets – Increased leadership capacities and increased decision-making among minority household heads.
D. Basic Employability skills – Training, apprenticeship, skills delivery and linkage to employment opportunitiess for the youth, training and mentorship in VSLA, SILC, table banking, and other microfinance avenues.

4. Advocacy for proper and equitable allocation and utilization of state resources for the realization of economic, social, and cultural rights through organized civic forums to increase diminished civic space and positive influence of policies relating to state resources. This was largely a governance leadership and decision-making component that we have integrated into all our programs. Civic education, drafting of memoranda, and petitions, and facilitated community scorecards.

5. Support for and strengthen community projects for Resilience and sustainable diversified livelihoods by offering training, mentorship, provision of inputs, and managing and archiving new knowledge. This is correctly done through modern knowledge management and learning approaches, low-tech agriculture, agroecology, fish farming, Kitchen gardening, learning, and trade fairs.

6. Ensuring Institutionalization, strengthening, and commitment to the course for effective service delivery and committed accountability in governing authorities and communities – Through community-led advocacy and social accountability. There was also strengthened engagement between duty bearers and rights holders through structured social audits and accountability and administration of community scorecards with a view to contributing to effective service delivery.