Livelihood and Resilience Program works to create sustainable livelihoods and food security that can cope with, and recover from natural disasters and their effects; Sustain and improve their wellbeing. We help families escape the cycle of poverty and become more resilient through a range of interventions like farming, vocational trainings and impacting youth, women and girls with the skills they need to earn a sustainable income and sustain their livelihoods. We support community to diversify their livelihoods.
Successful livelihood and resilience program interventions result into both economic and non-economic benefits including improved community well-being, greater income, improved access to social services such as education, water and healthcare; reduced vulnerability to harsh climatic conditions such as prolonged droughts; improved food security and sustainable use of natural resources.
The lack of post-primary education opportunities is also one of major challenges population in Marsabit and in East Pokot, Baringo Counties face in Kenya. To help them earn a living, our livelihood and resilience teams:
- Support communities to access agricultural tools and seeds.
- Support communities to access farm irrigation technologies
- Offer vocational skills development for young adults with self-employment and diversified livelihood options.
- Provide targeted support for groups and most vulnerable families with various enterprises such as goat rearing and grinding mill machines for income generation.