Economic Empowerment

AIRD embraces a comprehensive and integrative approach to promoting entrepreneurship development and has adopted a two-fold approach that involves training and business development support services (BDSS).

  • The entrepreneurship training addresses unemployment and poverty by supporting the creation and expansion of business enterprises. The training seeks to change the thinking of young women and men from being job seekers to job creators, besides also stimulating innovation and creative and nurturing the same to real businesses. With idleness and hopelessenes addressed, benefiting youth become more focused, engaged and less vulnerable to missuse by politcians, peaceful citizens and also desist from engaging in crime.
  • The BDSS is designed to equip the entrepreneurs with skills in management and leadership, integration of ICT platforms in business, product value addition, value chain development, quality assurance and market linkages.
Economic Empowerment

One Of the Ongoing Projects

Improving sustainability and profitability of Boda boda enterprise: this project is being implemented in Homa Bay County, Nairobi, Nyeri, and Kwale

Economic Empowerment

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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

The state of health sector in most of the areas where AiRD operates is faced by a number of challenges that act in combination against the development of a healthy and productive population. Poor communications, poor water supply, poverty, poor rural health services and malnutrition are only some of the factors that contribute towards ill-health.

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

Water Sanitation & Hygiene

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One of the Ongoing Projects

A WASH Program covering Makueni, Machakos, Kitui counties which is a partnership between AIRD & P&G to provide clean drinkable water to school going children.

Agriculture and Climate Change

Kenya like other countries in the world is experiencing adverse effects of climate change. Climate change has caused negative socio-economic effects across most sectors with the most vulnerable being agriculture and livestock, forestry, water, health, fisheries, energy, tourism as well as physical and social infrastructure. Some of the general adverse effects of climate change experienced in Kenya include; Variations in weather patterns (reduced rainfall and failed seasons); frequent and prolonged droughts and diminishing water resources; floods/flash floods and landslides; environmental degradation and habitat destruction; resurgence of pests and diseases; loss of biodiversity; severe famine and hunger causing food insecurity and resource use conflicts.

Agriculture & Climate Change

One of the Ongong Projects

Working with communities to upscale afforestation and re-aforestation efforts in order to increase our tree cover and subsequently enhance carbon sinks

Agriculture and Climate Change

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Civil Society Strengthening Program (CSSP)

The program focuses on two components in the civil society sector. The first component involves research that will help assess competencies of civil society organizations (CSOs) and support their development. Secondly, AiRD will support government policy to encourage participation between communities and local government by underpinning that policy with mutual education, mutual training and encouraging mutual creative problem solving for communities, encouraging wide and multi-input approaches and advocacy for adapting policies and legislations that facilitate development at the county/sub-national level.

Civil Society Strengthening

Civil Society Strenghtening

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One of the Ongoing Projects

Providing youth with important ingredients that builds effective leaders through meaningful skill development, identification of common issues, challenges, opportunities and values in Kibera, Nairobi.