When children teach parents about urban farming

In Mukuru Slums children of poor families come regularly to a children shelter that one of our local partners has set up. There they get a cup of porridge, can do some studies, relax and stay together. Here they learn also a lot about hygiene and health. Some of the children engage also in the…

How flies produce organic food for animals and empower our farmers

Tobi Adgebite, a Social entrepreneur from Nigeria, is the founder of Entojutu, an organization in Nigeria. He had just finished an exciting year at kanthari – a social entrepreneurial center in India – when I met him the first time and learned about his ideas and solutions. A perfect match to our farmers in Western…

It’s today where we can make a change in children’s life!

Based on the donations of a few colleagues and friends we could support a children home in Bungoma, Western Kenya. There live sixty boys and girls. Recently, we could help with some additional beds as most of the children still had to sleep on the ground without any mats. This time, we have financed bricks…

The first “fruits” by the system changer network Kenya

Today, let me just share what one or better two of our 11 partners within the system changer network reported: ———— “BITE OF CHANGE”MUKURU ANGAZA FILM ACADEMY recently concluded a two week intensive training on #mentorship, #Leadership, #Communication and #SocialChange in #WEBUYE, BUNGOMA. The training which was in partnership with Golden Age Albino Support Program…

The change should come from within – a MMH impact story that matters

It’s three years now that within our Making More Health (MMH) Initiative we have launched programs in communities living at the poverty line in Kenya. We have started to work with several partners (NGOs, universities, government and social enterprises), among them also GAASPP (Golden aging albinism support program) in Webuye and also with Mukuru Angaza…

Systemic Partner networks “on the top” – big wins “on the ground”

Exchange of knowledge and sharing skills make a big difference! After our system changer network (SCN Kenya) launch two weeks ago where our eleven core partner organizations (Non profit organizations and social enterprises we work very closely and regularly with) from different parts in Kenya met and decided to continue and even to intensify working…

It’s time to do things differently – System changers network Kenya launched

Have you ever asked yourself why after more than 50 years of social and environmental development activities by many NGOs, governments and also companies worldwide, after incredible financial investments and after so many successful, but often short term impact measurements that often have really showing a positive effect, the poverty rate, the environmental situation and…