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  • Project Title: ECD Classroom Construction


ECD Classroom in IlbisilWe have made strides as far us this pillar is concerned and are still on that journey. We have built a pre-school in Osiligi, Kajiado County.

In our needs assessment, the cry for the Maasai community in Osiligi was that small children could not start school at the appropriate age. This was because the schools are scarce and far from their homesteads. A child aged three years could not walk alone( a distance of over ten kilometres) due to the dangers of being attacked by wild animals such as elephants. Their parents had to walk them to school each and every day, limiting their productivity and engagement in income generating activities. For the children, they could get very tired from the walk and this was detrimental to their growth and overall well being.

Most parents had opted to wait for their children to grow older for them to start school. Most of them could start school at the age of twelve years missing out on the early years of schooling.

Project Goal:

To contribute to increased access, enrollment, retainment of children in Early Childhood Education and transition to Primary Education for children living in Kajiado County.

  • Donor: House of Prayers Ministry - Germany
  • County:Kajiado
  • Date:2020
  • Pillar:Education
  • Status:Completed
  • Project Title: Greenhouse Project


GreenhouseThis is a recent project that has been undertaken in Ilbisil, Kajiado County. Through our donors the BMZ fund and Ora-kinderhilfe we have been able to construct three greenhouses  in Long’osua. The main objectives for this project were:
  1. Introduction of farming practice to the Maasai community and enhance commercial farming in the area.
  2. Enhancing the consumption of balanced diet within the Maasai community through promoting the inclusion of vegetables in their diet.
  3. Empower the community through training on nutrition and healthy eating habits to curb malnutrition.
The greenhouses were completed in November and measure 15 metres by 8 metres, complete with a three 1000 litre capacity water tanks, 3 steel tank stands and complete drip irrigation systems. We have tomatoes, capsicum, onions in the greenhouses as well as kales & spinach in an open field within the site.
We are in the process of approving the agricultural training curriculum, which is scheduled for April 2021 (this month). In this training, the agronomists have identified the following topics to be covered;

a. Crop production under drip irrigation
b. Drip system maintenance
c. Basic crop management practices
d. Integrated pests and disease managements
e. Rain water harvesting and conservation methods.

These trainings are set to equip them with basic knowledge on how to tend to their crops after the installation of the drip irrigation kits in their respective homesteads. The farm manager will then be tasked with the duty of supervision and paying visits to every member to offer guidance and help them to achieve the desired results of quality crops.

The water tanks and steel tank stands have already been delivered to site, a model drip irrigation kit installed on the demo site for the trainees to see and understand how it works, and after the training is complete, will be installed immediately thereafter in their homesteads.
  • Donor: BMZ Fund
  • County:Kajiado-Ilsbisil
  • Date:2020
  • Pillar:Food Security
  • Status:Ongoing
  • Project Title: Water Project in Ilbisil


Water project in IlbisilThis project was done in Ilbisil Kajiado County, an area that is mainly inhabited by the Maasai community.  It is a semi arid area mainly characterized by hot and dry climatic conditions. The access to clean and safe water has always been a challenge to this community. In order to access water, community members often had to walk in search of water for domestic and livestock use. Their main sources of water are seasonal rivers, rain, dams and boreholes. Even with the availability of various sources; they are scarce and unreliable. 

The  objectives for this project were:
  1. To ensure access to clean and safe water for the community.
  2. Implement a sustainable (solar powered)water project that will ensure continuous access to clean and safe water.
  3. Ensure ownership, reliability and continuity  of the project within the community.

The project entailed drilling of a borehole, constructing of a water house structure, installation of a solar powered borehole pump and a water tank as well as the training the community leadership on water resource management, pump operation and maintenance. The project was successful and now serves the community.
  • Donor:

    The Five Stone Group.


  • County:Kajiado
  • Date:2017
  • Pillar:Water & Hygiene
  • Status:Completed
  • Project Title: Cold room Project


Cold RoomIn Kinari area, the organization has bought land that serves as a training ground for the ten Self Help Groups  in the area. The same portion of land also has a cold room; a storage facility for the community members. Over the years, the community has had low returns on their investment in farming. The farmers had been facing various difficulties such as inadequate storage facilities making their produce go bad and even selling off the produce at throw away prices. These challenges are what necessitated the need for a storage facility. The main objectives for this project were:
  1. Increase the life of fresh produce and prevent losses that occur as a result of perishability.
  2. Ensure that the community has a reliable and efficient storage facility for their produce.
  3. Boost commercial farming for farmers since with the facility they can source for suitable  markets.
The coldroom project was constructed and is functional. Our farmers now store their potatoes, green peas, carrots among other farm produce at a fee. The small fee caters for the frequent maintenance expenses of the cold room. This initiative has increased the ownership and overall reception even after implementation.
  • Donor: Ora-kinderhilfe
  • County:Kajiado-Kinari
  • Date:2018
  • Pillar:Food Security
  • Status:Completed