We promote food sovereignty through strengthening the capacity of smallholder farmers to use ecologically sound and sustainable agricultural practices and participate in policy formulation resulting in enhanced access and fairness in the Kenyan food system.
We work with communities to advocate for sustainable policies and practices that promote access to clean, safe and sufficient water for domestic and agricultural use. We capacity build communities to form Water Resource Users Associations (WRUA) that are vehicles for water conservation and climate change adaption and mitigation.
We partner with communities to foster equitable, efficient, productive, and sustainable land use systems. We empower partners to support women rights in relation to access, ownership, decision making, and security of land.
We work with and encourage communities to conserve genetic resources as the foundation to food sovereignty. Genetic resources are the wealth of the nation of Kenya and are important for our economic growth. We capacity build communities to engage in public participation processes that lead to sustainable exploitation of these genetic resources for food and nutrition and agriculture.