CIVS Kenya
CIVS Kenya
CIVS Kenya
CIVS Kenya
CIVS Kenya
CIVS Kenya

Community Development

Emergency Relief

When support is lacking and all development solutions have failed emergency relief is the last hope.

Our emergency response is based on the needs of the affected population and our capacity to respond.

The Centre for International Voluntary Service (CIVS) approaches its emergency response programming through a framework of activities to save lives and support livelihoods, knowing that these measures are only the first step followed by many others to sustainably support a community to stand on its own feet and build resilience against the cause of the intervention.

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ECDE Program

The Early Childhood Development and Education (ECDE) play a role vital in any child's early years of development. A good ECDE Foundation promotes the positive transition of a child to the next stages of development and learning.

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Feeding Program

Higher poverty index has always been witnessed in areas with poor income and low purchasing power. This has been the situation in rural areas around our projects since such areas also experience high HIV/AIDS prevalence, perennial floods, and drought seasons among other challenges. 

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Water and Sanitation

Water is life. But a reliable, clean source of water is still a far fetched dream for many Kenyans. Nearly half of the Kenyan population lacks access to a source of safe water and nearly 2/3 cannot access adequate sanitation facilities as the country still faces huge challenges in water provision for domestic and agricultural use with erratic weather patterns causing droughts and water shortages. Kenya also has a limited renewable water supply and is classified as a water scarce country.

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Food Security

Agriculture is the backbone of Kenya’s economy and central to the Government of Kenya’s development strategy. Kenya’s agriculture sector employs more than 75% of the countries workforce and accounts both directly and indirectly for approximately 51% of Kenya’s gross domestic product.

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