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Planning alternative strategies in project implementation

A cultural perspective: The REFLECT literacy circles attracting more older women than teenage mothers. In June 2017, Action Africa Help International’s Kenya programme (AAH Kenya) launched an adult literacy class targeting one of the most vulnerable groups in the Mara, Narok County – young mothers aged between 14 and 20 years. These women face marginalization […]

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Empowering communities in Mara

Eight women and three men, representing 11 groups (circles) participated in a one-day Trainer-of-Trainers workshop in Narok County. The workshop is part of activities under the Mara Community Livelihood Improvement Project, a project implemented by Action Africa Help International (AAH-I), and funded by Bread for the World (BftW). The goal of the project is to […]

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Market Day for refugees and host communities

To mark the World Refugee Day in Turkana County, Kenya, Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) and other livelihoods thematic working partners (Lutheran World Foundation, National Council of Churches of Kenya, FilmAid Kenya, Norwegian Refugee Council, Handicap International, Food and Agriculture Organization, Swiss Contact, Food for the Hungry County Government of Turkana, Equity Bank) and other […]