Our Current Projects

Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)

This project aims at improving access to safe drinking water and promoting good health through improved hygiene practices.


Key Activities

  • Extension of a water pipeline
  • Household Water harvesting using plastic tanks (Drinking water)
  • Construction of water pans for harvesting (for farm activities)
  • Community sensitization on safe water handling

Sanitation and Hygiene

Key Activities

  • Community sensitization on community-led total sanitation (CLTS) approach
  • School health programs (Child hygiene and sanitation transformation – CHAST methodology)
  • Community sensitization on Basic Hygiene practices through community outreaches
  • Supporting action and dialogue days by CHVs

Community Health Strategy: Livelihoods (Value chains)

This project aims at improving production, food security and income. Our value chains include;- Green grams, Milk and Pasture commercialization.

Key activities

  • Training farmers on good farming practices to improve production
  • Post-harvest handling
  • Value addition
  • Marketing

Implementation strategy: Farmer Field Schools (FFS) approach

Orphaned and Vulnerable Children project (CASE-OVC) – Supported by USAID

The project came to be in July 2014 as a result of the gaps identified through the Kitise HIV& AIDS Community project. It covers parts of Makueni and Kathonzweni sub-counties. The Project’s goal is to ensure that children affected by HIV/AIDS are resilient and thriving within their households and communities as well as improving the welfare and protection of children affected by HIV/AIDs. To achieve this, CASE-OVC aims at;-

  • Improving the health and social status of OVC and their families
  • Enhancing economic resilience, care-giving and protection capacity of OVC households
  • Strengthening formal and informal protection systems improving their responsiveness, inclusiveness and accountability to the OVC, their households/caregivers, and their needs.

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