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ActionAid Kenya

The year 2020 was a turning point for AAIK. In this report, Resilience Amidst Global Challenges, we bring you stories of resilience and determination among communities to succeed and better their


Newsletter: July 2021

Our July 2021 newsletter brings out the impact on lives of women and girls in the counties where we implement our programmes.


Unheard Voices

This study forms part of the Global Programme on
Economic Opportunities and Decent Work for Youth
(EODWY), which is a thematic programme under
the Strategic Partnership Agreement between the


Annual Report 2018: Changing The Story

In this report ‘Changing The Story – 2018’; we bring to you stories of change, transformation one life at a time. You will see in this report how individuals; women, girls, families and communities


Newsletter: April 2019

Globally, we are all in one way or the other experiencing the effects of climate change. From flash floods to cyclones, bush fires to melting ice caps!

In Kenya, unpredictable weather patterns

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Report: How are our monies spent?

The study’s key objective is to ascertain the rationale in allocating decentralized funds at national and sub-national levels, establish the absorptive capacities of districts with particular emphasis


Strategy Paper : Our Rights for Justice(2018-2028)

ActionAid Kenya Country Strategic Paper 2018-2028

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Newsletter: March 2017

The inadequate long and the short rains due to climate change impacts in 2016 has caused communities in the arid and semi- arid (ASAL) parts of Kenya to experience varied levels of food insecurity. By

Newsletter: July 2015

You will never know the riches that lie hidden in the soil until you quench its thirst with some water.Our agriculture projects in Isiolo and Mwingi counties have seen women living in poverty and


Annual Report Brief-2009

ActionAid worked with over one million people in 2009. ActionAid International Kenya worked with over one million poor people in 20 Development Initiatives (DIs) spread in 20 districts in 2009. This