Inadequate skills for formal and informal employment were a problem facing many youths.
KDA was contracted by FAO (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nation) to undertake the following project.AS a service provider it was to :
The cost of fuel in slum areas is expensive not to mention high household pollution that also contributes to climate change.
This project targets dairy and crop farmers in North Rift, South Rift and West Pokot regions in Kenya.
Lack of information for better decision making is the major hindrance in financial inclusion among the financially marginalised communities.
As a strategy to enhance resilience of Somali communities, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
To date, diverse means of access to health services remains to a challenge to many low income earning Kenyans.
Access to decent housing is every Kenyans dream and acquiring one is expensive.
Poor infrastructure, low population density and limited economic potential are characteristics of many Kenyan rural areas.
Agriculture is the pillar of the Kenyan economy. For a long time, the economy.
Agriculture and small holder farming is the most common source of income in Kenyan rural areas.
Scaling up microfinance products for low income people in rural areas of Kenya was our major challenge.