The Programme creates advocacy, mobilization and communication programs and messages for informing, enhancing knowledge and deploying the value-added benefit of communication (using various channels and targeted audience) aimed at increasing understanding and encouraging positive response for the achievement of Caritas programmes/initiatives to deliver results.
Caritas Kenya has been running a Gender Based Violence Prevention Programme that supports Caritas Kenya’s ability to efficiently and effectively play its National Coordination, Facilitation and Representation roles among its partners and stakeholders. Current areas of intervention focus on improving on the existing Caritas Kenya Capacity on Gender Development to
The Livelihood Program, under which water, sanitation and hygiene projects fall under, develops poverty reduction strategies to empower Kenyans towards self-sustenance in all areas. The programme deals with food security, microfinance and environmental conservation as key areas of intervention. It also oversees the implementation of water sanitation and hygiene (WASH)
Water security is vital to the livelihoods of the rural poor, to their employment,income, food and their prospects for escaping poverty. The lack of availability and the poor quality of freshwater have been reported to be two of the most limiting factors for development in Africa, constraining food production, industrial
The Programme aims at emergency response, Disaster Management, Mitigation and Response Programmes. Through the Programme, Caritas Kenya coordinates emergency activities while at the same time integrates long-term development interventions in a bid to build mitigation capacities for disaster prevention. The Programme seeks to effectively intervene Kenya’s disaster profile which is
Food security programme is an avenue for support of various agricultural and associated initiatives aimed at enabling the poor to have food at all times and in sufficient quantities. It aims at enhancement of National Food Security and supporting appropriate production and sustenance strategies within communities, as well as building