Our Projects, Services and Support

Nalala Community
Projects and

Welcome to our Nalala Community Initiatives International! We are excited to showcase our projects and services to you. Browse through our portfolio and see how we can meet your needs. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing you with top-quality service. Contact us if you have any questions or are interested in learning more. We would love to hear from you and discuss how we can collaborate.

Education & Skill Development

We strive to improve access to quality education by supporting schools, constructing and repairing classrooms, providing scholarships, and implementing educational programs that enhance learning outcomes.

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Scholarship programs

We offer scholarships to disadvantaged children, enabling them to pursue their education and break the cycle of poverty.

School support

We provide resources, infrastructure improvements, and teacher training to enhance the quality of education in schools.

Advocacy Services

In Kajiado County, Kenya, several issues require advocacy to bring about positive change and improve the lives of the local population. Some of the key issues which Nalala works on include:

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Awareness Campaigns

We organize workshops, seminars, and community events to raise awareness about child rights, child protection, and related issues.

Child helpline

We operate a child helpline to provide support, guidance, and intervention for children in need of assistance.

Land and resource Management

Our advocacy efforts focus on ensuring equitable access to land, addressing land grabbing, and promoting sustainable resource management practices. This include advocating for transparent land tenure systems, protecting indigenous land rights, and promoting responsible land use to prevent environmental degradation.

Gender Equality and Women Empowerment

Nalala advocates for women’s rights, including access to education, healthcare, economic opportunities, and participation in decision-making processes.

Food Security

Food insecurity is a significant issue in Kajiado County, Kenya, as it is in many other regions of the country. Kajiado County is located in the arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs) of Kenya, characterized by erratic rainfall patterns and limited agricultural potential. NCII strives to address the food insecurity situation in Kajiado and Makueni Counties

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NCII operating in Kajiado & Makueni Counties Kenya focuses on various medical situations and interventions based on the needs of the community. Interventions typically aim to improve access to healthcare, prevent diseases, promote health education, and support the overall well-being of the local population.

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Disability Support

Kenya, like many other countries, faces challenges related to disability inclusion and accessibility. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is estimated that around 15% of the global population lives with some form of disability. In Kenya, the percentage is likely to be similar.

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Disability Support

Nalala Community in Kajiado County provides complete support to people with disabilities. Our tailored programs empower individuals to lead fulfilling lives through disability assessments, personalized treatment plans, and ongoing care. Our team is committed to helping participants achieve their full potential by providing necessary resources and support. Contact us to learn more about our disability services.

Partnerships & Collaborations

We actively seek partnerships with government agencies, local communities, other NGOs, and international organizations to maximize our impact and create sustainable change for children in Kenya with a key concentration in Kajiado and Makueni.

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"We exist to empower vulnerable communities in the best interest of children."
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