Innovative and responsive social ministry programs alleviate poverty and all other forms of human suffering.

  1. Improved Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment
    • Ensure women and marginalized people have access and control of resources
    • Influencing changes of attitude and behavior regarding risky cultural practices
    • Organize and participate in capacity building initiatives for women to advocate and stand for their rights
    • Lobbying for girl child rights (education, human rights)
  2. Improved Peace and stability, Human Rights, Democratic Governance
    • Supporting peace and transitional justice through dialogue
    • Demobilization, Rehabilitation and reintegration of ex-militia
    • Building capacity of communities for early warning and early response including violence prevention
    • Facilitating formulation and implementation of policies on peace, land and inclusion
    • Networking and partnerships with other organization supporting similar initiatives
    • Disarming of ex militia/ armed communities
    • Increased level of transparency and accountability in all forms of governance at national and county level
    • Increased recognition of the economic, social and cultural rights of indigenous and marginalized groups
    • Increased citizen participation in governance at county and national level.
    • Reduced barriers to inclusion by increasing access to opportunities and independence for persons with disabilities
    • Consider adding the following: Building capacity of local community in public participation in county development processes, including budgeting; at FPFK/national level, there is need to engage with other actors in processes like UPR and monitoring of human rights performance indicators in Kenya
  3. Improved food security and livelihoods through climate-smart interventions
    • Increased knowledge on environmental conservation and responsibility
    • Increased capacity to promote and act in regards to clean environment
    • Increased knowledge on environmental conservation and responsibility
    • Strengthen and promote food security
    • Increased household and community resilience on sustainable land use.
    • Establishing solid waste management plan developed by county governments
    • Promoted working relationships with the county government and other actors
    • Increased knowledge on environmental conservation ad responsibility with regard to clean environment
    • Increased capacity to promote and act in regards to clean environment
    • Improved access to safe and clean drinking water
    • Improved access to primary health care services
    • Increase access to sustainable, safe water and environmental sanitation for poor and vulnerable communities
  1. Effective health service delivery through enhanced engagement and citizen participation
    • Improved access to adequate health services in marginalized areas
    • Stigma related to health is openly addressed in target communities/areas
    • Strengthened capacity for communities to address the effects of HIV /FGM within communities
    • Strengthened life competent communities that have capacity and skills to identify and respond to their own vulnerabilities/concerns
    • Strengthened Social Ministry program management and operations
    • Support the development, enhancement, and use of technology at the program level to assist the program workforce in performing at the highest levels.
    • Integrate financial, programmatic, and beneficiary data to support decision-making that drives operational improvements.
    • Empower the program workforce to design, test, and sustain innovative approaches to improving operational processes.
    • Support a mobile work environment that balances flexibility with accountability and highlevel performance.
    • Integrate risk management techniques as an integral part of program oversight to drive strategic decision-making.
    • Strong monitoring and evaluation systems in place for effective results reporting and learning
    • Diversified resource base for sustainable financing of projects
  2. Ensuring right to education is realized 1. Improved access to quality and inclusive education (formal/informal) to learners
    • Communities support the right to education for all
    • Learners trained in vocational skills are employed or self-employed
    • Promote the realization of basic rights to education and social security
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