Development Projects

We at KENPRO offer both ‘soft projects’ and ‘hard projects’ support in various areas of development including but not limited to the following: Research Projects, IT Projects, Youth Training Programs, Water Projects and Youth and Women Empowerment Projects.

The following are some of the past and recent key projects we have been contracted to carry out in partnership with various international organizations in Kenya:

Community Rehabilitation Data Management System

cd-crdms-coverImplementing Organization: Handicap International (HI)
Project Category: IT
Year: 2015
Kenya Projects Organization (KENPRO) was mandated by Handicap International (HI) to develop a secure database management information system that can manage and store large amount of data related to Community Rehabilitation Projects in Dadaab and Kakuma refugees camps in Kenya. The scope of the project included the following: a) Designing and developing the database management system, b) installing the system in Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps, c) training the administrators (data clerks) and other users of the system and d) providing all tools, training, testing and maintenance necessary for the effective use of the system. Read More…

Mburutani Water and Environmental Conservation Project

mburutani-wellImplementing Organization: Kenya Projects Organization
Partner Organization: Eetu Aombe Self Help Group
Project Category: Water
Year: 2015
Mburutani Water and Environmental Conservation Project (MWECP) aimed at addressing two key problems facing the people of Mburutani Village in dry Mbeere South Sub-county in Embu: a) Constant droughts that lead to both human and animal starvation and b) Gradual environmental degradation. The primary methods for achieving these objectives included digging an earth dam and acquisition of rain water tanks. The impact of implementing the project was immediately felt by the pilot women self help group members and their immediate and mediate family members. Many hours spent previously looking for water were drastically reduced, hours spent in farm increased, better nutrition status gained, animals milk production increased, environment improved, house income increased and general quality of life improved.

A Systematic Review of Literature on Education of Youth and Women in Somalia

Project Category: Research
Year: 2014
Kenya Projects organization was given the task of conducting a systematic review of the related literature on education of Youth and Women in Somalia based on secondary data collected from secondary sources. The scope of the task included conducting a systematic review based on the following areas: 1) State of literacy among youth and women in Somalia, 2. Factors affecting youth and women literacy programmes in Somalia, 3) Education programmes implemented in Somalia since 2000, 4) Development agencies providing literacy programmes in Somalia, 5) Training needs assessment of the Development agencies, 6) Policies, strategic plans and yearly plans from the Ministries of Education in Mogadishu, Somaliland and Puntland.

Needs Assessment Survey of Persons with Disabilities in Dadaab Refugee Camp, Kenya

pwd-dadaab-photo-2014Implementing Organization: Lutheran World Federation (LWF)
Project Category: Research (Baseline Survey)
Year: 2014
Description: Kenya Projects Organization  was mandate by Lutheran World Federation, Kenya-Djibout sub-program to conduct a baseline survey to assess the needs of Persons with Disabilities living in Hagadera and Kambioos refugee Camps in Daadab, Kenya. The survey was guided by the following specific objectives: i) To establish the specific needs for PWDs in relation to access to health services in the Camp; ii) To assess the major education needs of PWDs living in the Camp; iii) To establish the specific needs for PWDs in relation to access to psycho-social services in the Camp and iv) To assess the major livelihood needs of PWDs living in the Camp. The survey adopted a blended research approach, involving both quantitative and qualitative research paradigms. The sample consisted of three hundred and fifty one (351) PWDs, fifty four (54) members of Focus Groups and eight (8) Key Informants. In total, there were four hundred and thirteen (413) respondents. The survey used various tools of data collection, namely Questionnaire, Interview and Focus Group Discussion guides. The Questionnaire was used to collect quantitative data from PWDs. Interview guide was used to collect qualitative data from the Key Informants representing various partner agencies in Dadaab. FGD guide was also used to collect qualitative data from the Community Based Rehabilitation members, Special Needs Education Committee and Special Needs Education teachers. The collected data were analyzed using both quantitative and qualitative data analysis approaches. Statistical applications (SPSS), word processing (MS Word) and spread sheet (MS Excel) were used in processing the data. Read More…

Project Planning and Management Training for Youth in Kenya

project-management-training-dadaab-photo2-2015Implementing Organization: Refugee Education Trust (RET)
Project Category: Training
Year: 2014
Kenya Projects Organization (KENPRO) was mandated by Refugee Education Trust (RET) to offer a three day training on project planning and management to a group of thirty youth in Dadaab Refugee Complex. The training covered various components of Project Planning and Management including project planning, resource mobilization, project implementation and project evaluation. The participatory approach was used in training. This included group discussion activity oriented method and presentation approach. The group discussion method was meant to help the participants to articulate and examine learning in light of their own past experiences. Read More…

Small Claims Court Research in Kenya

community-justice-system-kenyaImplementing Organization: Legal Resource Foundation (LRF)
Project Category: Research (Data Analysis)
Year: 2010
In 2010, Legal Resources Foundation sought consultancy services to carry out data analysis for Small Claims Court research to inform the drafting of Small Claims Bill in Kenya. The consultancy guidelines included data cleaning, data coding using SPSS, quantitative data analysis, and report writing.

Ongata Rongai Environmental Health Initiative (OREHI) Project
Implementing Organization: Kenya Projects Organization (KENPRO)
Project Category: Environment
Year: 2016 (ongoing)

Ongata Rongai Environmental Health Initiative (OREHI) project was proposed with an aim of providing a roadmap to sustainable solid waste management in Ongata Rongai Township in Kenya. The specific objectives of the proposed program are to: 1) To mobilize key solid waste management partners; 2) To engage in regular community outreach clean up activities, 3) To promote public awareness programmes on sound solid waste management practices in partnership with county council and the institutions of learning among other stakeholders.This project is build upon the tenets of Participatory Learning in Action (PLA) which promotes learning through participatory action. Community participation forms the core component of this project. When full implemented, this project is expected to: promote environmental awareness in the community; help in creating positive attitude towards maintaining clean environment; compliment the services rendered by the county council; maintain healthy flora and fauna and promote unity among leaders and the community.

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