Our Projects

Enhancing the Sustainability of the Horticultural Sector in East & Southern Africa Project

With the support from Hivos, Ufadhili Trust implemented a project aimed at enhancing sustainability of the horticulture sector in Eastern & Southern Africa. The project aimed at improving the livelihoods of workers in the horticulture sector through gender inclusive Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

The project was part of the  Hivos ‘Women@Work Campaign’ which was being implemented in eight countries namely; Kenya,Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Private Sector and Child Rights Project

This Project aimed at working with the private sector in East Africa to address Children Rights with emphasize on the impact of parent migration on children.The project was supported by Save the Children.

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Extractives, Oil & Gas Work

Ufadhili’s  goal in working with the  in the extractives/oil & gas  promoting sound management of these resources and mitigating negative socio-economic, political and environmental impacts.

The Coffee Livelihood Project

Ufadhili’s coffee project was initiated to address the historical and economic social injustice faced by small scale coffee farmers along the value chain by encouraging socially responsible practices by all stakeholders within the sector. The aim of the project is ensure the long-term sustainability of the sector through responsible value chain management.

An Initiative on the Organizational Sustainability for Civil Society/NGOs

Supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) through the Amkeni Wakenya facility; the initiative aimed at developing the skills and managerial capacity of civil society/non-governmental organizations in Kenya to enhance their organizational sustainability with a bias towards enhanced financial sustainability.


The Ajibika Campaign

'Ajibika’ is derived from the Kiswahili word ‘Wajibika’ which means, to be responsible or taking responsibility for one’s actions. This campaign was preceded by the Citizens Assembly Initiative

Lake Victoria Rights Project

Lake Victoria Rights Project aimed at strengthening the economic wellbeing of the community groups living around the Lake Victoria region. The project was being implemented in five sites around the Lake; Mfangano Island, Osiri and Sio Port in Kenya, Ukerewe Island in Tanzania and Ssese Island in Uganda.

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