Turkana which was facing destruction from the construction of the Gibe III dam and other pstream developments on the Omo-Turkana basin, whose impacts would destroy lake Turkana, the peoples livelihoods and our national heritage, which would exacerbate conflicts, increase food security and
irreversibly destroy critical ecosystems.
Provide for Women-led Community Advocacy
- Increase women voices in critical socio-economic, and ecological decisions
- Identify and nurture women leadership
- Safeguard girls rights
Defend Land, Territory and Environmental rights
- Advocate for pastoralists land and grazing rights
- Promote just energy solutions
- Demand FPIC in any projects and development processes within the territory.
Defend Lake Turkana and its ecosystem
- Advocate against destructive projects along the Omo-Turkana basin
- Strengthen capacity of fisherfolk and Beach management units on sustainable fisheries
- Advocate for participatory management plan
Demand participation of communities in budgetary and development processes
- Strengthen capacity of legislative institutions to ensure oversight
- Support communities in developing and monitoring development and budgetary projects
- Establish and operationalize community radio
- Outreach & Advocacy
- Creative expression
- Legislative advocacy -through County assembly
- Movement and coalition building to increase impact and collective action across multiple issues
As we aspire to foster the participation of our community, we are alive to the fact that we do not exist in a vacuum, but alongside other exceptional organizations and individuals committed to championing for the rights of their communities. We work alongside these organizations and individuals in alliances and partnerships that allow for cross-learning, community exchanges and strategic partnerships that amplify indigenous community voices nationally and globally.