AAIK Programs in Baringo County
DANIDA Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) 2
This is the second phase of this partnership that is funded by DANIDA through ActionAid Denmark from January 2022 to December 2025.
OVERALL OBJECTIVE: Young people, especially women, and marginalised people enjoy fundamental rights through improved access to well-resourced programmes and public services, improved sustainable livelihoods, protection from and resilience to shocks, disasters, and protracted crisis in 5 arid and semi-arid counties.
ASSUMPTIONS: AAIK and local partners promote dialogue between young people’s movements and duty bearers to advance young people’s priorities (IO2) and support young people with the capacity and tools to analyze and define their priorities and the ability to gather evidence for advocacy (IO3), then young people will have the capacity to keep governments accountable (LTO1) and the ability to participate in decision making (LTO2).
Gender responsive alternatives for adaption to climate change project.
Gender responsive alternatives for adaption to climate change project is funded by the DFAT Gender Action Platform and Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) in Baringo County, Tangulbei local rights Programme since 2017 now in the 3rd phase. The project is being implemented in Kenya, Vanuatu and Cambodia and included ActionAid in all these countries, AA International, Huairou Commission and Monash University Gender Peace and Security Unit. Research conducted by Monash University developed a Gender Responsive framework to guide the project’s implementation with four main pillars.
The project is aimed at strengthening women’s capacity in resilience building, strengthening women led protection mechanisms, modelling community climate resilient livelihood systems and engaging duty bearers on the sectors mentioned above with Baringo County Government and the national government.
Objectives of the project:
- Women and institutions have enhanced capacity and systems for sustainable livelihoods and climate change adaptation including the recognition and documentation of their own knowledge.
- Women and their organizations obtain resources, make decisions, and claim spaces by transforming institutions including protection plans.
- Women take collective action to influence policy and planning at local, national, and global levels.