AAIK Programs in Kisumu County
Local Rights Programs
Local Rights Program (LRP) is an approach through which ActionAid International Kenya funds projects and programmes in a locality. The core strategy for the LRPs is working in partnerships to eradicate poverty.
This partnership involves the local community-based and non-governmental organizations, women, girls, men, and boys in poor and excluded communities, the traditional leadership, local and national government officials, parastatals, the private sector, and any development actors already working in, or willing to work in the LRP. All the above put in concerted efforts to ensure that poor and marginalized people secure sustained improvement in the quality of their lives, through promoting access to basic rights and services.
Education For Life Project (EFL)
The project under the leave no girl behind funding window by Girl’s education challenge (UKAID) has been working in five counties (Kisumu, Garissa, Kilifi, Migori and Isiolo) in partnership with Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO) Kenya and Leonard Cheshire (LC) to bring about accelerated literacy and numeracy outcomes, life skills for the most marginalized Out of School Girls (OOSG) by transforming their educational and vocational attainment and lives. More specifically, the EfL project work with severely marginalized girls (5,000) and boys (500) aged 10–19 and distributed as 70% never enrolled in school; 30% having had some interface with the formal school system but dropped out without gaining basic education and 30% with disability.