Women and Girl child Empowerment Projects
Projects seeks to improve participation of young women and girls in leadership, employment and income generation for impact on family livelihoods.
Early Childhood Development Programmes
Educating children saves lives and builds stronger families, communities and economies. An educated child population increases a country's productivity
Environmental Conservation and Climate Change Mitigation
Projects that are geared towards environmental conservation as well as enhancing the adaptive capacity of communities to climate change.
Projects targeting the Marginalized Persons and Persons with Disability in the Community
Projects targeting the Marginalized Persons and Persons with Disability in the Community – Projects aimed at mainstreaming issues of the disabled in the provision of social services.
Peacebuilding and sustainability
The organization involves the local community in peacebuilding, conflict mitigation, early warning responses, peace forums, reconciliation, intra and inter community dialogue, healing and justice. This is one of the most successful programmes within Lerne Adams Foundation. There are many success stories involving partnership within the counties.
Community health and sanitation
Working from a background of highest prevalence HiV and communicable diseases, We seek to promote public health by working with people in local contexts to raise awareness and build understanding about the health challenges that most affect their lives. Our work in this area covers a wide range of topics including behavioural changes amongst the youth and predisposed group including women trading around the L.Victoria beaches.
Water & Infrastructure development
Despite living in close proximity to Lake Victoria, 3 out of 10 members of the communities living in this region do not have access to clean and safe drinking water from improved drinking water sources. Lerne Adams Foundation has therefore prioritised access to safe drinking water by collaborating with development partners and communities in exploring and implementing various approaches including spring water, boreholes, shallow wells, rain water collection. Our priorities are set towards reducing the number of hours spent by women looking for water as well as water-borne diseases associated with consumption of dirty water.