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Services for Children in Public Early Childhood Development Programmes and in Primary Schools

Lerne Adams Foundation (LAF) seeks to nurture youth to build livelihoods through acquiring skills, broadening their social networks and investing in interests. Our work responds to the high level of youth unemployment in communities living around Lake Victoria. Our approach is designed to tackle mushrooming youth challenges including indulgence in drug abuse, prostitution,gambling and crime. Our programs are therefore tailored to employ youth friendly approaches in disseminating positive influence and nurturing career ambitions. Key areas of interest that we focus include nurturing talents through events (boat racing music, dance, conventional sports, cycling) and networking in earlier careers pathway to livelihoods through the acquisition of new learning and networking.

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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.

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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.

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Innovative projects that seek to improve the wellbeing of local communities

Projects that are geared towards environmental conservation as well as enhancing the adaptive capacity of communities to climate change.

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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.

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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.