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Lerne Adams Foundation (LAF) is an indigenous Kenyan NGO registered as non-political and non-profit organization. The organization is registered under Kenyan laws as a foundation instituted, staffed, and managed by group of professionals. The organization has its base in Kisumu and works with communities living around L.Victoria region. The organization was officially strengthened and founded in January 2016 and has now taken up the challenges of articulation and contribution to the country’s development priority agenda.


Sustainable development for the marginalized through integrated environmental and one health approach while focusing on equity and human dignity


To maximise productivity and self-reliance among the rural communities by availing opportunities for resource poor households through improved access to human development opportunities.

                  OUR VALUES


We are the inertia that starts the movement, but through empowerment, long lasting sustainable change occurs. We believe in self-sufficient, reliant, holistic development.

Holistic Health:

We garden for life, not just a living. Everything we do centers on building health and the environment, naturally.


We are creators, leaders, and self-starters. We try new things, continuously learn, challenge convention, and we’re not afraid to fail.

World Changers:

We hate poverty and will never settle. Everyone should have the opportunity to thrive. Together, we all can join the movement that eradicates poverty.


Togetherness, partnering with everyone contributing. We can’t do this alone.


We are genuine to our brand, purpose and value. We’re not perfect, and we don’t pretend to be. We are always transparent and do the right thing – even when no one is looking.

We spare no effort in offering livelihood transformation.

Every day, our team of professionals ensures better lives for the communities living around Lake Victoria region by focusing on Green Growth ,Education & Youth mentorship, Community health & sanitation, Food security & Nutrition and Water infrastructure development.