Umande is currently supporting the Walk, Run, and Dance initiative, which enables youth in Kisumu, Nakuru, Nairobi, and Embu to work together and with local leaders to enact positive change in their communities.
Umande has in the past developed a training program to assist capacity builders in developing training and educational programs on the Right to Water and Sanitation (RTWS) and how it can be promoted and worked on in more practical ways.
In January 2014, Umande Trust conducted a survey on water, hygiene, and sanitation (WASH) in the KwaNjenga area of Mukuru, an informal settlement in Nairobi. Access to safe, reliable, and affordable drinking water is a struggle for many residents of Kenya... read more
Implemented by Umande Trust and KEPSA, and funded by the European Union through Oxfam, the CEADJ program aimed to empower communities to engage with local leaders and demand protection of their rights.
Supported by the European Union and long-time Umande partners SustainableEnergy, the Inter-ethnic Dialogue and Peace Project aims to break down prejudices, encourage dialogue, and provide the right tools to citizens and youth in Kibera.
The Kibera Environment Initiative intends to enlighten community members to actively participate in environmental improvement and local governance issues, ensuring that resources are allocated for environmental improvement projects.
This project aims at establishing collaboration and partnerships between youth community-based organizations (CBOs) and reputable NGOsto form environment campaigns targeting youth in Mali, Burkina Faso, Kenya, and Mozambique.