Agency for Cross Border Pastoralists Development (APaD) is a national Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that was formed and registered in 2002 as a CBO and later transitioned to a NGO in 2019, with its headquarters in Lodwar, Turkana County. It implements programs in Turkana and West Pokot Counties and across the Ethiopian, Ugandan and South Sudan borders.
APAD is an indigenous organization supported by the community, government and other stakeholders. We have a clear governance structure and financial systems that is driven by synergy, effective coordination and transparency.
APaD has a clear governance structure and efficient financial systems
APAD is an indigenous organization supported by the community, government and other stakeholders
The organization has a chart of accounts and systems to support finance functions
The organization has an institutional structure that is driven by synergy, effective coordination and transparency
The main objective of APaD is to promote peace building and conflict resolution; relief of poverty, effective local governance, environmental conservation and food security amongst the pastoralist communities of Turkana County in Kenya generally and in the cross-border regions of Ethiopia, South Sudan and Northern Uganda