Animal Welfare and Sustainable Livelihoods
Development

Turkana County has four main livelihood zones; pastoral-all species (60%), agro pastoral (20%), the riverine of Turkwel and Kerio, fishing (12%) and formal employment/casual waged labor/business (8%).

In recent decades, however, as prolonged drought and climate change have impacted environmental resources, pastoralism alone has not been enough to sustain families’ needs. Households have to turn to diversified income sources for economic growth and food security.

GIZ-DRPII-Kenya Project -Flood Based Livelihoods Systems (FBLS) to

This project was funded by GIZ for a period of 10 Months (September 2019-June 2020) for KSH 5,037,602.

Enhancing donkey resilience and welfare among...

This is an omgoing project that is funded by The Brooke East Africa for a period of 12 Months(2020-2021) for KSH 9,221,420.

GIZ-TCF-Kenya Project- The overall goal ...

This project was funded by GIZ for a period of 8 Months (January-August 2019) for KSH 5,498,541

Capacity Building and Local Fundraising Strategy

This project is an ongoing project funded by USAID/AGA KHAN FOUNDATION(YETU) for a period of 8 months.

Human Security & Livelihoods Project

This project was funded by GIZ for a period of 8 Months (January-August 2019) for KSH 5,498,541

Turkana Livestock Market Strengthening Project

This was funded by the Lutheran World Relief for a period of 3 Months Pilot Project (July-Sept 2016) for KSH 1,202,600

Food Security Through Irrigation Rehabilitation and Expansion

This project was funded by US-ADF for a period of 36 Months (2012-2015) for KSH 40,000,000