UPDATE: COMMUNITIES LEADING SOCIAL CHANGE

Traditionally, community development work has been left to institutions. The community members have resigned themselves as the beneficiaries and not as active players in projects addressing their own challenges. This has led to these institutions,  the government included, starting initiatives that are either not relevant to the community or sustainable. This is mainly because they are not owned by the communityTatua Kenya’s  fellowship program is creating an opportunity for community leaders to learn and apply community engagement methodology in their communities. The leaders through constant coaching by Tatua staff work with the community to create a structure that allows the community to create social change.

Dumpsite at Mukuru kwa Njenga's boundary with Mukuru kwa Reuben and Lunga Lunga slums
Dumpsite at Mukuru kwa Njenga’s boundary with Mukuru kwa Reuben and Lunga Lunga slums

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