In Kenya, society looks down on former prison inmates. But, RODI Kenya has been offering re-integration support to former prisoners since 1995. The reintegration support includes additional skills building, material support to engage in income generating activities as well as
Bio-fertilizers: Bokashi contributes to improved food production.
As alternatives to chemical fertilisers and pesticides, we train prisoners, small holder farmers and stakeholders in production and use of Biofertilizers such as Bokashi. Watch the story of Nderitu, one of our project beneficiaries, from Nyeri as featured on Reuters.
Centre for Holistic Education and Agro-ecology
On 24th October 2019, RODI launched the Centre for Holistic Education and Agro-ecology (CHEA) to serve as the main campus where various forms of training to be offered will be coordinated. The launch was presided over by Dr -Annette Massmann.
Focus on the agricultural sector- fiscal budget for the year 2020/21
Watch Kass TV interview with Esther Bett, Programme manager, RODI Kenya talking about our work in food security, health, and crime prevention. Currently, RODI is working in 15 counties in Kenya targeting small scale farmers, prisoners, police and school-going children.
World Environmental Day 2020
We are part and parcel of the environment. If we do something good to the environment, we are doing something good for ourselves. ” Eliud Ngunjiri, Executive Director – RODI Kenya